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The Sayre Mansion

The Sayre Mansion in BethlehemThe Sayre Mansion in Bethlehem

Overview

Affording gracious hospitality and distinct refined accommodations, The Sayre Mansion is a preserved hallmark illustrating the origins and cultivation of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley. Built in 1858, the Gothic Revival brick-style property was originally used as the private home of Robert Heysham Sayre, an industrial engineer, prominent businessman, and pioneer citizen that stimulated the founding of Bethlehem's infrastructure to become the city that remains today.

Settled on two-acres of brilliant landscape lined with century-old trees, The Sayre Mansion boasts 22 thoughtfully-restored guestrooms and suites, each exhibiting a unique design and style. A romantic retreat with complimentary breakfast, the charming centrally-located hotel is a treasured haven offering the natural beautiful outdoors with a blend of an old-world sophistication and the convenience of modern amenities. A choice destination for vacationers and business travelers alike, The Sayre Mansion defines the warm hospitality and exceptional service that create an unforgettable experience.

Original Property Opened: 1858

Contact Information
250 Wyandotte Street
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
18018

Industry & Upheaval, 1849 ~ 1859

Affording gracious hospitality and distinct refined accommodations, The Sayre Mansion is a preserved hallmark illustrating the origins and cultivation of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and the Lehigh Valley.

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