Experience exceptional hospitality at The Queen Victoria® Bed & Breakfast, in Cape May, New Jersey. The Queen Victoria® is perfectly located in the heart of Victorian Cape May, one block from the Atlantic Ocean, historic tours, fine restaurants, and shopping. Enjoy the facilities of three impeccably restored 1880s homes and an 1876 gambling parlor with picturesque porches, comfortable parlors with fireplaces, and pantry areas always available to you. Savor a generous breakfast served buffet style and afternoon tea in the British fashion with decadent sweets and savories served on the porches or in front of a glowing fireplace. We offer lodging that you will remember for years to come. Choose between thirty five inviting rooms and suites skillfully blending period antiques and handmade quilts with the modern conveniences of air conditioning, television, and mini-refrigerators. All have a private bath, many with a whirlpool tub. Some rooms and suites have a romantic gas-log fireplace. For your convenience, we offer complimentary bicycles and beach chairs during your stay, as well as free wireless internet throughout the inn.
Welcom to The Henry Sawyer Inn, a 1877 Victorian gable-roofed cottage-style home lovingly restored to its original elegance. The Henry Sawyer Inn is centrally located on quiet, residential, gas-lit Columbia Avenue in Cape May, New Jersey's primary historic district. The Inn offers beautiful rooms and suites in a gracious and welcoming environment reminiscent of a bygone era, yet filled with modern amenities. Unwind on the Inn’s spacious and breezy veranda, relax in the Inn’s comfortable and beckoning parlor, enjoy the parlor’s crackling fireplace, delight in the Inn’s extensive Hummel collection, needlework and other art which decorate this special Inn throughout. The beautifully appointed Inn is open year round, offering wonderful summer vacations, romantic weekend getaways, unique decorations at Christmas and pure relaxation anytime. The Inn is located in the heart of the historic district. From the Inn, it is a short walk to the Washington Street Mall, Washington Square stores, major antiques shops, tennis courts, ocean promenade and beach, as well as Cape May's fine restaurants and unique theater.
Noted for warm hospitality, the Albert Stevens Inn was built around 1898 as a Victorian Queen Anne Classic with a unique floating staircase which is suspended from the third floor turret. The two dining rooms were originally a doctor's office suite. Your stay includes a full country style breakfast served every day. The inn is decorated throughout with period antiques and highly stylized hand printed wallpaper from Bradbury and Bradbury, maintaining the Victorian ambiance and providing you the look and feel of an authetic step back into time, but delicately incorporating modern amnities without interfering with the Victorian character. Enjoy reading or afternoon refreshments in one of the two verandas, one open air, the other enclosed and air conditioned, both flanking the beautiful front gardens with roses and spectacular giant white hydrangaes basking in the afternoon sun. The Albert Stevens Inn is only 4 and one half to 5 blocks away from the better swimming beaches. Many of our guests have found it an easy walk or enjoy using our convenient backpack beach chairs and bicycles for a speedy and convenient trip.
Comfortable elegance awaits at The Mooring Bed and Breakfast … the only Cape May Bed and Breakfast originally designed as a guest house! Built in 1882 and updated every year since 1996, The Mooring now offers eight uncluttered guest rooms and two suites, each with a mix of period antiques and contemporary furnishings to ensure a memorable and comfortable stay. Begin your day with a bountiful breakfast served to you at your own table for two in our dining room. Daily choices include one of our signature French Toasts (Coconut Crumb and Bananas Foster are two favorites) or eggs cooked to order (try our take on migas, a Tex-Mex combo of eggs scrambled with cilantro, tortilla chips, and cheddar). Stroll the tree-lined streets and delight in Cape May’s many architectural gems, or take a tour by trolley or horse-drawn carriage. Cape May has something for everyone, for every season.
