Carlisle Bed and Breakfast Inns
Bed and breakfast inns near Carlisle
— 27 miles S Gettysburg, PA
|Walk to local shops and restaurants while staying... Read More
$109 - $184
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Just a half-mile from I-81 and three miles from I-76 (the PA Turnpike) the Historic District of downtown Carlisle became a part of the National Trust back in the 1970s. Once a frontier town, Carlisle is brimming with history, but at the same time is the culinary capital of south-central PA with restaurants including American, Belgian, Bosnian, English, Spanish/Moroccan, Italian, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese, and many others! Also at the mid-point of the Appalachian Trail, Carlisle and Cumberland County is an awesome destination vacation area. By Carlisle House.
Carlisle was founded in 1751. Named for Carlisle, England, it was a frontier town which played a significant role in the country's history. Visited by such notables as George Washington and Ben Franklin, it is the home of the Carlisle Barracks and Army War College, the home of Penn State's Dickinson School of Law, and of Dickinson College, the first college to be founded in the United States. Many historians believe that if Colonel J.E.B. Stuart had been where he was ordered to be, instead of here shelling Carlisle, the Battle of Gettysburg may never have happened, or at least resulted differently. By Carlisle House.
Carlisle is a history buff's dream. Stroll through the historic district and you can feel the history that comes from Colonial and Victorian era homes. Walk the footsteps of George Washington as he reviewed militia as part of The Whiskey Rebellion in 1794. Visit the gravesite of Revolutionary War heroine Molly Pitcher or the site of the Carlisle Indian School, where Olympic athlete Jim Thorpe once studied. By Pheasant Field B&B.