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The Historic and Haunted Cashtown Inn near Gettysburg, PA

The Historic and Haunted Cashtown Inn near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania    

Cashtown Inn is a historic bed & breakfast located in Cashtown, Pennsylvania, about 8 miles from Gettysburg. The current owners are Jack and Maria Paladino. In January of 2006, the inn undertook major structural renovations throughout most of the first floor of. The Cashtown Inn currently serves as a relaxing Bed & Breakfast and houses a Fine Dining Restaurant with a full service Tavern.

The restaurant offers a New American menu that can be enjoyed in the original Tavern Room (circa 1797) or the newly appointed Victorian Dining Room. Fresh, local and innovative ingredients and flavors are simply and expertly prepared from scratch for the area's best dining experience.



The Cashtown Inn was built in 1797 and got its name from Peter Marck, the first innkeeper, who would only accept cash. The crossroads it sat near would eventually bear the same name, Cashtown. In 1815, Marck acquired a tavern license and originally had four rooms available.

During the Gettysburg Campaign, the inn became the headquarters for many Confederate officers and staff, including Generals A. P. Hill, John D. Imboden, and Henry Heth. The basement also served as a field hospital during the battle, and it is said that so many amputations were performed, that the limbs piled up outside blocked any sunlight from coming in the cellar window.

The Ghosts of the Cashtown Inn
The Cashtown Inn is a haunted bed and breakfast in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. During the civil war it served as quarters for Confederate officers and their staff. It also has a blood-soaked history. During the Battle of Gettysburg, the Cashtown Inn was used as a hospital for injured soldiers and the basement was the surgery room. They say that the street outside was red with blood and many amputated limbs were tossed out the window and piled high outside.
 The Cashtown Inn Tavern est. 1797 The Cashtown Bed and Breakfast
It is said that every room in the Cashtown Inn is haunted. In the A.P. Hill Room, guests have reported the rocking chair mysteriously moving during the night and the sensation of someone sitting on the bed while they try to sleep. Guests have also heard thumping on the door and when they open the door, they find no one there.

Two apparitions have been seen in the Inn; one, a woman, has been seen dozens of times in the General Lee Suite. The other, a confederate soldier, has been seen in the Heth Room. Finally, people have also reported encountering someone dressed in a Confederate uniform in the hallway or near the bar. In fact, the owner saw a shadowy figure walk through the downstairs hallway and then disappear into thin air. The Inn also has some photos containing ghostly figures lurking in the background.
Ghostly information from Scary for Kids

The Cashtown Inn
1325 Old Route 30
Cashtown, Pennsylvania 17310
Phone:(717) 334-9722


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