Spring Bulbs Are Popping at the Historic Southern Mansion

Apr 25, 2001, 01:00 ET from The Southern Mansion

    CAPE MAY, N.J., April 25 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- The
 Southern Mansion announces blooming bulbs. In the Fall of 2000, the Southern
 Mansion planted over 26,000 new bulbs on its two acres of grounds in the heart
 of Historic Cape May.  Everything is now in full bloom.  A wide variety of
 tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, exotic irises, and others are dancing for your
 eyes.  Come see and enjoy the fragrances and beautiful spring colors.  This
 weekend kicks off Spring Festival and there is a plethora of Springtime
 cultural activities available for everyone's enjoyment.
     The Southern Mansion is Cape May's premier property. Restored to its
 original grandeur and with all the modern amenities for comfort and luxury,
 the Southern Mansion is "the only place to stay in Cape May" -- The New York
 Times.  Twenty-four beautifully embellished guestrooms and over two acres of
 grounds make this the most elegant accommodations in Cape May.  Voted the Best
 Bed & Breakfast 2001 by Atlantic City Magazine and ShoreCast, the Southern
 Mansion is the ideal place for a getaway, wedding or corporate retreat.
 History and distinction blend with sea breezes and Victoriana in these
 luxurious grounds.
     Cape May offers many unique treats along with an alluring journey into the
 Victorian Age. Located on the south coast of New Jersey, the town is
 designated as a National Historic Landmark and "The Nation's Oldest Seashore
 Resort."  Come enjoy the sights, tours, fresh seafood and healthy ocean
 breezes.
     The Southern Mansion conducts tours on the weekends and is open for
 business seven days a week.  Come enjoy the new bulb plantings along with
 everything this beautiful destination has to offer.
     Any questions or inquiries should be directed to John Sennett or Barbara
 Wilde 609-884-7171 or e-mail sales@southernmansion.net.  Visit the Southern
 Mansion on the web at www.southernmansion.net.
 
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    CAPE MAY, N.J., April 25 /PRNewswire Interactive News Release/ -- The
 Southern Mansion announces blooming bulbs. In the Fall of 2000, the Southern
 Mansion planted over 26,000 new bulbs on its two acres of grounds in the heart
 of Historic Cape May.  Everything is now in full bloom.  A wide variety of
 tulips, hyacinths, daffodils, exotic irises, and others are dancing for your
 eyes.  Come see and enjoy the fragrances and beautiful spring colors.  This
 weekend kicks off Spring Festival and there is a plethora of Springtime
 cultural activities available for everyone's enjoyment.
     The Southern Mansion is Cape May's premier property. Restored to its
 original grandeur and with all the modern amenities for comfort and luxury,
 the Southern Mansion is "the only place to stay in Cape May" -- The New York
 Times.  Twenty-four beautifully embellished guestrooms and over two acres of
 grounds make this the most elegant accommodations in Cape May.  Voted the Best
 Bed & Breakfast 2001 by Atlantic City Magazine and ShoreCast, the Southern
 Mansion is the ideal place for a getaway, wedding or corporate retreat.
 History and distinction blend with sea breezes and Victoriana in these
 luxurious grounds.
     Cape May offers many unique treats along with an alluring journey into the
 Victorian Age. Located on the south coast of New Jersey, the town is
 designated as a National Historic Landmark and "The Nation's Oldest Seashore
 Resort."  Come enjoy the sights, tours, fresh seafood and healthy ocean
 breezes.
     The Southern Mansion conducts tours on the weekends and is open for
 business seven days a week.  Come enjoy the new bulb plantings along with
 everything this beautiful destination has to offer.
     Any questions or inquiries should be directed to John Sennett or Barbara
 Wilde 609-884-7171 or e-mail sales@southernmansion.net.  Visit the Southern
 Mansion on the web at www.southernmansion.net.
 
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