Dobbin House Tavern
Dine in Gettysburg PA's Oldest, Most Historic Home
"...Beautifully and Authentically Restored"
and open to the public as a colonial restaurant.
Four Score and Seven years before the Civil War Battle of Gettysburg, (1776),
Reverend Alexander Dobbin built a house to begin a new life in America for himself and
his family. Today his home, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a colonial
restaurant where candlelit elegance, superior food in abundance, and gracious service bring back
the sights, sounds and tastes of two centuries ago. AAA rated. The friendly hospitality of the Dobbin House
extends to the Springhouse Tavern, Gettystown Bed and Breakfast, Country Curiosity Store, Abigail Adams Ballroom,
in-house bakery and secret "underground railroad" slave hideout.
DOBBIN HOUSE ATTRACTIONS
|Springhouse Tavern||Country Curiosity Store|
|Alexander Dobbin Dining Rooms||Gettystown Inn|
|Abigail Adams Ballroom||Click on a picture to see the rest of it!|
For Casual Dining...
THE SPRINGHOUSE TAVERN
A most unique eating and drinking alehouse amidst three natural springs and two glowing fireplaces. This cozy
For Fine Dining in the Colonial Manner...
THE ALEXANDER DOBBIN DINING ROOMS
candlelit elegance, superior food in
abundance, and gracious
service bring back the sights, sounds and
tastes of two centuries ago.
Dine in six historic rooms: The Dining Room, Library, Parlor, Study, Spinning Room, and Bedroom (wherein
one can actually dine in bed!)
Enjoy an outstanding menu of traditional delicacies: Colonial and Continental Cuisine, prepared from the finest
and freshest ingredients. Plus delicious homemade breads and irresistible desserts from our own bakery. Children's Menu.
Open Daily from 5:00 PM. Reservations Advised.
The unique country charm is perfect for banquets, meetings, and special
occasions for up to 130 guests.
Featuring Adams County style entrees, fresh vegetables, salad bar, and delectable homemade desserts.
Free Banquet Planning Kit available.
eclectic collection of old-time wares
and sparkling new treasures!
& Breakfast with nine charming guests rooms
in Historic Civil
furnished to look like 1863 with beautiful 19th century antiques, quality reproductions and accouterments.
Lodging includes a hearty breakfast served in the sunny parlor of The Dobbin House located next door. Ideally situated to overlook the
spot where Lincoln gave his Gettysburg Address and centrally located within walking distance of the National Park Service Visitors Center.
Click here to check availability and make an online reservation.
Register of Historic Places (U.S.A.)
Registered Historic Landmark (PA)
Any Questions? Email us
Avenue (Business Route 15 South)
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone:(717)334-2100 Fax: (717)334-6905
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