Mark Nesbitt's Favorite Haunts

Ghosts of Gettysburg Tour Headquarters
Feel free to stop by, take a tour and check out our shop. This building continues to be an active paranormal site. The upstairs is off limits, but there have been plenty of unusual happenings on the first floor!
271 Baltimore St., Gettysburg, PA

The Cashtown Inn & Restaurant
As one of the oldest hostelries in the region, Cashtown Inn has served “for the entertainment of strangers and travelers” since 1815. The Inn was transformed into an armed camp for several days in late June and early July 1863, while the battle of Gettysburg raged just eight miles to the east.
The Cashtown Inn currently serves as a relaxing Bed & Breakfast and houses a Fine Dining Restaurant with a full service Tavern.
- haunted, of course!
1325 Old Route 30, Cashtown, PA
Jack and Maria Paladino

James Gettys Hotel
At this unique bed and breakfast, guests enjoy a lodging experience unlike any other. Restored in 1996, the James Gettys Hotel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The B&B looks as it did in the 1920s, and upon entering, you will step even further back in time. They don't advertise their hauntings, but refer to the story in Ghosts of Gettysburg III.
27 Chambersburg Street

The Historic Tour Company
Premier Battlefield Tours. Battlefield Tours for Kids. Old Town Tours. Tours to Harpers Ferry and Antietam. The Winery Bus. Visit our partner for the Ghost Bus Tour!
55 Steinwehr Avenue

American Civil War Museum
Make sure to include a visit to this museum. Mark often does signings here.
Through five hallways of scenes, the American Civil War Museum brings the past "back to life" with life-sized dioramas of the Civil War. From there, visitors enter the internationally acclaimed Battleroom Auditorium, where a re-creation of the Battle of Gettysburg is performed before their eyes.
297 Steinwehr Avenue, Gettysburg

Courtyard by Marriott Gettysburg
One of the newest hotel additions to Gettysburg.The Courtyard by Marriott is part of the exciting "Gateway Gettysburg" project.
Gateway Gettysburg
Linda Wellborn

Doubleday Inn
The Doubleday Inn is the only Gettysburg Bed & Breakfast located directly on the National Battlefield. Situated on Oak Ridge near the Eternal Light Peace Memorial, we are just one mile from the town square yet worlds away from all the hustle & bustle.
104 Doubleday Ave. Gettysburg, PA 17325
Todd & Christine Thomas, Innkeepers

Brickhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast
Located in the heart of historic Gettysburg, the Brickhouse Inn Bed and Breakfast (8 rooms) and the adjacent Welty House (5 rooms) are perfect bases for walks to shops and restaurants. You are only a few minutes from Lincoln Square in the town center, and the National Battlefield Park is virtually at your doorstep.
452 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, PA 17325

Brafferton Inn
Built in 1786, the elegant field stone house is the cornerstone of Gettysburg's historic district and is its oldest continual residence. Locally known as the Codori House, the Inn was transformed into a Bed and Breakfast 23 years ago and has continued to be shelter to its owners and is a haven for travelers from around the world.
44 York St. Gettysburg, PA 17325
866-337-3423/ 717-337-3423

Wyndham Gettysburg
Wyndham Gettysburg welcomes guests with modern conveniences and sleek, contemporary décor while incorporating the timeless charms of this historic city.
95 Presidential Circle Gettysburg, PA 17325

Best Western Gettysburg Hotel
Established in 1797 and located on the square in the heart of Gettysburg.
1 Lincoln Square Gettysburg, PA 17325
800-528-1234/ 717-337-2000