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The Five-Point Weekend Escape Plan

Trolling for Treasures in Lambertville, New Jersey

On the heels of an upscale revival, this sleepy Delaware River town brims with discoveries.

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1. Where to Stay


The Woolverton Inn  

An eyesore for years, historic (circa 1812) Lambertville House (from $200), a former stagecoach stop, has transformed into the town’s most upscale digs. For ultimate seclusion, book one of the carriage-house suites.

B&Bs abound, but a fave is York Street House (from $185), which loves solo travelers and serves up a multicourse, candlelit breakfast.

The nearby thirteen-room Woolverton Inn (from $145) is a country estate where Ella Fitzgerald and the Supremes reportedly hung out. Most popular is the two-story Sojourn, a travel-themed cottage loft which comes with a bathtub (and bath hammock) for two.

If oriental rugs, baby grand piano, and a resident family of alpacas are more your style, book the Chimney Hill Inn (from $135).


Published on Nov 15, 2006 as a web exclusive.

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