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My husband I were driving across Pennsylvania to get to New York. We arrived at the Sayre Mansion Bed and Breakfast at about 1 am and were greeted kindly and efficiently. The mansion is beautifully furnished and decorated, the beds were comfortable, the bathrooms were...More
Great location, walking distance (really!) to the historic center of Bethlehem. Staff very responsive to minor problems. Look forward to making this a regular stop on our New Orleans/Boston drive. Some other reviewers complained about street noise and train whistles. We did not find that...More
My girl and I needed an escape and tried to book a B&B in or near New Hope. There was nothing available, so fate offered us this gem in Bethlehem.
The service of all employees from check in to breakfast service to housekeepers to checkout...More
The Sayre Mansion is a very lovely place to stay. The staff was friendly, and although we did not partake in the breakfast, the fresh backed cookies that they have available all day long were delicious. The room was very clean and cozy as well...More
The Sayre Mansion is situated on the hill over the river near Liehigh University on the other side of historic Bethlehem. The Inn is in a beautiful old mansion and with reasonable price. Plenty of parking space with free good strong free WiFi. I got...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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"Call to ask for room recommendations but don't overlook the carriage house."