Every year, CapeMay.com conducts an on-line survey of the opinions of our readers about the best of Cape May. The results from last month’s questionnaire are in. And the winners are… Best Place to Stay B&B – Angel of the Sea Guest House – The Columbia House Hotel – Congress Hall Campground – Beachcomber Best… Read more »
Another year has come and gone and we’re about to swing into full summer-time mode. Before we do, let’s take look at who’s new and who’s gone. The streetscape certainly changed on the Washington Street Mall this year with the departure of McDowell’s Gallery. The old bank building at the corner of the mall and… Read more »
Groucho Marx once said – “Politics doesn’t make strange bedfellows – marriage does.” Well, at first glance, Cape May Stage’s ambitious renovation project makes the marriage of architectural restoration and the needs of a working theater look exactly like a couple of a really strange bedfellows. Phase One of Project Encore began on the circa… Read more »
Last month you voted for this year’s “Best of Cape May” in 20 different categories. You suggested over a hundred different Cape May businesses and locations. Best place to stay: Best Bed & Breakfast A TIE! The Queen Victoria & The Fairthorne Inn Best Guest House The Sea Mist Best Hotel/Motel Congress Hall… Read more »
It’s the start of a new season and time to look at what’s gone and what’s new. CapeMay.com’s roving reporters hit the pavement and this is what we found. Out on Sunset Blvd., in West Cape May you can’t miss the brightly colored Chattel House Village – well, make sure you don’t miss Sea Level. We… Read more »
April showers and May flowers. That’s what Cape May’s all about in the spring. We even have a festival to honor it called, appropriately enough, Cape May’s Spring Festival (April 22-May 1). Some of us who go back a ways remember when it was called The Tulip Festival – so you get the picture. We’re… Read more »
It’s the very merry month of May. And you know what that means… No, not Maypole dancing – Birding. Two of birding’s biggest events occur in the month of May here in Cape May. The World Series of Birding is May 14th and Cape May Spring Weekend is May 20-22. The World Series of Birding… Read more »
WOW!! Hands down the e-mail of the month goes to all of you out there in cyber space who have been trying to contact the Sandpiper Beach Inn. Here are just a few examples: “Trying to contact the Sandpiper Beach Inn. I have been unable to bring up their web site. Loved staying there. Have… Read more »
Any beach town can pull off summer but few can compete with Cape May when it comes to Christmas. Think Victorian, think Charles Dickens and enjoying Wassail at the Physick Estate. Where else can you experience all that? Cape May is just as special to those of us who live here and what better way to share with you the experience of Christmas in Cape May than to ask those who live here what it means to them.
I don’t know about you, but I love Christmas morning. Yes, the presents are nice – but it is breakfast that I crave. But here’s the question – what to make? So, I ask myself – what would the Victorians do?