I loved ever dish we ordered.. And we just kept on ordered! between the 3 of us we ordered 4 appetizers and 3 main courses. Everything was incredible. sauces were particularly flavorful. My husbands filet was one of best i've had in a long time. My crab cake was not being shared.. easily , best crab cake i've ever had at the jersey shore. 5 star view.
Have been going every year since 2001. My wife and I enjoy the few days we spend there. It is very relaxing and the staff is very friendly. Sitting on the wraparound porch or sitting by the pool is the best. Also the "INN DOLLARS" are very helpfull. If you read this "GO" and enjoy an "OLD" but updated hotel.
We'd never been to Cape May before and we just picked this place out of the AAA travel book.
The Inn is like stepping back in time, very quaint, with antiques all over the place. There's not even a phone in the room but we didn't miss it even a tiny bit. If you need to stay connected they have WiFi but service is spotty when the weather turns bad.
This was their opening weekend in April so some of the staff hadn't quite gotten into the swing of things yet though everyone was friendly and willing to assist however they could.
We opted for one of the weekend packages that included $70 "Inn dollars" that you could spend in any manner you wanted (ours paid for an excellent dinner) and vouchers for breakfast each day.
Our room was on the 5th floor (only 65 steps up from the lobby) but there is the Inn's original elevator that the staff is happy to operate if you'd rather ride than walk up.
The Inn is centrally located, most anything you want or would like to do is found within walking distance. If you decide to drive off somewhere and return the parking is free and convienient so there's no hassle finding a space.
We'll do this place again next year.
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