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The Southern Mansion

At a Glance

    Pros

  • decor is a pleasing and effortless mix of Victorian and modern
  • close to Washington Mall
  • large inventory of rooms without losing the intimate feel

    Cons

  • longer walk to the beach than most inns
  • expensive

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The Southern Mansion Review

The stunning Italianate mansion, one of the few large estates to survive Cape May's Great Fire of 1879, now serves as a boutique hotel. Its brightly painted rooms—robin's-egg blue, mustard yellow, deep red—are filled with Victorian antiques, such as ornate fireplace mantels and four-poster beds, as well as modern amenities like phones with data ports. Stroll along the garden path and admire the flowers, especially abundant in May, or visit in December to see the parlors decked out with Christmas trees and garlands appropriate to the Victorian era.

    Hotel Details

  • 24 rooms, 1 suite.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Jan.
Updated: 06-13-2012

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    RUDE STAFF IN A BEAUTIFUL PLACE

    On top of their webiste you will see "Southern Hospitality" that could not be further from the truth...these people make it clear that you are bothering them from check in to check out...not one helpful and caring person there...but it is really a beautiful place.

    by beachgirl1, 7/24/07

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