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When the Barker House was built John Adams was president, “Oxford-Town” was being established!

Built in 1794 by Richard Knight as an Inn. The Barker House Bed & Breakfast is the second oldest home in New Oxford, and today continues to welcome guests from around the world.

In 1801 this became the home of George and Nancy Hersh and remained in the family for over 150 years. Learn about Confederate General John B. Gordon’s visit to this prominent home in 1863.

Come and experience the history while enjoying the comforts of home with the present “Keepers of the Inn”. Barker House is your relaxing getaway and gateway to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania and all that Adams County has to offer.

Upcoming Events

November 15

Remembrance Day Parade

November 19

Dedication Day

November 19

The Gettysburg Address

December 14

Inns of Gettysburg Area Holiday House Tour

More About Barker

Barker House New Oxford Pennsylvania Bed and Breakfast Fish Pond

The Barker House Innkeepers:

Elizabeth Sutton & Robert Kennedy, look forward to welcoming you.

The Barker House Bed & Breakfast is a member of:

Winner 1996 – Historic Preservation Award Historic Gettysburg/Adams County Preservation Society

Looking for an Extended Stay?

Barker House New Oxford Pennsylvania Bed and Breakfast The Cottage

Or Pet Friendly Lodging?

Consider staying at our pet-friendly, spacious cottage. Whether for a just a weekend or for a few weeks, you’ll find the Cottage warm and waiting for you…

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The Inn Cats:

Allie & Mattie, will be more than happy to show you how to relax during your stay. Barker House New Oxford Pennsylvania Bed and Breakfast The Cats Allie and Mattie

“Thank you so much. We loved the history of your house and playing with the cats. The breakfasts were great”. Jay & Dinah