Posted on May 18, 2009 | Comments 0
Cape May is a charming and quaint town on the Atlantic coast of New Jersey.
Visitors flock to this fabulous vacation destination each year for the sun, sand and its small town atmosphere.
There is much more to Cape May than just her fabulous beaches, but you need a place to lay your head at the end of the day.
A Bed & Breakfast is ideal for a lodging option. A Bed & Breakfast is much more personal than if you stay at a hotel. You will find yourself on a first name basis with the other guests and your hosts.
The Queen Victoria
This B&B is said to be one of the most renowned in the country and has been welcoming tourists since 1980. The Queen Victoria offers guests beach chairs and towels, free use of the bicycles on the premises, rooms with whirlpool tubs, a full breakfast buffet and an afternoon tea you won’t want to miss because of the savory treats and self-indulgent sweets.
It’s just a short block to the ocean; you can walk to the mall and can take a bicycle ride to the Cape May Point Lighthouse. It is right in the center of Cape May and within easy access of all the charm you came to Cape May to enjoy.
Victorian Lace Inn
A typical seaside residence that is a slice of heaven for couples as well as families is what you’ll find at the Victorian Lace Inn. Not only does it have visual appeal, each suite is lovingly decorated complete with a kitchenette and a living area.
You can have coffee or breakfast out on the front porch just a few feet from the sea. In the winter, curl up in a comfy chair by the fireplace with a good book.
The Gingerbread House
You will have to move fast to beat Hansel and Gretel to the Gingerbread House. Only a few steps from the ocean, the inn is said to be situated on one of Cape May’s most famous blocks. It is a masterpiece of woodworking and decorated with taste and flair.
The rooms are bright and airy; the porches are filled with comfortable wicker furniture beckoning guests to sit awhile. In the morning a full breakfast is served complete with homemade coffeecakes and granola.
Afternoons signal the serving of tea to guests and rooms have LED televisions, AC, a refrigerator and a shower outdoors to rinse off the salt and sand when you return from the beach.
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