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Savor the rich history of the Sayre Mansion Inn in the unparalled luxury and comfort of its twenty-one antique-filled rooms and suites. All have private bath, wireless internet, telephone, remote-control TV and state-of-the-art temperature control systems. This meticulously-restored mansion offers all the amenities of a modern hotel with a blend of full corporate service and Old World elegance. A uniquely handsome conference room accomodates up to forty guests, in complete privacy. Fax machine, copier, and catered meals are available for the asking. Indoor receptions are held in our pair of elegant parlors, each with its own fireplace. Our picturesque grounds offer an ideal setting for combined indoor and outdoor affairs, for corporate and social occasions.
Spacious room with King sized bed and large private baths with pedestal sink and large shower. All of our King rooms are unique, amenities can include luxury linens, cable TV, desks, reading chairs, and antiques.
Double Queen room with private bathroom.
Queen Bedroom with private bathroom.
Standard Queen with private bathroom.
This charming first floor room offers a bedroom with queen bed and comfy sitting area. Step outside to a small private patio with a backyard view. The sitting area loveseat pulls out into a twin bed for an optional third person.
Located next to the mansion kitchen, this first-floor room sits far from the other guestrooms and is the only one with a bathtub/shower combination in the private bath. Decorated with green tones and floral prints, the room features a queen bed, a dinette table and chairs, a plush arm chair and ottoman, cable TV, and a dresser with mirror.
Charming and bright, this second-floor room features a queen bed, a comfy wingback chair and a matching antique dresser and dressing table (with mirror). The private bath features a pedestal sink and shower.
This sunny room features a sitting nook that overlooks the inn’s front lawns. With floor-to-ceiling windows, a vibrant red antique loveseat, and a writing desk, it’s a great spot to finish that novel or write postcards to friends. Other features include a queen bed with an intricate antique headboard, cable TV, and a private bath with pedestal sink and shower.
This second-floor room was originally part of Robert Sayre’s bedroom suite and features a queen bed with a unique, partially canopied headboard and a sturdy antique arm chair that once served a pastor in a Pennsylvania church. Other room features include a writing desk, two modern arm chairs, cable TV, and a large armoire. The private bath features a pedestal sink and shower.
Awash in a lovely shade of green, this spacious and serene room offers two queen beds, a large hand-carved armoire, a charming window nook with a table and antique carved chairs, and a comfy wingback chair. Other features include cable TV and a private bath with pedestal sink and shower.
Spacious and airy, this lavender and gold room offers matching queen beds with peaked oak headboards and a large armoire. Features include cable TV, a dresser, a plush chair, and one of the largest private baths in the mansion with a pedestal sink and shower.
Located at the end of the second-floor hall, this secluded room is a restful haven in a calming shade of lavender. Featuring a queen bed with an antique headboard and an Asian-style antique dressing table and mirror, the room overlooks the back lawns and terrace. Other features include a dresser, cable TV, and a private bath with pedestal sink and shower.
Cozy and peaceful in a lovely shade of lavender, this third-floor overlooks the back lawns. Features include a queen bed, armoire, writing desk and cable TV. The private bath offers a pedestal sink and shower.
Decorated in soothing cream tones and rich antique woods, this room offers sleeping space for three – with one queen bed and one twin. Features include a pair of comfy wingback chairs, cable TV, dresser, and a reading table. The private bath features a pedestal sink and shower.
Overlooking the front lawns, this sunny third-floor room features an antique carved-wood bedroom set with queen bed, dresser, and writing desk. A restful reading chair sits in the front window. The private bath features a pedestal sink and shower.
Bright and cheery, this third-floor room features peaked gothic windows that let in streams of sunlight. Yellow walls and blue accents are reminiscent of French Country style – with matching antique furniture and floral prints. Amenities include cable TV, a private bath with pedestal sink and shower, a writing desk, a wingback chair, a queen bed, and a twin bed in a small side room.
Tucked into a third-floor corner, this delightful room is secluded and quiet. A peaked gothic window lets in the light and a panel in the mahogany dresser folds down into a writing desk. Amenities include a queen bed, cable TV, and a private bath with pedestal sink and shower.
