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Fairfield Inn 1757 - Historic Dining


15 West Main Street

Fairfield, PA 17320





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One of Gettysburg's most historic restaurants is not in Gettysburg. It is the Historic Fairfield Inn, located just eight minutes West of Gettysburg. The Inn is one of America's five oldest continuously operating Inns. We have affordable group menus for a sit down, full service experience for your group, and enough parking for two motorcoaches. Innkeeper John gives a humorous and mostly accurate history of the Inn, and we can arrange for famous people to speak to your group. Among those people are General and Mrs. Lee, General and Mrs. Grant, President Lincoln, and Mamie Eisenhower. Why not make your trip extraordinary? Contact us at 717 642 5410, or by email at

Located just eight miles West of Gettysburg on Route 116 (the Confederate Retreat from Gettysburg, July 4, 1863), we offer fine food, and spirits. Formerly a Civil War Hospital, Colonial Meeting House, Stagecoach Stop, part of the Underground Railroad, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 

While visiting, take the Inn's FREE History tour which will transport you through time as you read the history of the Inn. In addition to our fine dining in a period setting, we also offer a Civil War era magic show on a reservation basis. Group dinners are welcome.

Call 717-642-5410 for reservations or questions.

Meeting Room Information

  • Room Count : 5
  • Total Square Feet : 663

Property Information

  • Guest Room Count : 6
  • On Site Parking : yes
  • On Site Catering : yes
Room NameDimensionsSq. FeetBanquetClassroomReceptionTheater
Dining Rooms 255-66310-6010-60 20

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