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What a beautiful inn! From reservations to check out everyone was extremely helpful. The room was comfortable and the bathroom larger than I expected for an inn. The food was excellent. Half of our party got up early (6 a.m.) and the kitchen staff made...More
This was our yearly holiday visit to Bethlehen and Sayre Mansion did not disappoint. Another beautiful clean room on the 3rd floor. Beds super comfy with plush linens. Breakfast next morning - OUTSTANDING. Eggnog french toast, crispy bacon, parmesan herb eggs, fresh fruit, pastries and...More
Extremely nice inn. Nice staff, nicely decorated room, good breakfast. We will be back!
Ask for the room on the top floor that has a a completely glass ceiling. Just beautiful! We loved it! Though if you are someone who needs complete dark to sleep,...More
I stayed in Rm 34 for a college tour of Lehigh. The hotel is nice and historic. Room 34 however needs some serious window maintenance. The room faces the road from the third floor and also train yard. The storm windows are thin and the...More
We stayed here for two nights and I wish we could have stayed longer. Everything about this mansion was perfect.
Our room was beautiful, and the bed was so comfortable.
The staff was warm and friendly. We will definitely come to Bethlehem and stay here...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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