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Twin Gables is the left house of a Victorian Twin built in 1879. The guest rooms are located on the 2nd floor. Guests may enjoy the screened veranda, antique-filled parlor or garden. Wi-Fi is located throughout the Inn. Breakfast served on the veranda or parlor based on the season. Afternoon snacks, tea,soda and wine. All guest rooms include private, stall-shower baths, ceiling fans and window a/c. Guest rooms are decorated with Victorian antiques. Parking located on street - no meters. Twin Gables is a short stroll from the beach and Victorian Pedestrian Mall. Only a short distance to wineries, birding, fishing and golfing.
Regina was a wonderful host! Friendly but not overbearing at all. Great breakfast - like a three course meal on the lovely porch. She had snacks, coffee, and tea out through the day and wine out in the evening. The room we were in was...More
The Twin Gables is a beautiful, charming, perfectly located Bed and Breakfast. Regina, our host, was nothing short of lovely. We enjoyed homemade breakfast each morning as well as afternoon snacks. Regina was thoughtful and offered great local suggestions. She provided beach towels and chairs...More
So we went in order to go on our annual cape may trip, but we needed to stay cheaply this time. I looked at motels, but found that this was cheaper 2 out of the 3 nights and only $4 more on the third night,...More
Every time I visit Twin Gables, it's like stepping back into a different world, where only serenity, gentleness and hospitality are allowed. As is her norm, Regina was the perfect hostess and she goes out of her way to ensure your visit is all you...More
This is a small inn located in a twin house with a prime location. It is short walk from both the beach and the central shopping area. The owner is kind, gracious and attentive. Breakfasts were delicious, and the afternoon teas were a special treat....More