What it's like
A fashionable approach with rustic appeal, The Lodges at Gettysburg capture regional influence and an authentic Americana atmosphere. The main lodge is designed in a stone and wood style common of the Civil War era and looks down the hill to Hunter lake, complete with a dock and fully stocked with bass and other game fish. Each cabin is equipped with period art and other antiques, vaulted wood beam ceilings, a private back porch for sunset viewing (or sunrise if you're feeling ambitious) and a warming fireplace.
Where history and hospitality merge
Walking and cycling trails extend through 37 acres of woods. Not exactly a small touch, but access to an extra bit serenity in an already peaceful environment is definitely a nice touch.
Eat and drink
Offering a full bar of high quality liquors, beer and wine, Gloryridge Tavern is the on-site restaurant at the Lodges. While they don't serve traditional Johnnie Cakes, hardtack crackers, and salted pork, stop by and enjoy wonderful ambiance, lite fare, and a signature cocktails.
The Spa at The Lodges relaxation menu offer massage, couples massage, reflexology, a four-hands massage, mud wraps, facials, white sugar honey scrubs, and more.