Welcome to
The Mansion On Hamdpen
Reading PA's Newest B&B Est. Spring 2019 (¡Hablamos Español!)
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 Enjoy Everything that The Mansion & Reading, PA  has to offer:
At The Mansion:
  • Free Continental Breakfast
  • In-Home Theater
  • Exercise Room
  • Free Wifi
  • Private Reading room
  • 3 Outdoor Patios
  • Courtyard
  • Elegant living room
  • Multiple Inviting Fireplaces
  • Rathskeller with fireplace
  • Billiards table
  • Free Therapeutics Massage Chairs
  • Public Kitchenette
  •  Nursery room
  • and more!
In Reading,PA:
  • Greater Reading Expo Center (4min drive)
  • FirstEnergy Stadium (5min drive)
  • Williams Family Restaurant (18min walk) 
  • The World Famous Pike Cafe (19min walk)
  • Lancaster, PA (LNS) (38min drive)
  • Pagoda (7min drive)
  • Santander Arena (9min drive)
  • Crystal Cave (28min drive)
  • PA Dutch Farmers Market (10min drive)
  • Reading Public Museum (13min drive)
  • GoggleWorks Center for the Arts (11min drive)
  • Nolde Forest Sawmill (17min drive)
  • VF Outlet (12min drive)
  • Mid Atlantic Air Museum (14min drive)
  • and more!
"Original chandeliers with their original cut-paper lampshades and matching side sconces still intact are as much conversation pieces as the grand piano and arch-topped black marble fireplace." - Excerpt from Berks County Living Article by Donna Reed Nov 2019.
"B&Bs have been cropping up all over the United States since 1980, often in beautifully restored historic homes like The Mansion on Hampden" - Excerpt from Reading Eagle Article by Susan L. Pena April 2019.
About The Mansion On Hampden
Built in 1929...  
The block of land purchased in 1929 (approx. 3 acres for $65,000) from wealthy industrialist and home developer George D. Horst, who owned most of the land in the city’s Hampden Heights section. In the Spring of 1930, William C Bitting--Owner of the Rosedale Knitting Mill, began construction of the mansion of one of the largest homes in Pennsylvania at 28,000 sqft.
In 1955 the property was for sale and eventually purchased by The Lutheran Home at Topton using a bequest from Elizabeth B. Caum of Bethlehem, to expand services to senior citizens. It was originally known as Caum Memorial Home and eventually, the formal name was changed to Caum Assisted Living. The facility was closed in 2005. Then later purchased by the current owner David Leeland.
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