One of America’s Best Bed and Breakfasts is Right Here in New Jersey

When we have traveled we have stayed at several B&Bs and I would say each time and each place we have thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Each bed and breakfast or “bnb” has its own character and appeal. Depending on location, age, season, etc. The cool thing about bed and breakfasts is that the owners always add their own charm to your stay.

Of course, it’s not just the “building” but also the food of a bed and breakfast that makes your stay that much better. You get your accommodation and with that a delicious breakfast each morning. All of our bed and breakfast experiences had delicious starts to the day with a full breakfast including several dishes and sides, plus plenty of coffee and tea etc.

Most of our “bnb” stays also had great snacks which were available throughout the day and into the early evening. One of our B&B stays that came to mind was a B&B stay that was a real highlight. A history Headlight which has been converted into a vacation ‘bnb’ on the Hudson River in upstate New York. It was amazing to sleep in the historic place and climb the lighthouse to view the Hudson. It was the location and the history that made this an epic stay. It was also a delicious breakfast. One thing that is fun is meeting other families when you are there, as it is often a family style restaurant and you sometimes meet people from across the country and the world.

Now, as the bed and breakfast that has been rated best in New Jersey and one of the best in America. According to eat this not thatthe Mission Inn in Cape May was their choice for Garden State peaks. According to their opinionLeslie’s breakfasts are a revelation,” said one reviewer: “We didn’t have lunch a single day we were there because the breakfasts were so filling and creative.

Sounds like a fantastic place and no wonder it’s one of the best in America and not a far drive for us here at the Shore. If you have ever stayed at the Mission Inn, tell us what you thought and how you enjoyed your stay? Post your comments below 🙂

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