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Courtesy of The Doctor's Inn.

The Doctor's Inn

At The Doctor's Inn, a bed and breakfast in Cape May, guests can relax on the wide porch, or enjoy the tended gardens separating the inn from Main Street.

By Robert Strauss

Photo by Jumping Rocks Photography.

The Woolverton Inn

The Woolverton Inn sits on a vastly upgraded 10-acre property in Stockton and features two structures—one that mimics the look of an old barn, and one resembling a carriage house. It's a quaint bed and breakfast in a pastoral setting.

By Jill P. Capuzzo

Courtesy of Dancer Farm.

Dancer Farm

Dancer Farm is a New Jersey B&B that offers several cozy common rooms, a shady patio, and a screened-in gazebo...all of which are ideal places to unwind.

By Lauren Payne

Photo by Jumping Rocks Photography.

The Gables

This Long Beach Island-based bed and breakfast is a romantic seaside treasure that makes for a luxurious beachside weekend escape.

By Molly Tully

Courtesy of Rhythm of the Sea.

Rhythm of the Sea

Of the many B&Bs in Cape May, Rhythm of the Sea sets itself apart because its decorations are a lot sparer than in the inns in the main part of town—with browns and blues dominating instead of Victorian reds and greens, and Stickley furniture throughout.

By Robert Strauss

Courtesy of Spring Lake Inn.

Spring Lake Inn

At the Spring Lake Inn, a bed and breakfast situated along the "Irish Riviera," visitors can stroll the hushed, two-mile non-commercial boardwalk, enjoy public tennis and basketball courts, or visit Divine Park for fishing.

By Nick DiUlio

Courtesy of the Wooden Duck B & B.

The Wooden Duck B & B

With duck decoys, porcelain ducks, duck paintings, even duck coasters gracing surfaces throughout the sprawling country inn, the Wooden Duck Bed and Breakfast never leaves you wondering how it got its name.

By Jill P. Capuzzo

Courtesy of Haddonfield Inn.

Haddonfield Inn

You need not wear knickers or even old Field of Dreams flannels to book one of Chorpita’s Sports Fan packages at the Haddonfield Inn, which is rather unique in New Jersey B&B-dom.

By Robert Strauss

Photo by Nat Clymer.

Inn at Fernbrook Farm

The Inn at Fernbrook Farm is a sprawling Georgian-style B&B, classically outfitted with hardwood floors, a cozy billiards lounge, elegant eighteenth-century sitting rooms, a red-brick terrace, and seven fireplaces.

By Nick DiUlio

Courtesy of Chimney Hill Estate Inn.

Chimney Hill Estate Inn

Chimney Hill suggests an English country estate, with soft lighting, bookish nooks, and wide-plank hardwood floors. So, if you're looking for a little English-style B&B in New Jersey, this is the place for you.

By Nick DiUlio

Courtesy of crossedkeys.com.

The Crossed Keys Inn

Built in 1790, the Crossed Keys Inn offers a five-room B&B—four in the main house, plus a secluded English cottage (typically used as a honeymoon suite) with a charming balcony and a Jacuzzi for two.

By Drew Anne Scarantino

Courtesy of southernmansion.com.

The Southern Mansion

The Southern Mansion—another Cape May B&B—offers guests the royal treatment in terms of stately accommodations and modern accouterments.

By Ashley J. Cerasaro

Courtesy of thetowercottage.com.

The Tower Cottage

This luxury bed and breakfast offers more than breathtaking views in Point Pleasant Beach. The Tower Cottage can brag good old-fashioned home cooking, too.

By Ashley J. Cerasaro

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