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Visit Charming Chimney Hill Estate Inn this Fall and Holiday Season

  
  
  
  
  
  

If you're looking for a serene, beautiful location to enjoy the beauty of the fast approaching Christmas holidays, look no further than the Chimney Hill Estate Inn located in Lambertville, PA. Situated just miles away from the Delaware River and other quaint nearby towns, while staying at the Chimney Hill Estate Inn you're within minutes from darling theaters, shops, cafes, restaurants and some of the most breathtaking sights Pennsylvania has to offer. During your stay with us, you can enjoy all that this one of a kind bed and breakfast and Alpaca-Llama farm have to offer.


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At the Chimney Hill Estate Inn, you'll arrive and be instantly treated like family as you're greeted by our gracious staff. Your choice of rooms includes thirteen distinct rooms decorated with a variety period pieces. All rooms feature queen or king bedding, private baths and most fireplaces and private jacuzzis.

When you awake, you'll enjoy a delicious homemade breakfast in our 1820 colonial dining room. Chef's Choice Breakfast includes Cranberry Cream French Toast, Blueberry pancakes, made to order omelettes and Quiche Lorraine accompanied by fresh fruit, sweet breaks coffee, juice and teas.


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During your stay at in Lambertville at the famous Chimney Hill Estate Inn, your within minutes from a wide variety of area attractions. If you have a passion for art and antiques, you'll be happy to know that Lambertville is known as the art and antique mecca. Lambertvile boasts charming Victorian style buildings filled with art galleries, theaters, restaurants and antique shops. If shopping is on your itinerary, the Chimney Hill Estate Inn is minutes from one of the best flea markets across the globe and the Liberty Village Premium Outlets.


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If recreation is your forte, the Chimney Hill Estate Inn is in close proximity to activities for the whole family. Minutes away is the Delaware Canal State Park, a national historic landmark. There you can partake in some of the most picturesque mountain biking trails around. Also nearby is the Delaware River where you can enjoy water tubing and rafting. If you're a thrill seeker, take to the skies with some hot air ballooning. For beautiful walks and a relaxing afternoon, enjoy the meadows, woodlands and creeks among an ever changing sea of wildflowers at Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve.

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The Chimney Hill Estate Inn is also the ideal location if business brings you into the area. Our well-equipped suites are the perfect alternative to your average hotel options. We offer all the amenities you'll need including data ports, television, phones and complimentary internet as well. Our suites also feature a butler's pantry, including a microwave, coffee maker, refrigerator and snacks. We also have business meeting facilities available for conferences. Whether you're in town for business or you have your family in tow and prefer all the amenities of a suite, the Chimney Hill Estate Inn can provide you with just about any accommodation you desire. Chimney Hill Estate Inn offers competitive individual and group rates to fit just about any budget. Individual stays start at $135 per night and it includes breakfast to go and coffee. Corporate rates, packages and senior discounts are also available.

Howell Living History Farm - Horse drawn Hayrides, Wreath & Sleighbell sale!

  
  
  
  
  
  
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Thanksgiving Hayrides, Wreath & Sleighbell Sale

Sleighbells will ring at the Farm on Saturday, November 27 when the Farm holds its annual Thanksgiving program featuring free horsedrawn hayrides, a wreath and sleighbell sale, and a special children's craft program.

Horsedrawn hayrides (or sleighrides!) will be offered on a continuous basis from 11:00am-3:00pm. There is no charge for the rides, but everyone is encouraged to bring a non-perishable food stuff to donate to the Trenton area food bank as a thank you for the wagon ride. At 3:00pm, donors will be eligible to win doorprizes--including bells worn by the Farm's horses. 

Sleighbells will be sold throughout the day by The Friends of Howell Farm to benefit the Farm's restoration projects. The bells are made by harnessmaker Mervin Martin, who makes the harnesses and sleighbells worn by the Farm's workhorses. Brass and nickel plated bells will be sold in straps of six, twelve and twenty bells. Reproduction cast bells, bell door ringers and bell ornaments will also be available.

Other holiday items featured at the annual fundraiser include fresh evergreen wreaths and doorhangings; baskets of the Farm's flour, honey and maple syrup; and beautiful handmade items sewn by the Pleasant Valley Stitchers.

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