OUR GUESTROOMS AND AMENITIES

The Historic Fairfield Inn was completely renovated to include large private bathrooms for each room. Some baths have old fashioned claw foot tubs and free standing showers, while others have whirlpool tubs. The six suites and guest rooms are decorated with antiques, some with four-poster beds, others with private balconies overlooking the quaint, historic town of Fairfield. All of the guest rooms and suites have private baths, air-conditioning, cable television and Wi-Fi.


Looking to Book a room? Give us a call at 717-642-5410 , email us at ashley@thefairfieldinn.com, or follow the link below to book online.

When booking please be aware that there is no overnight staff at the inn during your stay.


The Patrick Henry Original Mansion House Guest Room

Patrick Henry room photo of a bed with a floral comforter, hardwood floors with a carpet, and historic furnishings
The Patrick Henry Original Mansion House Guest Room

This second floor room is furnished with antiques, a queen-sized wood and iron bed and a large, gorgeous private bath with a claw-foot tub and separate shower. Amenities include cable television, free wi-fi, an iron, hair dryer, in-room coffee and plush towels.
About the room: The Patrick Henry guestroom is named for the American Patriot & Statesman (1736-99) famous for the quote “Give me Liberty or Give me Death.” He was the nephew of the Lady of the House, Isabella Henry Miller. This original Mansion House room was used by him during many of his visits to the Inn as a meeting room with the town’s elders.

Maximum Occupancy: 2.
Rate: $130 Weekday, $150 Weekend.
Special Room Rates may be available – scroll to the bottom of this page to check availability.

Accessibility: This room is on the second floor and is not wheelchair accessible. Due to the structure of the building the bathrooms and furnishings do not meet ADA guidelines.


The Grumble Jones Original Mansion House Guest Room


Photo of the Grumble Jones Room, queen sized bed with a bedside table and sitting chair
The Grumble Jones Room

This elegantly decorated room’s focal point is a queen-sized bed; antiques and period décor add to its ambiance. The bedroom has a private bath with original built-in cabinetry and a whirlpool tub. Amenities include cable television, free wi-fi, an iron, hair dryer, in-room coffee and plush towels.
About the room: The Grumble Jones Original Mansion House guest room is named for the Confederate General who fought in the Battle of Fairfield. This was a cavalry engagement fought directly to the back of the Inn’s property on July 3, 1863. While a minor fight compared to the Battle of Gettysburg, the mission was an important one. William E. “Grumble” Jones’ celebrated “Laurel Brigade” was charged by General Robert E. Lee with the task of securing the vital Hagerstown Road. Jones and his brigade succeeded and after this bloody battle, the Inn was used as a Civil War Hospital for many of Grumble Jones’ soldiers. The remaining unscathed troops camped near Fairfield, keeping the road open for Lee’s retreat and then guarded the rear as the Army of Northern Virginia moved through the Fairfield Gap on July 4 & 5, 1863.

Maximum Occupancy: 2.
Rate: $130 Weekday, $150 Weekend.
Special Room Rates may be available – scroll to the bottom of this page to check availability.

Accessibility: This room is on the second floor and is not wheelchair accessible. Due to the structure of the building the bathrooms and furnishings do not meet ADA guidelines.


The J.E.B. Stuart Original Mansion House Guest Room

Photo of the J.E.B. Stuart room. Large room with a couch and a queen sized bed and sitting chairs with a fireplace
The J.E.B. Stuart Original Mansion House Guest Room

Accommodations for our J.E.B. Stuart room include a queen-sized bed, large seating area with foldout full-sized sofa and a beautifully decorated large private bath with a whirlpool tub. Amenities include cable television, free wi-fi, an iron, hair dryer, in-room coffee and plush towels.
About the room: The spacious J.E.B. Stuart original Mansion House guestroom is named for Gen. J.E.B. Stuart who stayed in this room in 1862 during a confederate raid of the valley. General Stuart revisited the Inn on July 4, 1863 as he & General Robert E. Lee lead their troops on the Confederate Retreat. Defeated & weary, the two Generals, along with several of their officers, stopped at The Fairfield Inn for a hot meal.

Maximum Occupancy: 3.
Rate: $140 Weekday, $170 Weekend.
Special Room Rates may be available – scroll to the bottom of this page to check availability.

