The Sayre Mansion

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Distinction, elegance, and graciousness are the hallmarks of The Sayre Mansion in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, a former mansion 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 four sumptuous Carriage House Suites, each offers Old World refinement and modern embellishment.

Location Map

Explore the Colonial Industrial Quarter, the Crystal Cave, the National Museum of Industrial History, and SteelStacks moments away.

Discover

Discover the Gothic Revival brick-style façade ofThe Sayre Mansion, a romantic, thoughtfully restored property in the historic Fountain Hill neighborhood of Bethlehem.

Explore

Explore SteelStacks, the repurposed Bethlehem Steel plant, which now houses arts, educational, and musical events year-round.

Experience

Experience 18th-century farm life at the Burnside Plantation.

Taste

Taste a delightful complimentary breakfast served in the elegant dining room at the Sayre Mansion.

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