Casa del Vino Wine dinners are offered every Friday with regional themes changing monthly. We will highlight the cuisine and wine with our five course dinner and pairing. The theme for February is France. Click here for more information and the menu.
Celebrate Love all February Long!
Valentines Celebration Package 2017 includes:
• A One Night Stay in our Select Registry Bed and Breakfast
• A Bottle of our finest Sparkling Wine
• Chocolate Covered Strawberries
• Elegant 5 Course Dinner for Two
Price: $299 (Add a second night for only $100.00!)
Can't get away on Valentines day? Our special is available all month long!
If you cant stay with us, join us for a romantic 5 course dinner for two.
Call (717) 334-4332 or (800) 362-9849 to make your reservations today!
We had a great Member Expo with Destination Gettysburg on December 1!
--December 31, 2016--
$80 per person
With Wine Pairings $120.00
Watercress, Iberian Bacon, Panko
Crab and Corn Chowder
Mixed Baby Greens
Candied Walnuts, Gorgonzola, Raspberry Vinaigrette
Sous-Vide Pork Belly
Baked Black eyed Peas, Rainbow Chard
Black Cod “Aqua Pazzo”
Braised Fennel, Capers, Tomato Shallot Con8t
Nine –Hour Braised Beef Short Rib
Sa;ron Risotto, Root Vegetables, Stella Cherry Demi-Glace
Pan Seared Scallops & Shrimp
Basil Oil, Caviar Cream Sherry
Tiramisu alla Veneto
On December 31, 2016, Spend New Year's Eve in Gettysburg! The New Years on the Ridge package includes...
Double Occupancy Only
A glimpse of our Grand Buffet for Thanksgiving.
The Inns of the Gettysburg Area, a fourteen member bed and breakfast organization of some of the finest lodging properties in Gettysburg, are proud to announce a history event with Colonel Joshua Chamberlain and Mrs. Fannie Chamberlain as presenters.
On Saturday, November 12, 2016, guests of the participating inns are invited to join Colonel and Mrs. Chamberlain for lunch at the Dobbin House, beginning at 11:30 a.m., followed by a presentation and then a battlefield walk led by members of the Confederation of Union Generals, aka COUG.
Colonel and Mrs. Chamberlain are portrayed by Ted and Faye Chamberlain of Saint Joseph, Michigan who are members of the COUG group. Ted’s program last year on the topic of the 150th anniversary of the surrender at Appomattox was memorable and this year’s program with both Joshua and Fannie speaking will be equally informative. For the past twenty years Ted has indulged his lifetime love of American history by portraying his cousin, General Joshua Chamberlain, both of whom have enjoyed careers as soldier, clergyman, professor and businessman. Both Ted and Faye have completed graduate degrees and both share a passion for history told accurately and passionately.
Please view the participating bed and breakfasts at www.gettysburgbedandbreakfast.com. The cost for the luncheon program is $40 per person for adults; $30 for children. Ted and Faye are especially eager to pass on their passion to young people so children are encouraged to attend. A limited number of tickets are available to those not staying at a bed and breakfast. For more information please phone Eileen Hoover at the Lightner Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast, 717-337-9508.
Join us every Friday at 7:30 pm. Each month we visit a different region.
Includes a seven course dinner with wine pairings for $125 plus tax and gratuity.
~ Call (717) 334-4332 or (800) 362-9849 for reservations ~
There was good times and delicious food at Adams County's culinary showcase which took place on Sunday, April 3 at the Eisenhower Hotel & Conference Center in Gettysburg. www.tasteofgettysburg.org
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the National Park Services (NPS). The National Park Services is an agency of the United States Federal Government that manages all U.S. National Parks, many American nation monuments and other conservation and historical properties with various title designations.
On August 25, 2016, marks the 100th birthday of the National Park Service. The NPS starting with Yellowstone in 1872 there are now over 400 units in the National Park Service today. In celebration of the upcoming centennial, the National Park Foundation and the National Park Service kicked off the Find Your Park movement. This movement was developed to inspire all people to connect with, enjoy, as well as support America's national parks. We here at the Inn at Herr Ridge are excited to be part of the celebration here in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. We extend a warm welcome to all to come and stay with us and help us celebrate the centennial as well as the support for the movement. You can log onto FindYourPark.com or by using #FindYourPark on social media. We invite you to come celebrate, discover and make new connections with the national parks, and its programs that are in you own backyard and celebrate our second century of stewardship!
Stewardship goals in parks often require funding or elbow grease to address long-term preservation needs, for example Gettysburg needs planning for better trails in the parks, as well as projects that address over-use at Little Round Top. These are two of the legacy projects that need working on as do several others:
Preparations have long been underway for this year's Easter Brunch event at the Inn at Herr Ridge in Gettysburg, PA on March 27, 2016.
Easter Brunch is your opportunity to enjoy a wonderful family dining experience in one of our beautiful dining rooms. A spectacular Easter Brunch is being served from 11am until 3pm Easter Sunday.
Enjoy breakfast specialties, featuring Grand Marnier French Toast, Croque Monsieur, and Lox & Bagels. As well as, tasty lunch entrees and plenty of delicious smoothies to pick from.
The last several years The Inn At Herr Ridge Easter Brunch has been one of the top favorites in Gettysburg, Pa. to spend your Easter Holiday with.
Call 717-334-4332 to make your Easter reservations today.
We look forward to making you Easter Holiday a very special!
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The historic Inn At Herr Ridge, Gettysburg Pa was recently announced by the Susquehanna Style Magazine as a " Silver Spoon Award" winner for 2015, chosen annually by the magazine. The restaurant has been recognized for the past several years.
"We are honored by Susquehanna Style to have been chosen again this year. I'm proud of this award, " said chef Ray Tappendorf.
Stop by soon and see what all the fuss is about!
...Forks have been driven into the floorboards and sometimes forced into the old wooden tables. Chefs have heard trays crash with no mess (or person) to be found, and bartenders hurry to serve a large lifelike figure at the end of the... read more from the article featuring Inn at Herr Ridge on roadtogettysburg.com