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The Sweet Smell of Love: White Lilac Inn
By Stacy Lytwyn Maxwell - Best Romantic Inns

Love is in the air! Fragrant ribbons of flowering bushes blossom around the Victorian inn. Throughout the year, fresh ocean breezes dance poignantly. Anyone can fall in love with the White Lilac Inn; but more accurately, most couples who visit cannot resist magic realized, their romance rekindled by such auspicious surroundings.

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Historic Bed and Breakfast Inns of Spring Lake, gracious, charming, elegant
By Janet Grosshandler, Jersey Shore Activities Examiner

The picturesque seaside town of Spring Lake at the Jersey Shore boasts gorgeous uncluttered beaches, quaint boutiques in town, and historic bed and breakfast inns that are the showpieces of this Victorian village. These graciously remodeled inns are elegant yet comfortable, and allow travelers a place to make wonderful memories.

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Overnight Getaways in New Jersey
By Krista Brazeau, eHow Contributing Writer

The White Lilac Inn, built in 1880, features 8 air conditioned guest rooms with fireplaces, private porches, large jacuzzis and a hot breakfast served daily. Canopy beds, ocean breezes, televisions and DVD players are just a few of the various features available.

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Weekend Getaway: Spring Lake, New Jersey
by Heather on June 4th, 2008 - NEW YORK CITY TRAVELER

The weather is getting warmer and it won’t be long before New Yorkers look for a way to escape the sweltering city. Spring Lake, New Jersey offers an idyllic setting for a quick weekend getaway. Located just 65 miles south of New York on the Jersey Coast, Spring Lake has everything that makes for a relaxing weekend: great accommodations, fine restaurants, a quaint commercial district, and a beach that rivals anything found on outer Long Island, all located within a picturesque town.

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Spring Lake, “Sweetheart” of The Other Jersey Shore
Written by Ann Augunas - Philadelphia Journal

Some one hundred and five miles north of the Victorian enclave of Cape May, NJ in the somewhat sleepy little town of Spring Lake, NJ, visitors will find one of the most practically perfect, romantic little spots along the entire, northeastern shoreline; Victorian-themed but without the crowds and the hustle and bustle of its southern-most counterpart, Cape May.

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