July 9, 2013
To Florence, Bill, and all staff,
We are writing this letter to let you know that we had a wonderful time staying at your Bed and Breakfast. All who are involved with keeping History alive in such a heartfelt way should be extremely proud of their dedication and accomplishment as they share their love for persevering the past. From the ghost stories on Friday night, to the morning History lessons and deliciously prepared breakfasts; our stay will always be one that we cherish.
The ghost stories will be especially treasured as our son's girlfriend had never been exposed to ghost stories in such a way and we all revisited the tales throughout the rest of our trip; and Sabrina will always have a deep respect for Rebecca. Although we personally did not have any encounters during our visit, much to her relief, knowing that they live among us and visit from time to time keeps us on our toes. The mini History lessons each morning were also wonderful and memorable, at least for this kinesthetic learner and History teacher, as hands on and first hand experiences allow for a deeper appreciation for sacrifices made to keep this nation whole.
Finally, the staff is and was extremely friendly and personable; and wonderful cooks. We felt extremely at home during our visit and felt like old friends instead of temporary guests. Your establishment was recommended to us by some close friends and we are extremely glad that we listened to their enthusiastic reviews. Our only regret is that we could not stay longer. Somehow I feel that we have left a part of us behind. If we ever get the chance to visit Gettysburg again, the only place we will stay will be at the Battlefield Bed and Breakfast!
Tony, Cyndie, Stephen & Sabrina Hrabe
P.S. I am including some of our favorite pictures, feel free to add them to the many wonderful ones you all ready have on your website. They are not professional by any means, but I always feel that truly wonderful places are ones that pictures can never do justice to properly.