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"A wedding of history and hearts: Every wedding should be blessed with good weather, great spirit and lots of love. And to host it at a special venue with magic all its own is even better."
- Area Guide 2009
"A picture postcard town…..to experience Lambertville is to bring back that warm, small town feel. Plan to stay at the luxurious and comfortable Lambertville House."
- New Jersey Countryside, Summer 2009
" …built in 1812 the hotel with 26 luxe-country rooms has historic status and an on site bar with an of-the-moment martini menu.”
— Washingtonian, May 2007
"…Lambertville House historic Inn was recently honored, for the third consecutive year, with the prestigious Four Diamond Award by AAA Clubs of New Jersey.”
— AAA Magazine, 2007
"…New Hope, Pennsylvania, has long been a popular small-town escape from the city, and its draw among New Yorkers now spills across the Delaware River into Jersey, where Lambertville, all of 500 feet away, delivers the same mix of upscale chic, Deadhead vibe and antiques by the buggy load. There are plenty of bed and breakfasts…the best is the Lambertville House.”
— New York Magazine.com, 2007
"…this hotel is more than rooms. It is an historic retreat that has all the comforts of home, even a hotel bar called Left Bank Libations, a cozy lounge, and patio.”
— South Jersey Magazine, 2007
"Browsing the shops is the big attraction here and the antiquing is world-class.”
— Westchester Magazine, 2007
"Another landmark is the Lambertville House, built in 1812, which provides ideal lodging…once a stagecoach stop serving U.S. presidents and other dignitaries, as well as business leaders traveling between Philadelphia and New York.”