Visiting Cape May in December is a wonderful experience and staying at The Linda Lee was a very enjoyable part of it.
My wife and I wanted to do something different for our 40th wedding anniversary. We have never stayed at a bed & breakfast, or at Cape May and we've never been to the shore in the winter. We were not sure what to expect.
Julie, the innkeeper, greeted us warmly at the door, gave a tour of the nicely furnished Victorian house and our room. Throughout the weekend, Julie and her husband, Matt, made us feel at home and were helpful in making recommendations for dining, etc.
We stayed in "Julie's Room" (no, not actually the innkeeper's room; it's just named after her). Our room was clean and cozy.
We were provided a great hot breakfast each morning and it was fun to meet and enjoy the company of the other guests as we all sat around the dining room table.
On Saturday night, The Linda Lee participated in the annual Christmas Candlelight House Tour. From our second floor room, we could hear the player piano and the people laughing and talking as they passed through the downstairs. This was a special experience as it made us feel as though we were in the 1890's.
We had no trouble parking our mid-size SUV in the off-street parking behind the house.
We would like to stay at the Linda Lee again.