The Historic Benner Mansion
Join in Allentown's revivial - hold your next special event at The Historic Benner Mansion.
Whether you're on business at St. Luke's or PPL, or a bride looking for a unique location for your special day, you'll find comfort with this historic property. Owned for a half-century by one of Allentown’s most prominent families and long the setting for some of the city’s richest social gatherings, the 18-room Historic Benner Mansion is a traditional Allentown center for memorable events. The Innkeepers have a combined 25 years in Fortune 500 corporate management and are skilled in corporate team-building and retreats.
The Historic Benner Mansion has hosted corporate and non-profit board meetings, creative leadership idea sessions, team-building, and special event gatherings.
An Architectural and Historic Treasure
The Historic Benner Mansion is here to provide you with historic and friendly accomodations, the first Bed and Breakfast in the historic community of Allentown. An architectural treasure, this Jacobean Italian Renaissance features mahogany paneling, a soaring staircase and lion motifs in the expansive Rocco plaster living room ceiling, radiators, and window-seat claw foot legs.
Located in the heart of Allentown, the third largest city in Pennsylvania, immediate to not only to Routes 78, 309. and 22 but also walkable to three of Allentown's nationally renowned parks, a world class city library, the Allentown Symphony, Allentown Art Museum, America on Wheels, Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum, regionally famous micro brewery and pub Allentown Brew Works and Zion's Church - home to the Liberty Bell during the Revoluntionary War.
Breakfast is Served
In the morning, you can treat yourself to The Historic Benner Mansion's self-serve 24/7 snack buffet featuring premium kosher offerings including gluten free, vegan/vegetarian and organic options in yogurt, juices, chocolate, muffins, breads, jams, juices, and Starbucks/Dunkin Donuts/Tazo/Twinnings coffee and tea service.
Relaxed, Family Style, Self-Serve
Enjoy relaxed, self-serve accomodations in the beauty of this lovingly restored Jacobean Italian Rennaissance mansion. A decade ago, she was boarded up and foreclosed, marred by graffitti and years of neglect. The goal was to restore this corner of the city to its former glory and help spark Allentown's rennaissance.