beautiful Queen Ann was built in 1879 after the original house was
destroyed by fire in 1878. It was maintained as a private summer
home and many stories concerning those who lived and visited here abound.
Many of Cape May’s tours state that Wallace Warfield, later
to become the Dutchess of Windsor, summered here but this has not
Enjoy a Peaceful Bed and Breakfast Stay in An Elegant Queen Ann Victorian Home.
it was reported in The Philadelphia papers as occurring. A copy of
that article is found at a local hotel, since
her “Coming-out Party”, occurred there. Victorian house
plans, divided space so everyone in the household had some privacy
in an age that was intensely communal. This can be seen in several
of our public rooms which are just large enough for two or three… all
places to escape from the pressures of too much close family living.
this building is our home. We have been residents of Cape May for
and have enjoyed the peacefulness of the wonderful
town that our Inn resides. The dining room where guests eat breakfast
is where our family enjoys their meals. You can enjoy, as we do, the
many quiet spaces to read a good book or write a postcard. The sun
room by the parlor is perfect in spring, or the small library on the
floor in winter. The entire family thinks the turret room is the greatest
place to escape and get away from everyone. Maybe its because it is
only eight feet around and on the third floor. Our goal is to provide
restful stay. So
come, enjoy our home and the beautiful town of Cape May as we do. It’s
a great place to be.