The Sun Inn is looking for experienced restaurateurs to run a restaurant on the second floor of the historic building in downtown Bethlehem.
The current restaurant will temporarily close after May 31 until the board of directors enters into a new agreement.
"Having a restaurant as part of the experience in the Sun Inn is important to us,” said Bucky Szulborski, innkeeper. "We want visitors and locals alike to sit and enjoy this beautiful building."
The Sun Inn will remain open on weekends and during special events for self-guided tours, said Szulborski. It's also available for private functions.
"During this transition, we want to continue to encourage visitors and volunteers to support the preservation of our local history," said Szulborski. "There is so much to experience here and we will continue to offer unique opportunities, like our ghost hunts, yoga lunches and member events, to keep the Sun Inn as an active part of our community."
The Sun Inn is a restoration of a 1758 building, which functioned as an inn on Main Street in Bethlehem from 1760 to the late 1960s.