No phone, no alarm clock and an awesome evening on the porch. If you are looking for modern conveniences and amenities this is probably not the place for you. But, if you like antique furniture that doesn't have to match and bookshelves filled with hardback classics, you can wander in the hallways and feel like you have been transported to a more gentle time. Since parking is free we never get back in the car. The shopping is in walking distance, as is a sunset at the tip of the cape. We have dinner at Alethea's and finish our evening in the wonderful porch rockers listening to the waves crashing and the horses pulling the carriages along the avenue. In the morning we watch the sunrise and then have our breakfast at Alethea's. My husband and I have made a stay at the Inn of Cape May a tradition for visits to NJ.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For over 110 years, the Inn of Cape May has been a grand, gracious retreat for guests seeking a wonderful getaway. Come see the splendor of our unique Victorian village with its beautiful beaches and gentle ocean. Relax on our porch rockers beneath our signature purple awnings. Take a carriage ride. Enjoy fine dining. It's all here, as it has been for over 100 years at America's premier seashore resort. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Inn Of Cape May Hotel Cape May