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Chimney Hill Estate Inn
207 Goat Hill Road
Lambertville, NJ 08530
USA
Phone: +1--6093971516
Fax: +1--6093979353
Toll-free: +1--8002114667

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"Meet the Boy's" of Chimney Hill Alpacas. 
Alpacas are very special and come from Peru.
Chimney HIll Alpacas are bred and raised here on the property.
No visit is complete without a visit to see these magical animals. Bring your camera and take lot's of pictures!
We also offer a gift shop with a selection of Alpaca products in the Main Estate House.Barn Suite 3 is located in the circa 1940 renovated Post and Beam barn. This unique private and romantic accommodation offer a special enviroment for lovers. Featuring a two person jacuzzi and shower, fireplace and a lofted queen bed, televisions  player and free access to wireless internet.
Enchanted Romantic Country Wedding's! A very special location for your wedding. Let our professional Wedding Designer and Planner help you plan your magical wedding with you.Chimney Hill Estate 1820 Dinning Room. Our lovely and cozy Dinning Room was featured as on the cover of New Jersey Country Roads Magazine. Host your Intimate Wedding, Family Reunion or your next Private Business Retreat here, in this enchanted enviornment.
Barn Suite 4  boasting a 2 person Jacuzzi Room. Fireplace, private bath, spiral stairs, lofted bedroom with plush queen bed, tv, fridge, microwave, coffee and tea caddy.The Stone Sun Room at Chimney Hill Estate Inn is without a doubt our guests favorite space in the Inn. The Stone room is where we host our guest reception with seasonal adult beverages. Wine and Cheese to Sangria and Tapas. It is also available to you  sipping sherry and reading your favorite novel while sitting by a cozy fireplace during a winter snow or watching the amazing sunsets across the meadows of the farm.
Our Living Room- featuring a warm fireplace, antique Baby Grand Piano is the perfect place to relax.There is also access to complimentary high speed wireless.Located in the Ol Barn Inn Barn Suite 4- is drenched in wonderful warm Tuscan Colors. Spiral Stairs leading to your lofted Bedroom.
Two sided fire place with a Guest Comfort Pantry including Refridgerator, Microwave, Coffee and Tea Valet with Snacks. Two person Jacuzzi and shower.
Very Private , Very Intimate!
Located in the circa 1940 renovated Post and Beam Barn Barn Suite 2 offers a first floor queen accommodation with outside patio and bistro seating. Enjoy a 6.5' bubble jet tub with Euro Shower, fireplace, tv, fridge, microwave, coffee and tea caddy.Barn Suite 2 a unique first floor accommodation with a comfortable queen bed. Luxuriate in your 6.5' bubble jet tub with Euro Shower, cuddle-up in front of the fireplace watch your favorite tv program keep a chill on your bottle of champagne in your personal fridge, or make some pop corn in your microwave, brew your own cup of morning coffee or tea caddy and enjoy it on your private deck or access to wireless internet all from the comfort of your private barn suite.
The Rooms in the Estate house are authentic circa 1927. Decorated by Designers during the Designer Showcase they are nicely appointed.Treetop Retreat is so quiet and private. You can relax, read or just take a long nap. Enjoy!
The 1940 renovated Post and Beam Barn known as the Ol Barn Inn, offers  unique lodging in a very private location with unique romantic Luxury Suites. Ol' Barn Board Room- A favorite choice for many Fortune 500 Companies to host their exclusive meetings and business retreats. Chimney Hill Estate offers a discrete environment. Call our professional meeting planner today. Our business is to help you do yours.
A Grand Place to be at Christmas. Our guests are invited to return to the Inn for our annual holiday friends of Chimney Hill Christmas Gathering. Not to be missed.Magical Garden Weddings at Chimney Hill Estate Inn
Chimney Hill Carriage House offers accomodations for Business meetings/retreats and team building weddings. 
Call our professional event planner to make all your arrangements.Chimney Hill Estate is located on 8 1/2 acres of lawns and garden. Bordered by a wooded area and our boutique Alpaca farm. The property is a wonderful location to host a wedding, fund raiser  or coctail reception.
Christmas at Chimney Hill Estate Inn!
Warm and Cozy. Memories of a lifetime are waiting for you!Come home for the Holidays!
The New York Times called this historic home an architectural treasure. The home was designed by Margaret Spencer; Margaret Fulton Spencer was one of the first female practicing architects in the United States. She married artist Robert Spencer in 1914, and they settled in New Hope. A specialist in restoring early fieldstone farmhouses, she also designed interiors for clients. After Robert Spencer's death in 1931, Margaret traveled to Africa and lived in Paris, where she worked for American architectural firm, and exhibited at the Paris Salon. The home was constructed by the finest craftsman in Bucks County for the Hunt family in 1927.