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Very clean with excellent views. Has that Victorian era appeal. Breakfast was the norm continental style. Our room was nothing to write home about. Very little with crowded furniture, no curtains but had shades, but bed was comfortable, not great, but comfortable. Bathroom was just...More
LOVE IT HERE my friends recommended it and my husband and I will def come back. If your looking for a place to just relax and be close to the water this is it! Victorian decor is lovely, and it is very romantic.
My husband and I recently spent two nights here to escape the city and enjoy a weekend on the beach. The hotel is right across from the beach and offers discounted beach passes. The breakfast was quite limited so we usually grabbed a juice and...More
This is a great B and B to stay in even if you have more than 2 people. They have rooms available with just one queen bed, and some with 2 queen beds, and all the rooms are wonderfully appointed. Some have ocean views, some...More
My wife, daughter and I stayed in suite #2 for 2 nights, and we loved this authentic historic landmark. The location, facing the beach, was very convenient to our daily treck to the sand and Sun. We had a common deck and a private deck...More
I don't recall there being hair dryers as I always bring my own... but there may be one hanging in a bag on the bathroom door. You can give them a call to double check. The Inn does not have laundry facilities but there is... More
I don't recall there being hair dryers as I always bring my own... but there may be one hanging in a bag on the bathroom door. You can give them a call to double check. The Inn does not have laundry facilities but there is a Launderette at 42 Main Ave a few blocks away. Since you've not been to that area before you might trying walking down the boardwalk (to the left when facing the ocean) toward Asbury Park for dinner. It's a stone's throw away and there are several good restaurants right on the boardwalk. The Cuban one is our favorite. Ocean Grove is a dry town so if you like a glass of wine with dinner, it's nice to have Asbury Park as an option so close by. Hope you enjoy your time there!
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