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Quality Inn Larsons at General Robert Lees Headquarters
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Larson's Quality Inn is adjacent to the Gettysburg Headquarters of General Robert E. Lee. This historic inn has hosted famous individuals such as General George Patton, President Dwight Eisenhower and Captain Schuford of the USS Gettysburg. Our most recent guests include the last surviving Confederate widow, a Nobel Prize winner and US Congressmen. Their former rooms are available today and their stays created some interesting stories.
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was in this house that great men of history pondered the problems
before them and made plans for one of the greatest battles of all time.
The Battle of Gettysburg lasted three days but the memories of this
historical event are displayed in this building:
The Gettysburg Headquarters
of General Robert E. Lee.
|This picturesque house was built during 1833-1834 and at the time of the Civil War was owned by the noted statesman, Thaddeus Stevens. It was during three days in July, 1863 that General Robert E. Lee established his personal headquarters in this small stone building.|
|Quality Inn Larson's provides it's guest with Gettysburg's finest accommodations, All rooms are newly remodeled, Our tastefully appointed rooms are located overlooking the majestic battlefield.|
* From the North: Take US 15 South to US 30 West (York Street exit). Head west to center of town, continuing west 8 blocks on US 30 West. Quality Inn Larson's is on the right.
* From the South: Take US 15 North to York Street exit. Head west to center of town, continuing west 8 blocks on US 30 West. Quality Inn Larson's is on the right.
* From the East: Take US 30 West to center of town. Continue west 8 blocks. Quality Inn Larson's is on the right.
* From the West: Take US 30 East. As you approach Gettysburg, Quality Inn Larson's is on left at top of hill entering Gettysburg.
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