We stayed here again for our 40th Wedding Anniversary. We also stayed here just after they opened in the Spring of 2013 and returned because it was so wonderful then and it was again this time. The location is right in the center of everything happening in town. They are one block from the tourist shops walking mall, three blocks from the boardwalk and Washington Street has many Victorian buildings that have events all the time within walking distance. Everything is totally authentic from the doilies on the end tables to the separate hot and cold faucets in the sinks with the white porcelain bulb on top of the handles with the letter "H" and "C" on the top. The basin has the original rubber plug on a silver chain to plug the basin (Picture included - I remember these sinks as a child). They have hutches of that time period for cloths to be hung inside and original old style furniture throughout the entire Inn everywhere you turn. Everything is Victorian with a ceiling height mirrored hutch in the living room and a ceiling height mirror also in our room The Silver Room that had a spectacular chandelier hanging over the bed. There is original wood finish on everything including the banisters and railings of all three floors of the Inn. They have eight bedrooms and all of the rooms were taken with "No Vacancy" on our weekend there, they were "Full Up". The rose stained glass windows are spectacular to see especially when the sun pokes through them in the mornings and compliment the name of the Inn. The family that runs the place tends to your every need and make your stay enjoyable from start to finish. Justin their Innkeeper is always solving your smallest problem and recommending things to do, places to see and making your stay like being with your own family. The snacks the wonderful kitchen that Mike and Angela put out every afternoon for tea and coffee time hit the spot and are top notch while you sit in their living room and talk with other guests. Accommodations are homey and the bedrooms are kept warm and comfortable by Cortney who sees that the bedding is crisp and every in it's place when you arrive. They have king and queen size beds high off the floor with very smooth sheets and pillow bedding in all of their rooms. The owners Tom and Joan see to all your needs and have done a wonderful job restoring this Inn to it's original state that is now officially a historic building in Cape May. Additionally with the best restaurant in town that is on the premises, you won't have to go far to have a perfect time while you are in Cape May. I highly recommend you stay here for the time of your life while you are on a vacation.
All rooms are good, there is plenty of warmth and the front rooms get more sun than the back rooms w...
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