Queen with Twin and private bathroom.
3.6 on July 30, 2014
We had a wonderful experience in February when we stayed at Sayre but this time we were disappointed. The parking lot was full when we returned from having dinner. Why?? No one was available for complaints. The room that we were in had an A/C that kicked on and off all night and it kept my wife awake. The mattress in the room was listed as a queen but in fact was a full . It was also the softest mattress we have ever been in and kept rolling into the middle. Not fun. Sadly, we will probably not return.
5 on July 28, 2014
I have stayed at The Sayre Mansion Inn many times, both on business and for pleasure with my wife. It is always a wonderful ecperience. The Inn itself is beautiful, and the staff is superlative. Rooms are well furnished and meticulously clean. Free wifi is a bonus.Breakfast is always delicious, and the choices are excellent. There are many truly excellent restaurants nearby. I always look forward to my next visit
4.0 on July 21, 2014
This is a little piece of tranquility in South Bethlehem. My friend grew up in South Bethlehem and always wanted to go into the home. I gave him an overnight there for his 61st birthday. The room was above our expectations. We had a nice leisurely breakfast and spent time on the front porch enjoying the architecture over coffee. We walked the grounds admiring the abundant flowers and flowering shrubs before leaving for the day. The staff was attentive and we felt welcomed. This truly is a gem!
5 on July 20, 2014
Lovely grounds and furnishing, responsive staff and a fabulous breakfast
5 on July 13, 2014
My husband and I had a wonderful time at the Sayre Mansion. The staff was friendly and attentive, our room was beautiful and clean, the property was meticulously maintained, and breakfast was delicious. We would definitely recommend this B&B to anyone traveling in the area. It's located right across the bridge from downtown Bethlehem. It is possible to walk into town, if you like longer walks, but I think most people would choose to drive. Our room was one of the least expensive, located on the third floor. It was very spacious and featured a lovely view, a very comfortable bed, and a sitting area with two chairs (very nice for watching a little TV in the evening). Our room was toward the front of the house, and we did note that the train that passes by several times a day can be heard. Considering the history of the house and its original owner, the proximity to the railroad makes perfect sense, but it is worth noting if that is something that would bother you. We definitely plan to visit again.
5 on July 13, 2014
I was simply looking for a place to stay the weekend for a business trip that wouldn't kill my budget, but was a nice place to stay. I got way more than I bargained for at the Sayre Mansion Inn. The staff was eager and helpful, friendly beyond compare. The room was cozy and quiet. The surrounding grounds are beautiful and perfect for reading or catching up on emails. To top it all off the breakfast was probably the best I've had in months! My only regret is that I wasn't able to extend my meeting so that I could have spent more time there! I will be returning here in the very near future.
3.0 on July 04, 2014
The staff and innkeepers were pleasant, and Lola the house dog was a real treat. The rooms are kept very clean, although there were a few stains on the blanket. The king-sized bed was great, and the mattress could not have been more soft or cushioned. The food was average, nothing to brag about, and I only wish they left out more pastries in the day. Overall it was a pleasant stay, and I would likely revisit sometime in the future
4.0 on June 23, 2014
We had a very pleasant stay at the Sayre Mansion. The rooms were very nice and the breakfast was great. We would definitely return if we find ourselves in the area again.
4.0 on June 17, 2014
Gorgeous setting an nd the porch is perfect for enjoying a cigar and company.
3.8 on June 12, 2014
Allentown, PA (LVI-Lehigh Valley International) 5 miles
Route 22 east toward bethlehem/easton to 378 south. go over the Hill to Hill bridge and at the second stop light, 3rd street, make a right. make the next immediate right into our parking lot.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Casino, Concert venue, Historical interests, Nature area, Musikfest, Chrishondlemast, Domey Park and more., Sands Casino Bethlehem, Lehigh University, River, Ruins, Ski area, Winery
Historic Inn, Urban Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, VCR, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Our homemade four grain hot cereal.