The beach town of Cape May is located in the Southern tip of New Jersey. If you are looking for a weekend escape with your love, or a beach vacation with the kids, Cape May will meet everyone's expectations. The town's streets are lined with whimsical colorful Victorian homes, with inviting porches, and just the place to get lost in a your favorite new book. Park your beach chair on the endless miles of white sandy beaches, take a whale-watching cruise, or if you decide to just get pampered, then relax at one of the 5 star hotels that line the beach.
They call the beautiful Victorian Homes in Cape May the "Painted Ladies". Every house seems to be more interesting than the last..breathtaking!
Where To Stay
Angel of The Sea
Angel of the Sea offers elegance, romance, and beach-front views in Cape May, New Jersey. This sea side town is perfect for any type of getaway. The Angel of the Sea is a 27-room Victorian mansion converted into a bed & breakfast in 1989. The Angel of the Sea bed and breakfast offers modern day convenience and excels in guest satisfaction.Angel of the Sea offers elegance, romance, and beach-front views in Cape May, New Jersey. This sea side town is perfect for any type of getaway. The Angel of the Sea is a 27-room Victorian mansion converted into a bed & breakfast in 1989. The Angel of the Sea bed and breakfast offers modern day convenience and excels in guest satisfaction.
Peter Shields Inn and Restaurant
The Peter Shields Inn is a romantic seaside getaway, with nine well-appointed guest rooms, breathtaking ocean front views and gourmet dining. This 1907 Georgian Revival mansion, a Bed and Breakfast Diamond Collection boutique inn, is located on Cape May’s Beach Avenue, steps from the beach.
In 2016, Congress Hall celebrated its Bicentennial, marking two hundred years as America's First Seaside Resort. Located in the heart of Victorian Cape May, it's the perfect place to spend your New Jersey beach vacation.
Congress Hall was recently voted "Best Hotel in New Jersey" by Travel + Leisure and its readers.
This May, the Beach Shack will emerge with a fresh, island retreat feel. Featuring renovated guest rooms and fun new Beach Shack experiences. Step out of your room for a cool beverage at the Rusty Nail. Now open through December, leave the outdoor fire pit for the indoor fireplace, with the same great live entertainment and classic beach menu.
Where To Eat & Party
The Rusty Nail
“The Nail,” as it’s known by the locals, is the famed iconic surfer bar and restaurant that made a name for itself in the ‘70s. It's right here at the Beach Shack, just steps away from your room.
Quincy's Original Lobster Rolls
Quincy’s is a place to take that few minutes out of your day and relax, see a friendly face, enjoy some delicious lobster rolls, and think about all those great experiences you have had during summer vacations.
Union Park Dining Room
Elegant Hotel Macomber destination features inventive New American cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere
Louisa's in Cape May
The menu is all regional fare — fish caught from the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay, plus vegetables, fruits, herbs (and beautiful fresh flowers) from West Cape May’s Beach Plum Farm, augmented by produce from other New Jersey farms.
What To Do
Turdo Vineyards and Winery
Enjoy a day at the vineyard, a testimonial on Trip Advisor. "
We found Turdo on a girls weekend at the beach. Sisters and mom down for a little special time. From the beginning they were family. The tasting experience is always warm. The staff experienced knowledgeable and the wine delicious. There are other wineries in the area. Do this one first!
Cape May Beaches
Some of the most beautiful beaches in Cape May are Sunset Beach, Cape May Point, the Cove and Steger's Beach.
Fun In Cape May
Washington Street Mall
The Washington Street Mall has an eclectic selection of independent small business owners who strive to offer a shopping experience not found in chain stores. Great Savings, dining, relaxation and a friendly welcome — all found within three blocks and just one block off the ocean. The WSM features clothing boutiques, gifts, collectible’s and a wonderful selection of restaurants/cafes/sweets to choose from while you spend the day Shopping, Dining and Relaxing.
Whale Watching in Cape May
The Cape May ferry crosses Delaware Bay several times a day, connecting the Cape May peninsula with the town of Lewes, Delaware. The trip takes an hour and ten minutes. In 2007, the ferry carried more than 350,000 vehicles and over one million passengers!
Our Victorian-Styled trackless trolleys are perfect for any house tour