Bacchus Inn B&B – Cape May Gay Friendly B&B

Bacchus Inn B&B - Cape May Gay Friendly B&B

John & Lisa Matusiak welcome you to their charming seaside Bed & Breakfast.

The Bacchus Inn is a Cape May gay friendly B&B, and is located in the primary historic district of town. We’re just a shortwalk to shops, restaurants, and the beach.

Looking for a great place to stay in our beautiful seaside town? Come stay with us at the Bacchus Inn.

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Gunnison Nude & Gay Beach

Gunnison Nude Beach

The eastern shore of Sandy Hook is home to Gunnison Nude & Gay Beach, one of the most popular gay beaches in New Jersey. Gunnison Beach is clothing-optional and a fantastic place for a summer day trip. Locals from New Jersey as well as New York City frequent Gunnison. Ferry service from Manhattan makes the journey quite easy.

I found the crowd at the Gunnison gay nude beach to be quite open and friendly. Groups of friends mingle and passing beachgoers often say hello. People are much more relaxed here, similar to the vibe in New York’s cherished Fire Island Pines gay community. 

After you take your first trip to Gunnison, I’ll bet you can’t wait to visit again!

Getting to the Gunnison Nude Gay Beach 

If you’re driving, you can park inside of Sandy Hook’s Gateway National Recreation Area. For Gunnison Beach, follow signs for Lot G. The shore is only a five-minute walk from here.

If you’re traveling from New York City, then you also have the option of using the Sandy Hook ferry service. While it’s not as frequent, it can definitely be faster than driving on a weekend morning during summer. 

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Coral Sands Motel – Ocean City, New Jersey

Coral Sands Motel

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

The Coral Sands Motel is an affordable, gay friendly motel in Ocean City, New Jersey.

All of our rooms have either two double beds or one queen, and all rooms have microwave and fridge, some rooms with full kitchen.

We’re just a block to the beach, and easy walking distance from everything in town.

Looking for a place to stay in Ocean City? Check out the Coral Sands Motel.

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Serendipity B&B Gay Friendly Ocean City, New Jersey Bed & Breakfast

Serendipity B&B Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay: Welcome to the Serendipity Bed & Breakfast, a year-round oasis by the sea, where you can walk to the beach and the Ocean City Boardwalk, just 1/2 block away! Serendipity Bed & Breakfast was originally built in 1912, and is completely air conditioned. The inn is full of natural light, with many windows in 6 beautifully decorated rooms. We offer many guest amenities, including cable television, VCR’s, a/c, private (or shared) bathrooms, ceiling fans, hair dryers and clock radios. We prepare healthy, flavorful meals for our guests, and are happy to accommodate vegetarian, vegan, heart-healthy, and high-protein diets. Mornings are delightful at Serendipity Bed & Breakfast – you’ll wake to the tantalizing aroma of fresh-brewed coffee and home-baked goods. Enjoy a tasty, healthy breakfast on the garden veranda, or dine in our large dining room with private seating and the morning’s newspaper. There are many great things to do here in the Ocean City area – we’re just fifteen minutes south of Atlantic City and thirty minutes from Cape May. Here are a few other suggestions for spending time in Ocean City:

  • Rent a bike and explore the island
  • People watch from Serendipity’s front porch
  • See a beautiful Ocean City sunrise
  • Take a ride on the Merry-Go-Round at Gillian’s Wonderland
  • Relax at the beach with an umbrella and a good book
  • Play miniature golf
  • Stroll the Boardwalk
  • Take in the music of the fabulous Ocean City Pops
There are also a number of great attractions in the area, including:
  • Asbury Avenue’s Gallery of Shops
  • Corson’s Inlet State Park
  • Atlantic City’s Shows & Casinos (8 miles)
  • Scenic 40-Mile Ocean Drive
  • Cape May County Park/Zoo
  • Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge
  • Belleplain State Forest
  • Cold Spring Village
  • Wheaton Village & The Museum of American Glass
  • Batsto Village
  • Somers Mansion
At Serendipity B&B, we run our accommodations as an inn – locking our front door (you have the combination) for guest security. You can come and go as you wish! We invite you to share the magic of the Ocean City seashore. Come visit us, and unwind at Serendipity.

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Leith Hall B&B – Gay Friendly Bed & Breakfast in Cape May, New Jersey

Leith Hall Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay: Leith Hall is an elegantly restored 1880’s home in the center of the Victorian historic district featuring full gourmet breakfasts, Ocean views, antiques, and afternoon tea. Fireplaces, jacuzzis, wraparound porch, period wallpaper and furniture, and a great location.

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Other Gay Beach Towns

Colonial Beach house We all love Rehoboth Beach, Del. Fire Island remains a popular and iconic destination for gay beachgoers, especially from the New York area. And Provincetown continues to draw LGBT crowds for its laid-back vibe and welcoming atmosphere. But if you’re looking for something new, there are gay-friendly beach towns off the beaten path. Here are a few within driving distance of Washington. Colonial Beach, Va. Chris Adcock and Ted Tait were drawn to Colonial Beach in 2011 for its reputation as a great boating town. Once docked, they discovered its gay life. For those wanting to skip the fast-paced partying and slow-moving traffic of Rehoboth Beach, Del., Tait and Adcock recommend Virginia’s second-largest beach for its quaint, small-town feel and warm acceptance. “They’re drastic opposite ends of the spectrum in a good way,” Adcock says. “Rehoboth is the new, modern, clubby younger scene where as Colonial Beach is much more sleepy and neighborhoody. Everybody knows everybody.”

By Selene San Felice and Joey Diguglielmo – Full Story at The Washington Blade

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