The Fairfield Inn – Celebrating 256 Years

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With origins dating to 1757, The Fairfield Inn is one of America’s oldest, continuously operated Inns. The Inn offers all the refinement and charm one would expect from a small luxury hotel. Individually decorated bedrooms, spacious private bathrooms, and elegant, tastefully furnished suites and parlors invite you to relax. Proud to be Celebrating and Serving Fine Food & Wines to travelers and guests for over 256 years.

Built nineteen years before the Declaration of Independence, The Fairfield Inn was originally the Mansion House of Squire Miller, an original founder of the town. In the 256 years that have passed, the Mansion House has seen many famous Americans such as Patrick Henry, Thaddeus Stevens, Generals Robert E. Lee & J.E.B. Stuart, Baseball Hall of Famer Eddie Plank and Mamie Eisenhower.

When the Battle of Gettysburg was over, the Confederate Army retreated West through Fairfield, General Robert E. Lee and his officers rode right past the Inn. After touring the Battlefield, we invite you to retreat to our style of history and hospitality. Unwind in one of our luxurious suites or guest rooms. Sip hot spiced cider by one of our eight fireplaces or have a drink in Squire Miller’s Tavern. Enjoy seasonal specialties on our front porch or dine in the original Mansion House. From our famous Chicken & Biscuits to our Chef’s signature dishes featuring the finest hand cut steaks and fresh seafood, taste why over four centuries of fine service and culinary expertise make dining at The Fairfield Inn a deliciously unique experience.

Meet the Innkeeper

Come meet the 27th Innkeeper of the Historic Fairfield Inn, John G. Kramb.

John took over the reins of the Historic Fairfield Inn on April 17th, 2013 following a successful run as co-owner of the famous Adams County Winery in Orrtanna, Pennsylvania. In his 15 years as co-owner, John helped transform the small winery to one of the most popular in the state. The Fairfield Inn proudly serves Adams County Winery wines, many of which John helped craft. We invite you to try some with your next meal.

John has been active in the community by serving on the board of directors of both the Gettysburg-Adams Chamber of Commerce, the Gettysburg Convention and Visitors Bureau, and as President of the Gettysburg Rotary Club 2009-10).

“I intend to carry on a long tradition of providing superior lodging, excellent food, and preserving the historical nature of the Historic Fairfield Inn.”

 

Take the Tour

Underground Railrood Room

While visiting, take the Inn’s FREE History Tour which will transport you through time pointing out interesting sites such as where President & Mrs. Eisenhower enjoyed their dinners, you can see (or sleep) in the room General J.E.B. Stuart stayed in or where General Robert E. Lee ate, view the room where Statesman Patrick Henry (1736-99), famous for the quote: “Give me liberty or give me death” conducted meetings, as well as many other historically interesting sites and stories including the hidden Underground Railroad room. Travel back four centuries and Experience America…Then and Now!