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Welcome to The Cameo Rose!The Cameo Rose Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful Colonial Revival with Victorian details. It has been beautifully restored by antique dealers and owner's Len and Pam Bross. The ambience is elegant and charming. The Cameo Rose offers our guests a charming escape from the hectic, hurry up world. The accommodations are romantic and timeless, the service friendly and attentive. Regardless of the occasion - vacation, honeymoon, anniversary or a getaway weekend, the Cameo Rose will provide you with a most enjoyable experience.The Cameo Rose Bed and Breakfast invites its guests to a setting of days remembered, yet we have kept in mind modern day conveniences that will make your stay pleasant and comfortable. The gardens that surround the house are newly thriving with various types of lush greenery, fragrant wildflowers, brick walkways, and a quaint rock pond with a family of fish waiting to greet our guests. We promise that flora-loving guests will be treated to many budding surprises in the seasons to come.
We have seven charming bedrooms featuring a queen-size bed and twin bed, some with fireplace and Jacuzzi. All rooms include central air, ceiling fans, cable television (VCR's available upon request). Our country cottage is perfect for couples staying for more than a few days, or with a child or additional traveling companion. The cottage sleeps four people comfortably.The Cameo Rose Bed and Breakfast will begin your mornings with a home cooked breakfast featuring fresh fruit, juices, breads, muffins, and a hot entree of either pancakes, French toast, or egg dishes and coffee and tea in our large Victorian dining room.
Guests will enjoy afternoon refreshments as they return from a day of activities. Relax and enjoy the ocean breezes on our wide verandas or in cooler months enjoy our cozy parlor.
Guests of the Cameo Rose will enjoy the close proximity of many attractions. Just a short stroll away you will discover the long beaches and boardwalk, the Historic Hereford Inlet Lighthouse and museum, and fine restaurants. Cape May County offers many historic sites, antiquing, a zoo and seasonal events.
How to Find Us
Traveling from the North:
Take the Garden state Parkway south to exit 6, take Route 147 East into 17. Wildwood to 2nd Avenue. Go left on 2nd to Central, right on Central to 24th. Right on 24th to 109 E 24th Avenue on the right.
Traveling Eastbound from Philadelphia:
Take the Atlantic City Expressway to Exit 7, to the Garden State Parkway, as above.
Traveling Eastbound from Delaware:
Take Delaware Memorial Bridge to Route 48 East, to Rout 55 South, to Route 47. Go 3 miles on Route 47 to Route 347. Stay on Route 347 for 8 ½ miles to Route 47 again. Take Route 47 approximately 12 miles to Route 678. Turn left at 678 which becomes Route 147 after 3 miles, stay on Route 147 for approximately 3 ½ miles to 2nd Avenue. Go left on 2nd to Central, right on Central to 24th, right on 24th to 109 E 24th Avenue on the right.
Traveling Northbound form Cape May:
From Lewes Ferry or Cape May, take the Garden State Parkway North to Exit 4 in the Wildwood. After the bridge, go to the 6th traffic light and turn left on Atlantic Avenue. Go through Wildwood to 24th Avenue. Turn left on 24th, go 1 block, cross Central and go to 109 E 24th Avenue on the right.