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Quite The Stir Bungalow - Gettysburg, PA Guest Lodging

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VAV!/June 5, 2013

"When all else fails, take a vacation.. at Quite The Stir Bungalow Guest House in historic Gettysburg, PA."  Quite The Stir lodging is located one block from the historic Battlefield and four blocks from Gettysburg's town square.  

Quite The Stir also hosts unique vintage 1930s and 1940s teas!  Quite The Stir Catered Tea Menu!

Quite The Stir is Located on the corners of 500 West Middle Street and Howard Avenue, Gettysburg, PA!

Contact 717-778-7786 or 717-778-7861 or 717 416-0025 OR contact Quite The Stir at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  or contact Quite The Stir directly!

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April 23 On This Day In History

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The History of Earth Day

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April 22 On This Day In History

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