Rooms and beds
Bedrooms: 1(Sleeps: 2)
Toilet · Shower
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property that is caused by you or your party during your stay.
Check in after 3:00 PM
Check out before 11:00 AM
Maximum overnight guests: 2 (sleeps up to 2 adults)
Minimum age to rent: 21
No children allowed
No pets allowed
No events allowed
No smoking allowed
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About Susan Gorski
I bought this bungalow as my beach house in 1998 and eventually moved here full time in 2012. I spent the last 2 1/2 years restoring and expanding this property and want to share the glory of my little piece of paradise in West Cape May with travelers.
Susan Gorski purchased this Studio in 1998
Why Susan Gorski chose West Cape May
Why not forgo the cost of a little hotel room in town and spend time at BLISS, a secluded, romantic getaway with all of the comforts of home! Situated between Cape May proper and Cape May Point, BLISS offers the beauty of the farmland of West Cape May, yet is close to all that this island represents.
What makes this Studio unique
Directly across the street from Willow Creek Farm and Winery, BLISS overlooks the majestic vineyard! Also, it's just down the street from Beach Plum Farm and South Cape May Meadows. Fall is the best time in West Cape May!!! Check out some upcoming events. Fall at the Farm BEACH PLUM FARM | 140 STEVENS STREET There is more fun to be had this fall at Beach Plum Farm! Now in its fifth year, Fall at the Farm will last even longer. Come on out to Beach Plum Farm in West Cape May for a harvest celebration, Saturdays from October 8 through November 19th. Hop on a hayride or sip on some hops from Cape May Brewery. Enjoy a mouth-watering pig roast and bask in a sunny afternoon listening to live music or picking a pumpkin from the fields. They soar over sand dunes with effortless grace and cling to the seaside goldenrods as the wind whistles across the beach. Every September and October, monarch butterflies stop in Cape May Point before continuing their 2,000 mile migration to Mexico. “Monarchs do not have an adaptation that allows them to survive winter’s cold in any of their life stages and in one of the more spectacular migratory movements of North America, tens of millions of monarch butterflies leave eastern half of United States, southern Canada on an epic trek all the way to the mountains west of Mexico City,” said Mark Garland, communications director of the Monarch Monitoring Project. “Monarchs literally do migrate over every place in the United States but geography conspires to have an abnormal number of monarchs come through Cape May.”