A black sign with white letters on a cloudy day at The Seipsville Inn.

The Seipsville Inn

About The Inn

In 1760, Henry Hoagland sold land along the west side of Old Nazareth Road to a settler named Peter Seip. Shortly thereafter, in honor of Peter Seip, this area became known as Seipsville. Seipsville has revealed its unique and original eighteenth-century architecture and stonework in a venue that provides the warm and inviting atmosphere for your corporate event, intimate gathering or banquet.

2912 Old Nazareth Rd, Easton, Pennsylvania 18045