The Cashtown Inn
The Most Historic Inn in America
160 Years Of Warm Welcome...
The Cashtown Inn was built in 1797 as a stagecoach stop on the way west. The crossroads it sat near would eventually bear the same name, Cashtown. In 1815, owner Peter 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.
Keeping Tradition and Old World Fun
August 6th 2021
The current owners purchased the Cashtown Inn in August of 2021. We have 3 suites and 3 rooms open and available for stay. The Restaurant is closed for now.
Hometown Hospitality in a Historic Venue
Escape Back in Time
“Rediscover Cashtown Inn for yourself. Come stand on the front porch and let your mind wander back to the summer of 1863…”