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Captain Mey's Bed & Breakfast
202 Ocean Street
Cape May, NJ 08204
USA
Phone: +1--6098847793

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Willem the Silent, Poet Room
Queen size bed 
Private bath in the room with shower. 
Furnished with the antiques of the turn of the century.Two of our suites come with a luxury whirlpool tub for two and a separate shower.
Willem of Orange Room
The room with the largest floor area and a lot of character with the slanted walls and dormer windows.
This room has color cable TV, mini-fridge, and a queen size and twin size bed.
Room can accommodate three guests. 
This guest room has a 14 X 14 bath with a luxury whirlpool tub for two and a separate shower.
Set in our largest bath room (14 X 14) with separate shower and vanity.Captain Johan Room
Furnished with the antiques of the turn of the century. 
Queen size bed. 
Bay window. 
Private bath in the room with shower.
Captain Mey's Inn was built in 1890 by Dr. Walter H. Phillips who was a homeopathic physician and a true native of Cape May.The inn has been meticulously restored. Special attention is given to guest rooms where one will find Victorian bedroom suites accented with antiques of the Victorian era.
Marvel at the chestnut oak Eastlake paneling in the dining room, leaded glass bay window and restored fireplace with its intricately carved mantel, where one can sip sherry when there is a chill in the air.CAptain Theuns Room 2nd Floor

Furnished with the antiques of the turn of the century. 
Queen size bed. 
Private bath in the room with a large 32" x 48" shower.