I have stayed at Angel for the past six years as part of an annual get together, but this past November is my last stay there. It is a charming setting. But we so look forward to the Christmas atmosphere at that time of year. Although behind in decorating due to Hurricane Sandy (understandable), we only requested that while we sat in the main sitting room they might play some Christmas music as they did in years past. Begrudgingly the desk clerk looked for a Christmas CD and put something on that wasn't Christmasy music, but it was music. The wine and cheese along with afternoon tea was good. Breakfast... Well on Sunday I took a seat so that I could sit across from friends and next to the love of my life. The person taking our breakfast orders insisted that I move to another spot. I did not want to and was not in the way...after all, I took a seat at a place that was set. The gentleman taking my order decided to argue the point. Hey, I just wanted a pleasant and restful weekend. Perhaps I just got this man on a "bad day" because he checked me out later in the day and he was arguing some point with the guest checking out ahead of me.
I have had glowing reviews in the past of The Angel, but I think it is time I move on in Cape May. I think I held The Angel on a pedestal of fine B&B's and found so much on service lacking this time.
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- Angel Of The Sea Hotel Cape May