Lambertville: home of shad chowder, Wild Bill’s Olde Fashion Soda and the Delaware/Raritan Canal.
While working in Princeton this week I got talking to a gal who can’t wait to get married. Not because of the man she intends to marry or the dress she intends to wear or the honeymoon that follows. It’s because of the historical Inn at Lambertville Station.
Located in beautiful Bucks County PA, 20 minutes from Princeton, it’s the ultimate destination for wedding planning.
With a sparkle in her eye, she described the ballroom, Delaware riverside view, story vaulted ceiling with glittering chandeliers and antique paintings.
It was obvious she had been planning her wedding since birth.
I did not get the chance to stay at the Inn but I did bunk in Lambertville with a friend. Unfortunately there was no time to sight-see. I had only enough time to snap this one photo of a historic general store covered with growing ivy.
Make sure your next NJ adventure includes pastoral Lambertville – a charming oasis resplendent with Victorian homes, tree-lined streets, antique shops and a restored canal path. The area is a mecca for railroad connoisseurs, Revolutionary War buffs and those who love the restoration of old barns and carriage houses.