BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA PROPERTY EST. 1858 Distinction, elegance, and graciousness are the hallmarks of The Sayre Mansion in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, a property framed by the swaying branches of century-old trees and the picturesque beauty of the lush landscape. Built more than 150 years ago in the 1850s—the first house built in the upscale area of Fountain Hill—the mansion was first home to Robert Heysham Sayre, chief engineer of the Lehigh Valley Railroad. Now meticulously restored to maintain historic details, this Gothic Revival-style mansion showcases a beautiful brick façade and grand entrance, in addition to 19 classic mansion guestrooms and three sumptuous Carriage House Suites, each offers Old World refinement and modern embellishment. The institutions created and guided by Sayre were laid out around The Sayre Mansion— Lehigh Valley Railroad, Lehigh University, St. Luke’s Hospital, Bethlehem Iron Works, and more. CONVERTED INN CHARMING SERVICE BLENDED DÉCOR GOTHIC REVIVAL AMENITIES 19 mansion guestrooms and 3 Carriage House Suites. Each with fine linens, private bath, air-conditioning, cable TV, wireless Internet access, and voicemail. On-site business center, weddings and celebrations venue, meeting room, and corporate rates. Access to off-site, full-service fitness center. DINING A full and hearty complimentary breakfast is offered to all guests of The Sayre Mansion. Surrounding areas offer endless choices for dining, including at least five restaurants within walking distance of the mansion. LOCATION With blocks from the historic center of Bethlehem, Lehigh University, St. Luke’s Hospital, Steel Stacks Performing Arts Center, Sands Casino, and attractions and activities of Lehigh Valley. 90-minute drive to New York City, Philadelphia, and the Pocono Mountains. Lehigh Valley Airport: 6 miles, 10 minutes. 250 Wyandotte Street Bethlehem, PA 18015 T 610.882.2100
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