Wyndham Gettysburg95 Presidential Cir, Gettysburg, PA 17325
Wyndham Gettysburg welcomes three dogs up to 50 lbs for an additional fee of $30 per pet, per night. Crated dogs may be left in rooms unattended. Pet bowls are available, and there are grassy areas for pet relief around the property. Sorry, cats are not permitted. For same day arrivals, please call 877-411-3436 to confirm availability of a pet-friendly room.Book Now
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This hotel is located approximately 12 miles from the Harrisburg International Airport. It is a 248-room hotel which offers never before seen levels of quality and service to the Gettysburg area. Hotel amenities include restaurants health club indoor swimming pool bar banquet and meeting rooms. Guest room features include cordless telephones Internet access and LCD TVs.
- Pet Friendly
- Fitness Center
- Internet Available
- Free WiFi
- Business Center
- Meeting Rooms
- Family Rooms
- Air Conditioning
- Cable Television
- Room Service
- Breakfast Available
- Parking Available
- Free Parking
- RV / Trailer Parking
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Laundry Room
- Non-Smoking Property
Sep. 29, 2019
Nice newer hotel.
Nice place to stay but beware of the $30 pet fee. Also if you book through BringFido you will not get points on your Wyndham card
More than a year ago
We stayed at the Wyndham while visiting Gettysburg.
The accomodations were nice and all of the people that we dealt with were very friendly. There was an area outside where we could walk our dog. We brought him with us to tour the Gettysburg battlefield and listened to a CD audio tour, which we purchased. Periodically, he got out of the car with us, as we visited the sights. (He was not allowed in the battlefield theatre or information area, though.) This is a very moving and interesting, (and dog friendly!) place...go, you will see an important chapter of American history and will not regret it!!