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Wow is it Hot in Cape May!

July 20th, 2013 by johnmatusiak

Summer is here and with it comes the heat. But it is OK because Cape May and the Bacchus Inn are prepared and welcoming.

The Atlantic Ocean is still cool but comfortable after the initial plunge. The sun is hot all day. The evening offers relief and a cool breeze.  The Cape May beaches are always a welcome oasis down by the shore break. The breeze is pleasant and the sounds of the ocean are comforting. If the beach is too much one can always retreat to the shops, restaurants, or ice-cream parlor for a welcomed break.

The Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast is air conditioned. Afternoon refreshments include ice cold lemonade or a complimentary glass of sangria. If your ready for a snack

This weekend Historic Cold Springs Village offers the Celtic festival, Saturday July 20,2013.  There is Celtic music and craft all day.

West Cape May is offering a Craft show this weekend  at Wilbraham Park.

Come, visit and enjoy.

MAC victorian Stained Glass Tour is Illuminating

August 11th, 2010 by johnmatusiak

MAC(Mid Atlantic Center for Arts) is an asset to the Cape May community because of the wonderful historical tours they share with tourist and residents. The stained glass tour offers a beautiful focus on one aspect of victorian architecture, the windows.

These windows are more than just portals of light and ventilation.  They are artworks with many designs demonstrating meticulous craftsmanship. There are endless varieties of color.   Some designs are landscapes, others are religious scenes, while others are geometric designs.  These beautiful windows and transoms speckle the streets and provide spectacular views for an evening walk.

Mac provides a tour which gives a more historical insight into this victorian architectural feature. The Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast is one of the featured properties of the MAC tour.  Find out more information of this tour and many others from the This Week in Cape May publication provided in the foyer of the Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast or by visiting our Mac info page.

Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast Burgundy Room Bathroom Window

Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast Main House

Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast Bay Window

Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast Cape May

Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast Interior View of Champagne Suite Bedroom

Bacchus Inn Bed & Breakfast Interior View from Champagne Suite

Cape May Theater

June 24th, 2010 by johnmatusiak

Cape May has a lot to offer any vacationer. One attraction that stands out consistently is the Cape May Stage. The stage is located in the center of Cape May just minutes from the bed & breakfast, hotels, and vacations homes. You wouldn’t know that during the show. You may think you are in the Big Apple. The actors and plays are first rate performances. The Cape May Stage has always been good but under the guidance of Roy Steinberg it has become something more.

I Hate Hamlet, directed by Roy Steinberg, is currently on stage June 16th to July 17. Patrons rave about the comic poke at Shakespeare.

Patrons appreciate the updated seating. The stage received a grant a couple of years ago and constructed a theater seating arrangement with comfortable chairs and good sight lines throughout.

Next time you visit Cape May try the Cape May Stage. It is an evening out you won’t regret.

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