At home in the heart of history…
At Herr Ridge we take tremendous pride in preserving the history of Gettysburg with the flare of modern conveniences.
Centrally located in scenic Gettysburg, our property offers something for everyone during every season. Our dedicated staff is committed to delivering exceptional and dependable service to every guest. Whether you are visiting our Inn or boutique hotel for business or leisure, we offer world-class amenities to make your stay memorable.
Herr Ridge provides several on-site dining experiences including our fine dining atmosphere and our Bar and Grille at Sharpshooters. Also on site is our award-winning wine cellar with over 6,000 highly rated domestic and international wines.
Enjoy the spectacular, panoramic view of the Battlefields at Gettysburg from The Rooftop Terrace. The Rooftop is an excellent place to enjoy a full service, intimate dining experience with family, friends, and loved ones.
We look forward to hosting you during your visit in Gettysburg.
Ghost hunting also plays a large factor in the experience of Gettysburg. Paranormal activity at the Inn has been quantified by those who investigate hauntings, and the Inn at
Herr Ridge has been featured on SyFy's Haunted Collector paranormal series in 2013. The episode featured an investigation into paranormal events witnessed by staff and customers.
Inn at Herr Ridge was listed on Destination Gettysburg's website as one of the Seven Haunted Restaurants You Need to Visit in Gettysburg.
A first-hand ghost encounter could be yours. Rooms located in the original building contain diaries in which guests have documented ghost encounters. Reserve your room today for your own Ghosts of Gettysburg encounter.
Herr Ridge offers more than a night away in a beautiful, comfortable bed and breakfast, but is an excellent place to begin your journey in learning the history of Gettysburg. Established in 1815, the property functioned as a local tavern until 1828 when it was purchased by Frederick Herr. Herr also ran the property as a tavern and lodging for travelers. Additionally, Herr Tavern was a major stop in the Underground Railroad. The property played a pivotal role in helping slaves to escape. Later, the tranquility of rural Gettysburg was shattered by the Civil War. The Battle of Gettysburg was played out in the fields surrounding Herr Tavern. During the Civil War the tavern functioned as the first confederate hospital. In the main, historic building of the property, Rooms 1, 2 and 3 were the surgical rooms during the war.
Frederick Herr owned the tavern until his death in 1868. After his death, the tavern was sold to the Reading family. The building was subsequently bought and sold over the years, eventually being used as a farm in the early 1900s. In 1977, Steven Wolf purchased and restored the property into a lodging and dining facility for both locals and travelers.
Throughout history Gettysburg has been a central location for a wide range of travelers. Even today, Herr Ridge remains central to major cities on the East Coast. Make Herr Ridge a destination on your East Coast vacation, part of a family day trip, or just a nice evening out!
~ Frederick, MD - 50 minutes (38 miles)
~ Harrisburg, PA - 50 minutes (39 miles)
~ Baltimore, MD - 1 hour 30 minutes (60 miles)
~ Washington D.C. - 1 hour 50 minutes (87 miles)
~ Philadelphia, PA - 2 hours 30 minutes (142 miles)
"This place has evolved into a really extraordinary culinary experience. Just wonderful, wonderful. The history of the place speaks for itself and the food is every bit up to the measure of the history."
- Sarah R, Gettysburg, PA
"We stayed at the Inn and at dinner time, decided to try their restaurant. Probably one of the best decisions we could have made. The food was out of this world and the service superb! Everything was perfect and fresh (they pride themselves on using locally produced food items to ensure freshness). The restaurant was one of the best places we have ever eaten at. This place is a GEM."
- Greg P, Bridgeton, New Jersey
Inn at Herr Ridge
900 Chambersburg Road
Gettysburg PA 17325
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Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence
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Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence
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TripAdvisor Greenleaders Award - Gold Level
The TripAdvisor GreenLeaders Program identifies hotels and B&Bs that are committed to green practices like recycling, water efficiency and alternative energy. Herr Ridge has been rated at the gold level for:
- Having linen and towel re-use plans
- Tracking energy usage on a regular basis
- Using energy efficient light-bulbs
- Educating staff and guests on green practices
Bedandbreakfast.com Diamond Collection
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AAA Diamond Rated
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Susquehanna Magazine’s Silver Spoon Award