A graciously restored 1840s structure with magnificent accommodations and six stately guest rooms, The Londonderry Inn offers modern luxury in a timeless setting. Nestled in the heart of Campbelltown, PA, just a few miles between Lancaster County and Hershey ~ Chocolatetown U.S.A. ~ The Londonderry Inn is surrounded by a quaint small town community in the heart of Central Pennsylvania. Guests are invited to relax and rediscover the joys of a mid-week or weekend getaway. Experience a few quiet moments outside on the arbor or the Inn’s front porch, enjoy an evening game of billiards, or divulge in a good book by the fireplace.
5 on November 09, 2015
Wife and I stayed over for a wedding nearby in the African room. Breakfast the following morning was excellent. The Innkeeper was very gracious and the accommodations were top notch. Highly recommend. Very peaceful. This B&B is marked by excellence in all they do.
4.0 on October 26, 2015
This was our second time staying at the Londonderry Inn and my boyfriend and I love it! The rooms are so nicely decorated, especially our favorite, the "Shades of Africa" room! I definitely recommend this B&B and its so convenient to Hershey and other attractions!
4.8 on October 24, 2015
Great location for Hershey, the Innkeeper was exceptional, will be back
5 on October 15, 2014
We actually planned a small (30-plus guests) wedding here in September and stayed the night of the wedding. The grounds are beautiful and very affordable to plan an event. Kate and her family were very warm and welcoming even with being bombarded with questions from us. We coordinated with them on when we could come get measurements, take pictures, test our sound system. We couldn't have had better people to work with. The inside of the inn is absolutely gorgeous...Very ornate and Victorian. We stayed in the Napoleon room which had modern amenities as well as access to a full kitchen downstairs. The morning after the wedding, we had a delicious breakfast with eggs, pancakes, (either bacon or sausage or both) and a parfait. I can't wait to visit again for our 1 year anniversary. The Londonderry Inn is definitely a hidden gem in plain site since it is right on the main road. Thank you guys!!
4.6 on September 10, 2014
I've stayed in B&B's all over the Northeast and this is one of the nicest. The building is very well kept and the rooms are clean and decorated beautifully. The Innkeepers are personable and provided wonderful hospitality. The breakfast was complete...including traditional home-style and also including fruit yogurt.
3.4 on August 19, 2014
Inn is on a very busy road with lots of traffic noise. Glad our room was in the back! The Inn is very clean & the bedrooms are beautifully decorated. We stayed three nights and were disappointed that each morning we were served a small amount of vanilla yogurt over granola with a few (six or less) blueberries & orange juice (no other choice offered). Scrambled eggs & sausage were served the first morning, French toast & bacon the second morning & baked oatmeal (ugh!) with a hard-boiled egg the third morning. Londonderry did not serve any treats in the afternoon. If you want nicer breakfasts with homemade afternoon treats, try The Inn at Westwynd Farm or the 1825 Inn nearby. Their breakfasts are outstanding!
5 on September 03, 2013
We stayed in the Garden Room. It was beautifully decorated as was the entire Inn. My husband and I enjoyed the tranquility but we also enjoyed a game of pool! Tim and Felicia made sure to provide us with "to go" cups for our early morning trip to the airport. This historic inn is better than any 5 star hotel.
4.8 on May 27, 2013
I stayed in the Napoleon room. The pictures on the website do not do it justice. The room was beautiful. Our room was made up each day when were out. The people who worked there were so nice and made sure that everything was to our liking. The breakfast was delicious and we had something different for breakfast each day. I slept very well. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the beauty of the room and the rest of the inn. I would definitely stay again if in the area.
5 on October 16, 2012
We arrived at the beautiful and elegant Londonderry Inn on Friday, October 12, 2012 hoping to stay the night. As we pulled into the parking lot, the beautifully landscaped patio was very peaceful and inviting. As we walked into the main door, we immediately felt as though we had entered into a very warm and inviting atmosphere. The dining rooms and seating areas are elegantly decorated and provided soft, peaceful lighting. We were greeted with a warm welcome by the Innkepers Tim and Felicia. They showed us the rooms and we decided to stay in fabulous Shades Of Africa suite. This room is something you have to see to believe !! It was absolutely gorgeous. Very beautiful decor with soft lighting, fireplace, double jacuzzi, and elegant seating area. Most importantly, the room and entire Inn was absolutely spotless and kept impeccably clean. Tim and Felicia were so friendly and welcoming. They made us feel like family. Approximately at 6:45 a.m., I awoke to the declicious aroma of fresh coffee being brewed in the kitchen down the hall. Tim and Felicia were in there cooking up a delicious breakfast. Honestly, we were saddened when our overnight stay was over and we had to leave to go home. But, we will definitely be going back to the gorgeous Londonderry Inn and we will definitely be staying the Shades Of Africa suite. Thanks to Tim and Felicia from Janet and Jack for making our stay something we will remember forever !!!
