Across the River from Bucks County, Historic New Jersey Hotel Considered Staple of Community

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Image via Lambertville House.
The historic location is still a popular stop for locals and residents.

A historic hotel just across the river from Bucks County has garnered a reputation as one of the area’s best places to stay and visit.

The Lambertville House, located at 32 Bridge Street in Lambertville, is centrally located in one of the most popular towns in the state of New Jersey.

Known for its great ambiance, food, and drinks the hotel has been used as a place to stay by hsoticial figures such as President Andrew Johnson, General Ulysses S. Grant, General Tom Thumb, Robert Lincoln, Pearl White and most recently, WWII hero General Chuck Yeager.

“Located in the very heart of Lambertville, New Jersey, Lambertville House is an elegant and sophisticated destination for your next trip,” the hotel said on its website.

“Whether you are looking for a relaxing getaway, a long weekend to celebrate a special occasion, or the perfect place for a corporate retreat, Lambertville House offers an environment that will please the most discriminating traveler.”

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