Yes we have a famous battlefield to tour by car, bicycle, horseback, and even on foot but we boast a wealth of activities beyond those historic acres.
With adventures to suit every budget, Gettysburg and Adams County businesses offer plenty of packages to help visitors create their dream vacations.
The Altland House Inn & Suites features 10 recently renovated hotel rooms, all with either a king or queen bed in the room. All rooms have private baths and are appointed with traditional and contemporary furnishings. All rates include continental breakfast, on-site parking and wireless internet throughout.
The Altland House offers award-winning hospitality with a complete line of guest services including 10 beautiful recently renovated hotel rooms, two restaurants, a brewery, banquet facilities and offsite catering.
Enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner in a casual atmosphere featuring daily food and drink specials, head to the Center Square Brewing to enjoy live entertainment, or unwind outside with a cocktail on our covered porch.
Many dignitaries and celebrities including President Eisenhower, Billy Joel and Christy Brinkley have been guests at The Altland House. President Eisenhower was a frequent visitor dating back to World War I.
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Since 1954 the Haugh family of the Altland House has established a tradition of culinary excellence and gracious hospitality with now the third generations of Haughs running the operations. The family takes pride in the rich history of their restaurant and inn, but has also kept current with changing times. Today they see themselves as a place to enjoy fine food in a casual atmosphere.
The Altland House is the longest continuously open tavern in the county. A licensed tavern has stood at the corner of the square of Abbottstown since 1750. The inn, like the town, has also undergone many changes since colonial times. Purchased by Rueben Altland in 1880, the Altland House, as it then became known, flourished as an inn and tavern. The building was given its present facade in 1911. The Haugh family recently completed renovations which revived the late Victorian sense of style and comfort.