At the heart of history in 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 the 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.
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 town houses. 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. The Inn at Lincoln Square provides the balance of being in the midst of activity while offering a peaceful haven you can retreat to.
“A house that has once been a home never loses that ineffable charm, that elusive tenderness that appears to set it aside from that structure that is just a house…” B. F. MacPherson
We invite you to plan your Gettysburg vacation with the Inn at Lincoln Square.