The Pillars of Plainfield, a beautifully restored 1870 Victorian mansion in the Van Wyck Brooks Historic District, offers a retreat from the fast-paced world, while still being conveniently located near many area attractions and transportation. Enjoy the amenities of hotel lodging, with the charm of a Bed and Breakfast. Whether you are traveling for business, touring New York City, visiting local relatives, or seeking a romantic getaway, our New Jersey Bed and Breakfast offers a warm welcome. From the moment you step into the elegant front foyer of The Pillars, with a winding staircase that reaches up three stories to a stained glass skylight, we want you to feel at home. We are your hosts, Nancy and Lamont, and along with Misty, our Border Collie, we plan to treat you like family. The Pillars is also the ideal place for your special events. From private afternoon teas, corporate meetings, and baby showers to family reunions and weddings, we will host your event in style.
A stunning Victorian, Cape May, New Jersey Bed and Breakfast, the Historic Bedford Inn was originally built in 1883 as a "Mother Daughter" twin home for the Page family and now caters to vacationers looking for a relaxing and romantic getaway. No matter what the season, Cape May, New Jersey offers a magical moment in time where couples can admire the famed Victorian architecture with its exuberant gingerbread trim, play on the beach, or see some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. If you're looking for romance, relaxation or taking in the attractions, visit the Bedford Inn and start making your memories by the sea.
Cromwell Manor Inn Bed and Breakfast, located in the heart of New York's Historic Hudson Valley, is a romantic, historic, country estate on seven acres of beautiful woodlands, lawns and gardens. Stay at one of the Top 10 Inns of New York while visiting nearby West Point, enjoy the spectacular scenery and quaint towns of the majestic Hudson Highlands, shop at the world-famous Woodbury Common Premium Shopping Outlet, spend an afternoon at The Storm King Art Center, or simply relax for a quiet, romantic, weekend getaway. The main building, The Manor House, contains nine elegant guest rooms in a brick mansion built in 1820. The original home on the property, The Chimneys Cottage, dates back to 1764 and offers charming Colonial ambiance in four guest rooms. A great place to stay, this Hudson Valley romantic getaway has been the site for many engagements and elopements!
Glenwood Mill: Historic 200 Year Old Grist Mill. This extraordinary inn was completely gutted and renovated in 2001. Each of four guest rooms includes modern amenities to make your stay with us as enjoyable as possible. Hardwood floors (most are original), beamed ceilings and unique mill featues are apparent throughout. Relax to the soothing sounds of the 18' waterfall and babbling brooks in the backyard. Featured on HGTV's "If Walls Could Talk"- the perfect country retreat for couples. Enjoy golfing, skiing, hiking trails, fishing, antiquing, wine tasting and other year round activities. The Mill offers two guest rooms and two suites. Guest rooms have queen size beds, a gas fireplace and private bath with a bubble jet tub. Each suite provides a king size bed, gas fireplace, sitting area, private bath with bubble jet tub and separate shower accommodations. Tastefully decorated rooms with antiques, and Mill artifacts. VCRs and DVDs of course, with central air conditioning.
Leith Hall, built in 1878, is the only professionally restored Cape May bed and breakfast Inn at the beach. Elan and Susan Zingman-Leith bought the inn in 1989 and restored it to its Victorian appearance. They have furnished and decorated Leith Hall as a period house of the 1880s. The wall coverings, furniture, pictures, silver, all date from the time when the house was built. While the physical surroundings are formal and Victorian, the atmosphere is casual and relaxed. The aroma of brewing freshly brewing coffee and home baked breads wakes you up while quiches, crepes, and egg entrees fortify you for a day at the beach. Afternoon tea includes Elan’s cakes and pastries with hot English tea in the winter and iced tea and lemonade in the summer. Leith Hall's bedrooms feature ocean views, king or queen size beds with canopies and private bathrooms, as well as period wallpapers.
Welcome to the River Line Inn, a Delaware River bed and breakfast. River Line Inn was built in 1851 and was once the home of Mary VanMeter Grice, one of the founding members of the New Jersey State Congress of Mothers, which later became known as the Parent Teachers Association. She was also active locally, founding the Historic Porch Club women's association in Riverton, which is still flourishing today. Riverton was first settled around 1850 as a resort for wealthy Philadelphians who summered along the banks of the Delaware River. The original steamboat landing has been restored and remains as one of the country's oldest active yacht clubs. In the summer, you can stroll along the banks of the river and watch the sailboats racing on the Delaware. Riverton Borough is on the National Register of Historic Places and stands today as a true example of early country living in the 19th century.
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