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- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children not allowed
Max guests: 7
Minimum age of primary renter: 25 - 2525
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Lifetime Civil War enthusiasts that have been going to Gettysburg for over 30 years. For our vacation home, we wanted to provide our valued guests the same thing we look for in a home in this historic town---character, ambiance of everything Civil War, including the distinguished bronze plaque confirming this home stood at this exact location during the battle.
Why Frank chose Gettysburg
Two blocks from Lincoln Square in downtown Gettysburg. Original structure Civil War furnishings throughout Owned by famous families of Gettysburg Owned by a Pennsylvania soldier from the 87th Pa. Vols Old charm character throughout the house PLEASE READ THESE 10 VERY IMPORTANT HOUSE RULES 1) Be sure to observe timetables--when you arrive, enjoy the beginning of a phenomenal stay at Gettysburg: when you leave, have a safe travel home; 2) Make sure you avail yourself to all the amenities the Manor has to offer to ensure your comfort and relaxation; 3) Sleep in: and if you can't, give it a serious second thought; 4) We have no landline phone on the premises, and as such you are in charge of all phone interruptions to your vacation; 5) Have lunch for breakfast if you want; 6) If having a good time during the day, carry that to a "great" time in the evening; 7) Take a nap, read a book , watch a movie or, if you can't do any one of these, do them all; 8) Never skimp on memories--photos of your friends and family are essential; 9) Allow yourself sufficient to leave 1863 so as to allow enough time to acclimate to 2020 and, finally; 10) Although you might not think it possible, look forward to your next stay in Gettysburg as surpassing the joy of this one! © Copyright 2020 by Historic York Street Manor .
What makes this Estate unique
Pictured in a famous book of original photographs taken after the battle from a viewpoint on Cemetery Hill, this house can be seen as it stood during the cannon explosions and rifle fire during the 3-day battle. Over this terrain, the Louisiana Tigers pursued Federal Troops through town and eventually to Cemetery Hill. As Costner's men retreated, many Union soldiers hid in these homes to avoid capture. Pictured in "Historic Architecture of Adams County Pennsylvania, Book 2 by James J. Fritz in a 4-page layout and Honorable Mention. Also in an historical fiction work entitle "Civil War Time Travel."