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The Inn at Lincoln Square
in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

AT THE HEART OF HISTORY IN GETTYSBURG
You've reached the stepping off point for a completely unique vacation experience. Located on Lincoln Square in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, our exclusive location offers a unique overnight experience. One of the best places to stay in Gettysburg, our hotel's historic suites, updated with self-catering units, allow you to get the most out of your visit.

The Inn at Lincoln Square provides you with the choice of staying in one of five luxurious living quarters; there are three suites, each with a unique personality, and two townhouses. Each spacious unit is beautifully furnished with dark woods, warm textures, and original local art in addition to kitchen facilities, a private bath, and one parking space per unit. A cozy courtyard adorned with mature boxwoods and evergreens provides a space for solitude and reflection, making our destination one of the best places to stay in Gettysburg. The Inn at Lincoln Square provides the balance of being in the midst of activity while offering a peaceful haven you can retreat to.

Accommodations

Accommodations

The Inn at Lincoln Square offers an array of amenities to enhace you stay in our Gettysburg accommodations.

Specials

Specials

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Things To Do

Things To Do

Gettysburg and the surrounds area offer activities and attractions for everyone. Come and see what it's all about.

Dining

Dining

Gettysburg has many different dining options, and they offer something for every palate. Come try the amazing food.

About the Inn at Lincoln Square

Immerse yourself in the culture of historic Gettysburg during your stay at the Inn at Lincoln Square. This one-of-a kind Civil War era property, is on the Historic Lincoln Square, and has one of the most beautifully decorated interiors any property in Gettysburg.

The Inn at Lincoln Square has a rich history of housing the beloved Danner family, as well as the first Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA). The Inn at Lincoln Square provides you with the distinct opportunity to stay in the heart of Gettysburg,  with all the modern amenities you require for a relaxing and pleasant stay. You'll be just one door removed from the historic David Wills House, and just steps from numerous shops and eateries, Gettysburg College, and the most crucial battlefields of the Civil War.

The Inn at Lincoln Square is tucked away in a quiet corner of Lincoln Square, the center of town occupied by the Confederate Army from July 1, 1863 through July 4, 1863. This stunning brick colonial (circa 1820), which has been beautifully maintained, is one of four original civil war buildings located on the square.

Explore the culture of historic Gettysburg

Immerse yourself in the culture of historic Gettysburg during your stay at the Inn at Lincoln Square, one of the most beautifully decorated interiors in Gettysburg. The Inn has a rich history of housing the beloved Danner family as well as the first Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA). The Inn at Lincoln Square provides you with the distinct opportunity to stay in the heart of Gettysburg, one door removed from the historic David Wills House and just steps from numerous shops and eateries, Gettysburg College, and the battlefields. The Inn is tucked away in a corner of Lincoln Square, the center of town occupied by the Rebel Army July 1–4, 1863. This stunning brick colonial (circa 1820), which has been beautifully maintained, is one of four original civil war buildings located on the square.

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Explore Historic Gettysburg

Gettysburg is, of course, the site of the battle that marked the turning point of the Civil War. Here, you can walk through fields where over 51,000 troops lost their lives. Explore Herr Ridge, Seminary Ridge, and Cemetery Ridge. Walk along the site of Pickett's Charge, on of the best known portions of the Gettysburg Battlfield. And, visit the platform where President Lincoln delivered the Gettysburg Address, months after the Union victory at the Battle of Gettysburg.

The city of Gettysburg plenty of places to visit besides those related to the Battle of Gettysburg. Downtown Gettysburg has a variety of boutiques, galleries, shops, and restaurants for you to enjoy. You can go on ghost tours of Gettysburg nightly. Or, you can simply enjoy a scenic drive through the Adams County countryside, where you'll discover rolling hills, farmlands, and any number of covered bridges. (Sachs Covered Bridge is one of the best know covered bridges in the area.

For more information on everything Gettysburg and the surrounding areas have to offer, give us a call. We'd love to hear from you!

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