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About The Londonderry Inn Bed and Breakfast

The Londonderry Inn is a highly rated Hershey Bed and Breakfast with magnificent accommodations in a beautifully restored pre-Civil War 1840's house.  Each of our spacious, stately bedrooms have their own private bath, large windows, ten-foot ceilings, a queen or king-sized bed, and a sitting area for two. In the morning, a delicious, homemade breakfast is served in the parlor rooms at private tables, or outside on the patio when weather permits. Stroll around the beautifully manicured grounds and stop to enjoy some time seated on benches beneath the canopy of trees.  Great care has been taken to assure an atmosphere of rest, restoration and inspiration at The Londonderry Inn.

Event & meeting space

The Inn parlor rooms, grounds, and a gorgeous conference room are an ideal venue for receptions, celebrations, business luncheons, board meetings and retreats. The conference room is a beautiful, unique space, with original stone walls, wood beams, and a gas fireplace surrounding a beautiful wood table that seats twenty. Combined with modern media technologies, this all provides an excellent space for catered receptions and corporate meetings. (See our “Corporate Packages”)

History of The Londonderry Inn

On April 5, 1844, Benjamin Hocker purchased a 163-acre lot at the corner of Lawn Road and Horseshoe Pike in Campbelltown, PA.  It is believed that he constructed the fine brick home, and opened a mercantile in the front of the house. 

Hocker's daughter Louisa married William Brunner of Jonestown, PA, and in 1858 they moved to Campbelltown where Brunner began working in his father-in-law's mercantile.  William Brunner eventually became the sole owner and operator.  The store carried a variety of items, including Queens ware, notions, drugs, boots, shoes and caps.  In 1880, Brunner retired from the business. 

The home remained in the Brunner family until 1960.  After the death of Benjamin Hocker’s only surviving daughter, Mary L. Brunner, on February 9, 1960, William Brunner Campbell, her nephew, sold the property, ending more than 100 years in the Brunner family ownership. 

After passing out of Brunner ownership, the property was sold three more times as personal residences until it was purchased on November 23, 1999, by David B. and Pamela R. Graybill and renovated into The Londonderry Inn that exists today. 

In November of 2009, The Londonderry Inn was purchased by Drs. James and Abby Abildness, whose vision for the property was not only to function as a fine Bed and Breakfast but to also serve as the headquarters to Healing Tree International.


The Londonderry Inn is nestled in the village of Campbelltown, PA, just a few miles between Lancaster County and Hershey ~ Chocolate Town U.S.A.  The Londonderry Inn is surrounded by a quaint, small-town community within the Hershey area and in the heart of Central Pennsylvania.

So come and escape to your own dream come true! 

Drs. James & Abby Abildness

OwnersAcquiring The Londonderry Inn bed and breakfast in 2006, Drs. Jim and Abby Abildness sought to establish the Inn as the main headquarters for Healing Tree International.  Along with Healing Tree's use of the facility, they wanted to continue to bless the public with one of the most elegant bed and breakfast experiences in the greater Hershey area.  It has also been a continuous part of their desire to provide a venue for events such as retreats, reunions, showers and corporate meetings.  Their vision is to provide an inspiring and exquisite atmosphere for healthful rest and refreshment. As they honor and pamper their guests, their hope is to bless each person so they will be uplifted and rejuvenated to fulfill all they were created to do.