Bourbon Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn Via loc.gov & bnbfinder.com During the American Civil War the home served as headquarters for General William J. Hardee, who fought under Confederate Army General Bragg. Barclay Cottage Bed and Breakfast Via Facebook: BarclayCottageBandB In 1921 Miss Barclay's School opened, teaching students from kindergarten up to the third grade for over 50 years. Ebenezer House Bed and Breakfast D. Webb, Innkeeper The Ebenezer House Bed and Breakfast was once a Methodist Church until 1984 when it was dismantled. Prospect Hill Plantation Inn Via loc.gov In 1739 Richmond Terrill inherited the home from a relative and grew the property to 400 acres. Terrill then bought slaves to work the fields into a full-scale plantation. The Stockade Bed and Breakfast Via Facebook: thestockadebandb The B&B's guarded entrance serves as a reminder of its previous life as a Civil War stockade. It is also certified by The National Wildlife Federation as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat. Gettysburg Battlefield Bed & Breakfast Inn Via Facebook: BattlefieldBedandBreakfast The 1809 Civil War farmhouse is preserved on an actual Gettysburg Battlefield where guests can attend a history presentation at 8 am every morning. The Red Garter Inn J. Holst / Via Facebook: 106572502697460 The home was built in 1897 was ran as a saloon and bordello by Longino Mora. During The Prohibition Era, the bar and poker tables were hidden behind the bar. Rocky Springs Bed & Breakfast Via Facebook: RockySpringsBedandBreakfast In 1899 Thomas Rees bought the property and grew the picnic grounds into what would become Lancaster, PA's premier amusement and entertainment park. East Brother Light Station Via ebls.org East Brother Light Station was built in 1873 to aid mariners near the San Pablo and San Francisco Bays. It was then licensed by a non-profit 501 c3 California Corporation.