WYDNOR HALL- The luxury of home for the corporate traveler. The ultimate luxurious lodging for short or extended stays, our Bordaria Cottage is a stunning, private two story guest house. The manor house features five elegant guest rooms and suites with private bath, central air conditioning and wireless internet access. Breakfast is included in the rates. Wydnor Hall is located in the beautiful Saucon Valley. just minutes from Lehigh University, world class golf courses, Historic Bethlehem and Stabler Corporate Center. The sophisticated style and quiet elegance of our small hotel will capture you and give you a feeling of peace.
3.2 on September 30, 2013
Wydnor Hall is located on a very quiet residential street. It is very nicely decorated, just enough of stuff around to be visually amusing but not overwhelming cluttered. It is also clean. The hostest is very pleasant. The room she gave me (upgraded) was comfortable and clean. A pleasure to sleep there. The sign on the desk says breakfast 8A to 9:30A. As I 've stayed in other B&B, a notable feature is the smell of coffee brewing in the AM, there was none, or the smell of muffins being baked, there was none. When I got down stairs in the AM, I had to ask for coffee (still not smelling any). (I was the only one in the house). Finally coffee arrived (I think it was instant) Then she offered a spinach/cheese omlete, it was good. And the "pastries" offered were store bought breads. Next morning, again no wonderful cooking smells. Same coffee, store bought bread. She offered to make french toast but I did have to leave. She has a marketing brochure, which shows pictures of baked breads and talks about brandy in the living room, the latter not there. If your a foodie, don't expect anything special. If you love antiques and a beautiful 200 year old house with all the little details this is the place to go. Room Tip: All rooms looked very nice, I got to look in each of them. The whole street is quiet, would imagine each room is quiet also.
4.0 on May 25, 2013
Stayed overnight for a graduation in the area. Charming, historic inn in quiet residential area but very close to shopping and great restaurants.
5 on August 15, 2012
We're always pleased to call Wydnor Hall, our home away from home! We've enjoyed staying in either Long Suite or "The Cottage" since we began our visits to Bethlehem over 8 years ago. Highly recommend the lovely breakfasts at the Picadilly Cafe or a short jount to "The Diner". Can't wait to book our next stay.....it won't be long! Hope to meet you at Wydnor Hall.
5 on August 10, 2012
We found the in to be extremely omftorable and charming. The deor of the rooms was classical and luxurious. We are looking forward to staying there again when we are in the area
4.4 on August 02, 2012
Spent a great weekend at Wydnor Hall - close to downtown but in a quiet, pretty setting. The room was very comfortable and Innkeeper Kristina was extremely helpful with local recommendations. Breakfast at close-by Piccadelly Cafe was cheery and delicious. Very happy overall. Wydnor Hall is the perfect place for a get-away and I'll be back. Maybe Fall...
2.2 on July 12, 2012
An attractive bedroom, but the bathroom was very hot (no AC) and had peeling paint. We were informed when we got there that the B and B does not provide breakfast but instead has paid for the meal at a local cafe-- strange. The next morning as we were about to go to the cafe that it was closed! No other arrangements were made, and no discount was offered.
5 on December 14, 2011
My wife and I were overwhelmed by the charm of Wydnor Hall. The room was spacious and the bathroom was breathtaking. All the comforts was present down to the spring water at bedside, the heated towel rack, and the rubber ducky in the claw-foot tube. Our stay was truly a romantic getaway.
5 on September 05, 2011
We attended Musikfest and wanted a quiet place just outside of downtown and not a hotel on the highway. Wydnor Hall was perfect. Very clean rooms, quiet and comfortable. This old house has a very interesting history and an eclectic decor with bit of NYC flair. Breakfast was delicious! We felt right at home. Heidi Winzinger
3.8 on May 29, 2011
The inn is located 5 minutes away from Lehigh's campus, on the Saucon Valley side of the mountain, no fighting traffic to get back and forth. It's quiet and clean, with a wonderfully friendly owner who describes the "ins and outs" of your stay at the inn during check-in. The Picadilly Cafe serves a delicious breakfast with friendly staff. Wish I had discovered this inn prior to my daughter's graduation weekend, it was so much better than the cookie-cutter hotel chains in Bethlehem/Allentown.
5 on July 23, 2010
We loved celebrating our anniversary at Wydnor Hall Inn. The inn is located on a quiet country road, yet is close to outdoor activities, shopping and great restaurants. Our room was very spacious and comfortable. Breakfast at the Picadilly Cafe was excellent. I highly recommend the walnut encrusted croissant French toast. We will definitely return.
Luxurious room with double bed, private bath with Victorian claw-foot tub, cable television, and wireless internet.
Nightly Rate: $140 - $140
This fieldstone house is a secluded two-story guest suite at the Inn. It features a king-sized bed, a full private bath, and a loft on its second-floor. The first floor features a luxurious sitting area with a fireplace, a daybed for two and service pantry with refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker.
Nightly Rate: $236 - $295
Bedroom with Sitting area and Queen Sized bed - Twin Sized Day Bed for additional person in adjoining sitting room - Private bath with Steam Shower for two, Bidet - TV - Wireless Internet - 2nd floor.
Nightly Rate: $136 - $180
Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 55 miles
DIRECTIONS FROM NEW YORK/NEW JERSEY/NEWARK AIRPORT: Take Interstate 78 West to PA exit 67 (formerly exit 21), (Rt. 412 Hellertown-Bethlehem) At Exit ramp turn left onto Rt. 412 South (Main Street, Hellertown). At 4th traffic light (Murray Motors) make a right onto Water Street. In about 1 mile, turn left at the traffic light at Bingen Road, then continue .5 mile and turn at Black River Road. Cross Route 378 at traffic light. At stop sign make a left onto Old Philadelphia Pike. Wyndor Hall is quarter mile on right. From the West Take Interstate 78 East to PA exit 67 and the follow the above instructions. DIRECTIONS FROM PHILADELPHIA & PHILAELPHIA AIRPORT: Take Pennsylvania Turnpike Northeast Extension Rt. 476 to Quakertown/Rt.. 633 Ext 44 (formerly Exit 32) Make a left onto Rt. 663 North. At junction of Route 309 and Rt. 663 make a left. Follow 309 North to Rt. 378 North. Take a right onto Rt. 378 north. At fourth traffic light make a left onto Black River Road (Hess Station) At stop sign, make a left onto Old Philadelphia Pike. Wyndor Hall is quarter mile on right. DIRECTIONS FROM POCONOS AND NORTH & LEHIGH VALLEY AIRPORT: Take Pennsylvania Turnpike Northeast Extension (Rt. 476 ) South to Allentown / Rt. 22 East. Exit at Rt. 33 south to Rt. 22 West. From Rt. 22. take 378 South Exit. Follow 378 over bridge and up Wyandotte Hill. Go over the hill and at the bottom, make a right onto Black River Road (Hess Station) At stop sign, make a left onto Old Philadelphia Pike. Wyndor Hall is quarter mile on right. DIRECTIONS FROM LEHIGH VALLEY AIRPORT: Take Airport Road South to Rt. 22 East. Take Rt. 378 South and follow the above directions.
Historic Bethlehem, Lehigh University, Crayola Factory, Promenade Shops
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn
Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, VCR, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Desk, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi
Bach Festival, Musikfest, Celtic Classic, Christmas in Bethlehem
Kristina and Charles Taylor
Hungarian, English, French