in Cape May
The Woodleigh House was built by Isaac H. Smith a clothier here in Cape May. Mr. Smith was a descendant of one of the pioneer colonial families who came from England on the Mayflower.
Today the house is owned and operated by Joe and JoAnne Tornambe who have lovingly added their own touches but retain the name Woodleigh House.
Unique Quality: The spacious porch complete with porch swing and rocking chairs provide guests with a relaxing place to watch the world go by.
Tucked away in the back of the house is a secret garden with a fish pond.
On-site parking eliminates traffic hassles and provides a secure place for your car.
Breakfasts at the Woodleigh House are always a treat complete with candlelight.
Rooms at the Woodleigh House are an inviting example of "Country Victorian". All have private baths.
Directions: Within easy walking distance to the beach, shopping and restaurants.
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