Accessibility: This room is on the second floor and is not wheelchair accessible. Due to the structure of the building the bathrooms and furnishings do not meet ADA guidelines.


The Major Starr Guest Room

Photo of the Major Starr guest room showing a decorative bed and mirror
The Major Starr Guest Room

The Major Starr is our cozy, third floor guestroom. It has a full-sized Lincoln suite antique bed, marble top dresser, beautiful magnolia wallpaper and a cottage-like feel throughout the bedroom and a private bath with a whirlpool tub. Amenities include cable television, free wi-fi, an iron, hair dryer, in-room coffee and plush towels.
About the room: The Major Starr Guest Room is located on the third floor and is named for the legendary old dragoon, Samuel H. Starr, who served in the Civil War. This Irish-American officer in the Reserve Brigade was a gloomy-faced veteran whose harsh discipline was exacted on both officers and enlisted men alike. Experienced and respected by his superior officers, Major Starr was ordered to move west out of Gettysburg to Fairfield to seize a Confederate wagon train rumored to be foraging there. No wagon train was found but during the search, Starr and his regiment encountered confederate troops and fought what is now known as the Battle of Fairfield which resulted in Starr losing his arm in battle.

Maximum Occupancy: 2.
Rate: $130 Weekday, $150 Weekend.
Special Room Rates may be available – scroll to the bottom of this page to check availability.

Accessibility: This room is on the third floor and is not wheelchair accessible. Due to the structure of the building the bathrooms and furnishings do not meet ADA guidelines.


The 1757 Guest Suite

photo of a large suite with queen bed and two sitting chairs
The 1757 Guest Suite

The 1757 Suite is the original house of Squire William & Maggie Miller, founders of Fairfield. The Suite has a parlor with the original 1757 fireplace chimney, a full private bath with whirlpool tub and a very large master bedroom with queen-sized bed. The room boasts a built in wall of window seats, perfect for cuddling up with a good book and a glass of wine or hot chocolate. Amenities include cable television, free wi-fi, an iron, hair dryer, in-room coffee, mini-fridge and plush towels.
About the room: The Millers moved to the area from Delaware to what was considered, at the time, as the frontier and raised their children on 247 acres of farming land. In 1786, their daughter, Jane Maria, and husband, Col. Paxton applied for the very first Tavern license in the Gettysburg and surrounding area. The Inn has been serving travelers ever since making it one of only five in America that has been in continuous operation since the 1700s!

Maximum Occupancy: 3.
Rate: $175 Weekday, $225 Weekend.
Special Room Rates may be available – scroll to the bottom of this page to check availability.

Accessibility: This room is on the third floor and is not wheelchair accessible. Due to the structure of the building the bathrooms and furnishings do not meet ADA guidelines.


The Three Colonels Original Mansion House Guest Suite

Photo of the suite including a queen sized bed with a blue comforter and a sitting chair
The Three Colonels Original Mansion House Guest Suite

The Three Colonels Suite offers a charming parlor with twin-size trundle bed, sitting area, mini-refrigerator and microwave, a sunny separate bedroom with a queen bed and a lovely private bath with a claw-foot tub and separate shower. To make your stay even more special, this beautiful third-floor suite also has access to a private balcony overlooking the Main Street lined with the town’s quaint historic homes. Amenities include cable television, free wi-fi, an iron, hair dryer, in-room coffee and plush towels.
About the room: The Suite is named for three confederate colonels who were injured July 1, 1863 during the battle of Gettysburg, stabilized on the battlefield, and moved west on the Fairfield Road en route to Virginia. Of the three men that shared the same ambulance that day only two are known, Col. Daniel Harvey Christie of the 23rd NC and John Kerr Connelly of the 55th NC who had his left arm amputated in Fairfield. On the eve of the first of July, all three men rested in comfort at The Fairfield Inn.

Maximum Occupancy: 3
Rate: $175 Weekday, $225 Weekend.
Special Room Rates may be available – scroll to the bottom of this page to check availability

Accessibility: This room is on the second floor and is not wheelchair accessible. Due to the structure of the building the bathrooms and furnishings do not meet ADA guidelines.