Captain Mey's Bed and Breakfast
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... shops - including ANOTHER Kohrs frozen custard store (which Garry could NOT resist) . A full day out for us, but pleased to come back to Cape May for dinner at home. We had been told by a Policeman on duty, if staying for the evening, not to stray from the Casino blocks.
After welcome heavy overnight rain(our first since leaving NZ in 30 days), we set off on the bikes this morning ...
10'x15'... the past 5 years, 2 bedrooms and 4 floors of our home is now crammed into a one cinder-block cell, the mail has been stopped (doubt I'll miss it) and tenants who will be kindly paying our mortgage for the next 12months are now moved in and we're officially "homeless".
Bethany Beach is where we'll be calling home for the next few weeks, until we jump out on the road at the end of July.
I could think of worse places to lay-low for awhile.
... not heard of Rabbit Paella, or Rabbit Pie?
Privot (you know, our noxious weed), appears to be cultivated here... there are hedges of it in many properties, and some have even made it to tree size. It is in full flower and affecting both of us with its pungent smell making our sinuses and eyes run.
We have company.....Monica and Richard are with us for the weekend - they are familiar with ...
... a really cool authentic 'lobster shack' style family restaurant complete with tacky ship ornaments and nautical wall paper. The owner in his 80's still comes over to each table and personally checks that your meal is up to scratch. Dylan had a feast of lobster, shrimp and clams. We even got free 'mothers day' fudge to give to our momma... Sorry mums we ate it!! After an exhausting day we were ready for a good nights sleep ...
... Delaware and drive the picturesque town. Within a half-square mile you will find the Historic district, museums, many Inns, Bed & Breakfasts, fine restaurants, and a variety of fine shops. We enjoy the park and its ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaptain Mey's Bed and Breakfast Cape May
This B&B thus far is wonderful! I have noticed it numerous times on other visits to Cape May and wanted to stay here, today I finally get that chance. A young woman, Katie, quickly checked me in and offered to take my bags up twice. She said "I really don't mind". Very nice.
I am in one of the nine rooms, William the Silent Poet. So completely Victorian, understandable since I am staying in one of the many Victorian Inns lining the streets of Cape May! I forgot that way back when, alarm clocks actually came equipped with two metal bells on the top that ring out when it's time to get up. I love it!!! The wallpaper is bright and gaudy, just what you would expect from a room at an Inn such as Captain Mey's
The best part about staying here? Captain Mey's is one of the only Inns that actually drops their price at Labor Day. The inn offers two seasons, high and low; what a pleasant surprise! Most of the other inns around still charge close to $300.00 for a nice room.
Thank you owners of the Captain Mey Inn! Good for you, good for us!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.