York Street House Bed and Breakfast Inn is a gracious thirteen-room Manor House located in the historic town of Lambertville, in New Jersey. Built in 1909 by early industrialist George Massey, it was a twenty-fifth wedding anniversary gift for his beloved wife. Massey was one of the early industrialists who settled his family in this river village just after the turn of the century. In 1911, the home was featured as House & Garden magazine's "Home of the Year."
Today the York Street House is an elegant Bed and Breakfast inn. The heart of the inn features a winding three-story staircase that leads to six guest rooms, with queen or king size canopy beds. All rooms have private baths. The public rooms are warmed by Mercer tile fireplaces and a Waterford crystal chandelier. Guests of York Street House will revel in this spacious, luxurious home.