Imagine sleeping in a historic farmhouse where Civil War soldiers may have walked off the beaten path. Add a country store that looks like time stood still. And a barn from the 1600's, converted to a restaurant that specializes in farm to table with their homestyle recipes. Welcome to Hickory Bridge Farm Restaurant - Bed And Breakfast in Gettysburg, PA.
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The Hickory Bridge Farm Restaurant - Bed And Breakfast is in Orrtanna, PA and just minutes from Gettysburg. The farms history dates back to the 1600's. Throughout the years, the property has changed owners. But, in 1977, the Hammett's purchased the farm and planned to serve family style dinners. The Hammett's were no stranger to the hospitality industry, as they had just sold the Fairfield Inn, which is a few minutes down the road. Their warm hospitality continues today with their daughter, Mary Lynn and her family.
Hickory Bridge Farm Restaurant is a historical barn that has been converted to an amazing place to have lunch or dinner. With a beautiful backdrop on the outside, the inside is surrounded by antiques from years past. And an event space that specializes in large gatherings, rehearsals, and weddings.
The menu changes weekly, but are always serving recipes from Mary Lynn and her mother, Nancy. Reservations are always recommended!
Don't forget to stop into the Country store. There are some amazing goodies for purchase and old treasures to be admired!
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The Hickory Bridge Farm Bed And Breakfast consists of three different options. There are Country Cottages which have King size beds. They are located down the street. The Farmhouse Guestrooms, which are located within the farmhouse have king size beds too.
We had the pleasure of staying in the Farmhouse Suite. Perfect for families, the suite consists of 2 bedrooms, a bathroom, and and a drink station as soon as you enter. Beautiful furnishings and ample space!
Breakfast is served in the original part of the farmhouse. You can dine in the native kitchen of the home.
Or in the formal dining room with a beautiful fireplace to admire
But the highlight, of the morning, is Mary Lynn's country breakfast!
You can take a tour or drive the Battlefields of Gettysburg.
Explore the town during the day. Then take a ghost tour at night.
or even make a friend!
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When you decide to visit Gettysburg, PA, it should start with Hickory Bridge Farm Restaurant - Bed And Breakfast.
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A special thank you to Mary Lynn and her staff for an amazing visit...we will be back!
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