Leith Hall has had many great magazine and guidebook reviews over the years. Here are just a few.
The writers of Inn Spots and Special Places came through the inn
and inspected every room. Their appreciation of our period decor was kindly expressed as…
“Working miracles with wallpaper and paint…”
Inn spots and Special Places
The authors of the Frommer’s Guide to Atlantic City andCape May stayed with us of a few days while they visited inns in the South Jersey region. They described Leith Hall as a
“disatinctive restoration..stunning…handsomely appointed.”
Comprehensive Guide to Atlantic City and Cape May
Catherine Titus Felix also stayed with us while visiting Cape May of Vicotorian Week. She returned to Leith Hall to write an article which appeared in Victorian Homes magazine. She wrote lots of wonderful whings about Leith Hall, among them…
Wall to Wall Style.
The guest rooms, too, feature authentic wall treatments, each room with its own theme. In the Turkish Room the Zingman-Leiths gave full rein to the Victorian fantasy, bringing the idea of a “Tirkish Nook” to new heights.
You’ll feel you’ve reached an oasis in Leith Hall’s Turkish Room.
Pamela Lanier’s Bed and Breakfast Inns has included Leith Hall for years. Their entry includes…
Elegantly restored 1880s home in the heart of the Victorian district. Only half a block fromthe bach, with ocean views and a large wraparound porch with rocking chairs.
Delicious full breakfasts and afternoon tea and goodies enjopyed out on the porch under the awnings.