The Inn is centrally located in the historic district of Gettysburg and within walking distance to attractions such as The Gettysburg Bus Tour Center, The Gettysburg National Cemetery, Jennie Wade House, and The American Civil War Museum. The Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitors Center is only 1 mile south. We provide 110 spacious guest rooms consisting of 2 double beds or a king size bed. Smoking and non-smoking rooms are available. Our King Feature rooms offer a microwave, refrigerator, and a garden tub with a whirlpool and Jacuzzi. The 1863 Inn of Gettysburg is a five story exterior corridor property in the heart of the Historic District of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Just five blocks from downtown Gettysburg, the Inn sits on the site of one of the major battles of the Civil War. Our goal at the 1863 Inn of Gettysburg is to make your stay an enjoyable one. Our experienced staff will be happy to assist you in planning your visit to our beautiful town and making that visit a memorable one. The 1863 Inn Of Gettysburg has available meeting and banquet facilities that can accommodate up to 300 people. Parking is available at no charge. Bus groups are welcome with bus parking provided free. The staff went out of their way to be very friendly and helpful. From the cleaning lady who helped me at the elevator to Carol who works in the restaurant.
This restored mill looks great from the road. Same thing close up. The York, Pa., Daily Record received a tour of this wedding venue and came up with this lineup of photographs showing this impressive place. Stone Mill 1792 is one of several wedding venues opening around York County. But York County isn’t in danger of having too many such venues, a YDR story states. The county, because of its central location, can draw brides-to-be from Baltimore and Philadelphia, as well as locally, a wedding planner told the YDR. Interesting. For centuries, York County’s location has been one of its greatest assets. See an additional photo of the stone mill’s interior – a vaulted room – below. Also of interest: York County has long been in the middle of things. Inside up to 50 guests, outside tented Lawn area up to 175 guests.
Located in the quaint village of Emigsville in South Central Pennsylvania, this skillfully restored 19th century mansion provides the perfect setting for gracious hospitality. The home is resplendent with exquisite leaded and stained glass windows, intricate molding, original parquet floors and elegant marble and tile work.
Built in 1850, The Emig Mansion is decorated with antiques and furnishings authentic to the period. It is the ideal location for weddings, receptions, private parties, gatherings, family reunions, seminars, and meetings.
Visitors to the Emig Mansion will first come upon the old-fashioned grace of a wrap-around front porch, complete with vintage furniture. The Victorian elegance of the porch overlooks a picturesque vintage pond and is accentuated by more than an acre of beautifully wooded grounds.
On the inside, the dining room stretches the entire width of the house with a distinctive rounded glass window in the front and a stained glass masterpiece at the back. The entire room is surrounded by hand-carved Phillipine mahogany. In between the two windows is an incredible table that seats twenty-five people comfortably on red velvet Victorian-style chairs. The Emig Dining Room is the perfect setting for everything from rehearsal dinners to family gatherings to private business meetings, lunches, and dinners.
Planning your wedding can be overwhelming, but taking the time to choose the right venue, caterer, photographer, DJ, and other vendors will help create an unforgettable experience for you and your guests. Consider these tips as you begin your search and learn from the experiences of other brides. Read More