What you’re seeing is a Historically Significant Building. This is the Congress Hall Hotel in Cape May, NJ. Way South Jersey, near the southernmost point where the Delaware River meets the Atlantic Ocean.
I liked the scene. I had paid a visit just before I moved to Florida, and we spent the day walking around looking at trinkets both two legged and in stores in their quaint shopping district. The Rockers are nice and comfortable, and it affords you a great view of the ocean. The place was a playground for the rich in the 1800s and early 1900s, fell into the hands of a church and then into disrepair. The rehab of the building turned it into a fully functioning resort and a Victorian marvel that was worth the visit.