4.8 on October 07, 2012
It was easy to get in R&R mode at The Londonderry Inn! We stayed in the Africa room, which has plenty of space to spread out--to enjoy a convo by the fireplace or soak in the hot tub. It was nice to be in such a well-restored, yet historic setting. And breakfast was excellent! We'll be back!
French Country Garden Gazebo feel overlooking landscaped terrace in the back. Enveloped in an antique Gazebo mural painted by local artist Laura Beamesderfer, this room is decorated in light shades of soft green with jacquard and toile tapestries. Antique furniture, comfortable seating area, and large windows make this room delightfully tranquil. Additional Features: - 2nd floor - Queen-size Crowned bed - Private bath featuring a 2-person shower - Flat Screen TV - Room size: 15’x15’ *
Nightly Rate: $165 - $165
Producing a Federalist feel, this room is named after William Brunner, mercantile owner and long-time resident of the house. This stately room is decorated in antique & reproduction furniture and painted deep red with golden accents. A secretary desk and comfortable seating area make this room a spacious delight. Additional Features: - 2nd floor - Queen-size Crowned bed - Private European-style bath featuring a 2-person shower - Flat Screen TV - Room size: 17’x 14’
Nightly Rate: $165 - $165
Experience the Western Expansion era with a Stage Coach feel in this room. Leathered walls, antique furniture, seating area and leather chaise make this room modernly rugged. Additional Features: - 2nd floor - Queen-size bed - Private European-style bath featuring a 2-person shower - Flat Screen TV - Room size: 17’x17’ *
Nightly Rate: $165 - $165
The Library features a sitting room, once the old sun-porch, which includes a wicker bed for additional guests and bookshelves full of reading classics. A high secretary’s desk and comfortable seating makes The Library bedroom a reader’s delight. Painted in deep, rich hues of purple and decorated with Tiffany lamp accessories, antique & black leather furniture, & nautical artwork this room has a romantically masculine ambiance. The private bath is accessible to guests in the bedroom as well as the sitting room. Additional Features: - 2nd floor - Flat Screen TV - Room size: 15’ x 17’*
Nightly Rate: $175 - $175
This Napoleon-style suite features a separate entrance in the back of the house making it the largest and most private room available at The Londonderry Inn. The room is painted in Napoleonic blues with golden accents, luxurious tapestries and ornate furniture. A gas fireplace and elegant seating create a classy, comfortable living room feel to one end of this room. Additional Features: - 2nd floor - King -size Crowned bed - Private bath featuring a 2-person shower - Flat Screen TV - Room size: 24’ x 16’ * *Private bath space for all rooms is in addition to room size
Nightly Rate: $175 - $175
Once the original Mercantile, Shades of Africa has been transformed into a tented Sahara Safari feel amid murals of African Grassland painted by local artist, Laura Beamesderfer.Room colors include a neutral palette accented with black, gold and red clay. The only guest room located on the main floor, Shades of Africa maintains a very private feel. The double Jacuzzi, situated in a tiled corner of the bedroom facing the fireplace, is in addition to the large private bath. The gas fireplace is surrounded by a mix of antique, leather and Safari-style furniture pieces.
Nightly Rate: $195 - $195
Countryside, Small town
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 15 miles
Located just 2 miles east of Hershey, Chocolatetown U.S.A., Campbelltown is at the edge of PA Dutch Country, 2 hours from Washington D.C., 1.5 hours from Baltimore, 3 hours from NYC, 3.5 hours from Pittsburgh.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Lancaster Outlets, Giant Center, Hershey Park, Hershey Outlets, Antique Auto Musuem, Indian Echo Caverns, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Private entrance, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , Patio, Ice Machine
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian