3 Siblings Open Black-Owned Bed & Breakfast In Gettysburg

Keystone Inn, the first-ever Black-owned bed & breakfast in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.
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Photos: Keystone Inn\Black Business.com

Meet the three entrepreneurial siblings — Patrick, Christine, and Stephen Campbell — who have purchased a century-old home and transformed it into what is now Keystone Inn, the first-ever Black-owned bed & breakfast in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

In August 2020, the Campbells bought the 109-year-old home to fulfill their dream of having a house that is big enough for them to host family gatherings during the holidays. The siblings personally oversaw its renovation, making sure of the safety of their guests.

"Patrick being a strong businessman, Stephen an architect…and myself having run housing programs for people with special needs for more years than I want to count – we thought that we would make a great team," Christine told York Daily Record. Read more.

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