Sayre Mansion Inn offers all the amenities of a modern hotel with a blend of old-world elegance and full corporate services (email the innkeeper for corporate rate information). Each beautifully restored room is unique in design and appearance, but all come with a full, hearty breakfast and the gracious attention of the Sayre Mansion Inn staff.
The recently refurbished Carriage House has a varied history and features architectural elements as unique as the main house. The spacious suites retain the historical ambiance and “living quarter” feel of the original building.
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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, … Read More
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, … Read More
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. … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More
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 … Read More