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Gettysburg has many lodging offerings that have recently been revamped. For a boutique experience, check out the Federal Pointe Inn, an Ascend Hotel Collection member. This boutique hotel recently added the Carriage House. Featuring five historic hotel suites, the house is adorned with beautiful antiques that are reminders of the town’s past.


Visitors can easily walk to restaurants, museums and tours - all located within a two-mile radius of downtown Gettysburg. The Adams County Pour Tour is celebrating its one-year anniversary with six new beverage makers (including one that brews mead). The tour has a total of 21 stops within historic Gettysburg and its surrounding countryside.


Gettysburg’s culinary scene is fueled by flourishing agriculture throughout Adams County. Agritourism experiences feature the area’s farms and vineyards, where groups can get a taste of local cuisine.


New restaurants include Hoff, Fin & Fowl and the Upper Crust, both of which are located in downtown Gettysburg.


The Gateway Gettysburg complex, the city’s primary conference center, contains the Wyndham Gettysburg and the Courtyard Marriot Gettysburg. Combined, they offer 62,000-square feet of meeting space, two restau- rants and 400 guest rooms. In addition, the complex’s Gateway Theater seats 400 classroom-style and 200 for banquets.


In the heart of downtown, the historic Gettysburg Hotel is within walking distance of restaurants, shops and tasting rooms. Large events, ban- quets and keynotes can be hosted in its elegant Grand Ballroom, which features an original hand-painted ceiling and 19th-century chandeliers.


The hotel offers 8,200-square feet of flexible meeting space with addi- tional space available at the adjacent Majestic Theater and the Lincoln Train Station.


Outside the town, the 99-room Liberty Mountain Resort and Conference Center offers year-round activities, a spa, multiple dining options and over 22,000-square feet of meeting space. In winter, groups can ski, snowboard, snow tube and use the golf simulator. In warmer months, they can hike, swim, golf and play volleyball and horseshoes on the property.


Also outside of Gettysburg proper, and now under renovation, the Eisenhower Complex ranks as one of the largest and most comprehen- sive meeting and conference centers in the region, with 73,000-square feet of meeting space and 307 guest rooms.


Perched on a scenic 63-acre ridgeline, the Lodges of Gettysburg is 10 minutes from downtown. Indoor and outdoor venues include waterfront event space and 6,500-square feet of meeting space. Its 24 private lodges each sleep two to six guests, with 17 additional rooms.


Federal Pointe Inn, Gettysburg, PA; photo courtesy: Destination Gettysburg 6­ 0 May­z June­2019


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