Built ca. 1862 the Lightner Farmhouse served as a hospital for Union troops after the Battle of Gettysburg. The house is a graceful brick Federal-style building surrounded by nineteen acres of peaceful countryside. Guests can rock on the porch as the afternoon breeze wafts scents from the gardens. We have taken care to preserve the original character of the farmhouse including wide moldings random-plank floors and four fireplaces. Bedrooms are decorated in themes inspired by quilt designs each with a private bath containing hair dryers. A three-course country breakfast is served on individual oak tables in the dining room. Guests may use the Victorian parlor furnished in period antiques and filled with interesting reading material about the battle. The common room with exposed oak beams a brick floor and large walk-in fireplace serves as the gathering place in which our guests can relax. Games a television and videos are available for entertainment. The farmhouse has central air conditioning.
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