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About The Sayre Mansion
The Sayre Mansion is a meticulously restored 1858 home and former residence of one of Bethlehem’s most prominent citizens, Robert Sayre.
Robert Sayre was the chief engineer of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. The Gothic Revival-style mansion he had built was among the first in the Fountain Hill district, home to some of the city’s most affluent residents and now a national historic district
The mansion sits on two scenic acres of manicured lawns and stately trees overlooking the city of Bethlehem.
There are 19 beautifully appointed classic mansion guest rooms, each with a private bath, and four suites located in the Carriage House.
The Conservatory guest room is located on the top floor, and with a roof made entirely of glass that spans the full depth of the house, offers a 180-degree view of Bethlehem.
Many guest rooms feature original details such as vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, woodwork and gold leaf ceilings.
Amenities include free high Speed WiFi, complimentary access to the nearby Steel Fitness Center Riverport, complimentary house made breakfast and an electric vehicle charging station.
The Sayre Mansion is perfect for couples, families, business travel, intimate weddings and corporate meetings.
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