We stayed two nights there. The older gentleman that works the front desk during the evening was very friendly to my two children we had traveling with us. Usually you don't get staff that takes the time out to acknowledge the little ones.
The rooms were very clean and great for the price we paid. It was quiet during the day and during the night. We would stay there again if in the area.
Traveller from Pennsylvania
Situated in Chambersburg, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Cluggy's Family Amusement Center, Capitol Theatre, and Franklin …More
At the center of town sits Memorial Fountain, honoring Civil War soldiers. Downtown is also home to the Mary Ritner House, where abolitionist John Brown briefly lived, and the Old Jail, believed to have been a stop on Underground Railroad. Each July, the town celebrates its rebirth after the 1864 Confederate Burning with ChamberFest and in autumn, the area’s main crop is celebrated at AppleFest.