ESCAPE TO THE SAYRE MANSION

Step out of the ordinary and into the gracious hospitality and distinctive lodging of the Sayre Mansion, circa 1858. A favorite among hotels in Bethlehem PA, we are known for offering luxurious accommodations, historic charm and refined services for individual travelers and select groups.

Whether your visit to the Lehigh Valley is for business, pleasure or a romantic escape, you will love the Sayre Mansion’s meticulously restored guest suites and rooms, private event venues and our attention to detail. With our complimentary Innkeeper’s breakfast, free WIFI and prime location, you’re in the perfect place to enjoy all that Bethlehem has to offer.

The Sayre Mansion is footsteps from Lehigh University, St. Luke’s Hospital, the Steel Stacks Performing Arts Center and the excitement of the Sands Casino. Plus, we are close to many corporate headquarters, Lehigh Valley Airport and the areas best restaurants.

Make the most of your visit to the Lehigh Valley. Enjoy the experience of the Sayre Mansion, Bethlehem’s favorite boutique hotel.

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  • Room 35

    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.

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  • Room 33

    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.

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  • Room 31

    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.

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  • Room 22

    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.

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  • Room 14

    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.

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  • Room 34

    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.

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  • Room 32

    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.

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  • Room 28

    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.

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  • Room 25

    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.

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  • Room 24

    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.

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  • Room 15

    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.

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  • Room 27

    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.

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  • Room 26

    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.

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  • Room 23

    The former sanctuary of the mistress of the house, this pleasant and spacious room of Mrs. Sayre presents a king bed, large armoire, and a two-sided table desk with matching chairs. Large windows overlook the back lawns and a glowing electric fireplace adds warmth to cool nights. Features include a wingback reading chair, antique dresser/cabinet, cable TV, and a private bath with a pedestal sink and large shower.

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  • Room 21

    Once part of Robert Sayre's library, Room 21 is now one of the inn's most spacious accommodations. Decorated in rich tones of gold and red, the room features a king bed, antique settee, writing desk, and cable TV. Original goldleaf ceilings were once the grand summit of Sayre's private study and represent a wonderful example of Gothic Revival architecture. The private bath features a pedestal sink and shower.

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  • Room 20

    Once part of Robert Sayre's library, Room 20 is now a very large, light-filled guestroom. With big picture windows and shades of rose and green, this room features a king bed, a plush red sofa, an antique armoire, and cable TV. Original goldleaf ceilings were once the grand summit of Sayre's private study and represent a wonderful example of Gothic Revival architecture. The private bath features a pedestal sink and shower.

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  • Room 12

    Located in a first-floor corner, this secluded room looks out on the back lawns and features lovely antique furniture, including a marble-topped dresser and matching marble-topped nightstands. Offering plenty of elbow room, this large space also features a king bed, black marble electric fireplace, cable TV, a writing desk, and a private bath with pedestal sink and shower.

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  • Robert Sayre Library

    This spacious and secluded two-room suite was once part of the private library of Robert Sayre, the original owner of the mansion. Featuring a large bedroom and a separate sitting room/library with the original vaulted ceiling and chandelier, this literary haven today contains two floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and an electric fireplace surrounded in marble. The bedroom offers a king bed, dresser with mirror, arm chair, cable TV, and a high-backed red loveseat.

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  • The Hayloft

    Located in the third floor loft, this special suite features dormered ceilings and furniture and accessories adorned in soft shades of straw and green. Its tree-top setting provides stunning views of the "Star of Bethlehem" on South Mountain Street and the Lehigh Campus on the hillside. The living room offers overstuffed chairs, a daybed to sleep a third person and a flat-screen TV. The bedroom features a king bed and an additional flat-screen TV. The unique bath offers a deluxe, glass-tiled walk-in shower and slate floors. Accommodates three guests.

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  • Conservatory

    Offering a 180-degree bird's-eye view of Bethlehem, the fabulous Conservatory is the most unique room in the mansion (perhaps in the entire town!). Spanning the full depth of the house, this roof-top refuge fills with morning light and offers breathtaking tree-lined views. More modern in design than the rest of the inn, this special suite features a sleekly styled queen bed with matching end tables, and a sitting area with a full-sized sofa, coffee table, and matching chairs. A trickling wall fountain, electric Franklin-stove fireplace, cable TV, and lush green plants add to the room’s appeal. The private bath has a pedestal sink and shower.

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  • Suite 3

    Suite Three is slightly larger than Suite One, and offers the same lovely view, but with a higher vantage point. The large living room — a perfect spot for a private meeting or gathering with friends – features a pull-out queen sofa bed, loveseat, electric fireplace, leather wingback chairs, a flat-screen TV, DVD, CD with I-pod doc and desk. The bedroom offers a king bed, leather wingback chairs and an additional flat-screen TV. A spacious bath features a whirlpool tub and walk-in shower. Accommodates four guests.

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  • Suite 1

    Suite One overlooks the beautiful Cathedral Church of the Nativity and offers an expansive view of South Bethlehem and the Sayre Mansion grounds. Located on the ground floor, Suite One features a large living room with pullout queen sofa bed, loveseat, electric fireplace, flat-screen TV, DVD, CD with I-pod doc and desk. A special feature of Suite One is the exquisite Bethlehem landscape photography of artist JJ Jackson. The bedroom offers a king bed and an additional flat-screen TV. A spacious bath features a whirlpool tub and walk-in shower. Accommodates four guests.

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