Suite Description

The Zeigler Holtzworth Livery Suite is located on the third floor toward the rear of the building. This spacious suite is bright with cross lighting. The sage sitting area offers kitchenette, TV and dinette table with two chairs and a sofa. The bedroom offers a queen bed continuing with the soft sage and lilac patterns and shades. This is the handicap accessible suite. The entrance to the suite, bedroom, and bathroom are ADA compliant.The nice large bath, with safety bars, has a tub with handheld shower.

Suite History

The Zeigler Holtzworth Livery was established October 24, 1870 and was located on the corner of Washington Street and the entrance of Racehorse Alley, just around the corner from our building. The following is an advertisement from circa 1900: "If you desire to see the battlefield thoroughly it will be to your advantage to give us a call. We have the largest transportation establishment in southern Pennsylvania, equipped with the most comfortable carriages. We make the battlefield a specialty. Mr. L.W. Minnigh, the well-known battlefield guide, and lecturer is connected with this establishment, with a corps of assistants thoroughly familiar with the movement of all the troops in the battle, making it possible for us to show you the battlefield in such a manner that you can easily understand it. Orders for teams by mail or telegraph, giving number in party, with day and time of arrival, will receive prompt attention." The telephone number for the livery was: Bell 11Y United 612.


  • Free Bottled Water
  • Fresh Ground Coffee from a local coffee shop
  • Signature Breakfast Basket
  • Fine soaps
  • High Speed Wireless Internet
  • Kitchenette with Stove Top, Microwave, and Refrigerator
  • Dinnerware, Flatware, and Cookware
  • Flat Panel TVs
  • Alarm Clock with Docking Station
  • Ironing Board and Iron
  • Hair Dryer
  • A/C with private controls
  • Free On-Site Parking
  • ¬†Help with Travel and Tour Arrangements