The Mission Inn is proof that not everything in Cape May is Victorian. Be transported to California, to an earlier time, through the artwork, tile work, woodwork, murals, exposed brickwork and wooden ceiling beams, vaulted ceiling and our lovely porch and veranda.
The Mission Inn was built in 1912 by Nelson Z. Graves inspired by his turn of the century business trip to the Pacific Coast. The Mission Inn is a perfect example of California Spanish Mission architecture. Its stained glass window, Flemish gable and pergola veranda contribute to the warm feeling of this al fresco house. The Inn is located in Cape May's historic district and a contributing architectural style to Cape May's National Historic Landmark status.