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Dormer House, the, Cape May

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This Colonial Revival home was built as a summer house for rich marble dealer John Jacoby of Philadelphia, the founder and first Commodore of the Cape May Yacht Club, and the home features a magnificent centre hall, complete with a marble fireplace, a large open stairway, and sparkling stained glass panes. Tastefully decorated guestrooms, with eclectic furnishings, queen beds, private baths, and a wonderful assortment of antique mirrors and period furniture are featured, and a full breakfast is included with one
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  • Pool (Outdoor)