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Discover the gracious hospitality and modern comforts of the Sayre Mansion, circa 1858. We're Bethlehem's favorite boutique hotel offering luxurious accommodations, historic charm, Free WIFI and a delicious complimentary Innkeeper's breakfast daily. Whether your visit to the Lehigh...
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My wife and I spent one night at the Sayre when we came back into town for closing on the sale of our house in Center Valley. As a long-time prof at Lehigh, I had, over the years, many opportunities to have breakfast with job...More
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Response from jeanne g, Owner at The Sayre Mansion InnResponded August 24, 2017
We are so sorry to hear of your disappointment with your recent stay at Sayre Mansion. After hearing your description of your stay I feel we could have done better in explaining our situation with the roof. We discovered a leak in the slate tiled...More
Our first time at this B&B
- Friendly Staff
- EZ to Sands concert hall
- Great Breakfast
- Needs Over Haul Update
- I would start updating Carpeting, walls, doors, door knobs
- the view is of the run down closed Bethlehem steel mill
Stayed here for one night after attending Musikfest. Park your car here and walk to the festival. Relaxing atmosphere, friendly staff, good breakfast, too. Lovely, spacious room, nice and quiet. Especially nice for couples.
Response from jeanne g, Owner at The Sayre Mansion InnResponded July 17, 2017
Thank you for staying with us while you were attending Musikfest. We look forward to another wonderful year for Musikfest and hope you will join us again.
We stayed one night. Lovely room, nice staff, delicious breakfast. Will be back when visiting Bethlehem at Christmas time.
Btw in view of some other reviews, I asked ahead not to be upstairs and also determined that there was not a wedding party filling up...More
We splurged and stayed in the Conservatory Room. It was gorgeous and super unique. I wouldn't say the staff were very friendly. In comparison to other B & B's I've stayed at, the staff here were quite cold and distant. Not rude, but not friendly...More
When the room is listed with a bath with whirlpool tub or jacuzzi there are bathrobes provided. In the rooms our family stayed in there were no bathrobes as we had bathrooms with tub and shower or just a shower.
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"There are several rooms on the first floor. Room 15 is wheelchair accessible."