Two new hotels coming to Cape May in 2019

Another summer season has come to a close and change is already upon us, but exciting things are in store for 2019. The Cape Winds Motel on Lafayette closed its doors this month and will undergo a total renovation over the winter, reopening next summer as the surf-inspired Boarding House. Philadelphia firm DAS Architects is… Read more »

Five reasons to Visit Cape May in September

Cape May is known to be the oldest seashore resort town in the country. Visitors travel from far and wide to spend their summertime here, relaxing on the beaches and soaking up the sunshine. While we absolutely love the summertime and all the guests it brings, it is not the only season we thrive in.… Read more »

Here are the winners of the 2018 Best of Cape May

Every August, we ask our followers to tell us what they consider to be the best in Cape May, from their favorite place to buy shoes to the one restaurant where they’re happy to splurge. This year, we had a record-breaking number of votes, just under 3,000. It took three days to tally the winners.… Read more »

Outdoor Bars to Try Before the End of Summer

It’s hot. The sun has been oppressively strong, there’s no sign of clouds coming to your rescue any time soon, and the humidity is overpowering your time in the sand. Suddenly, it hits you—a craving for a frosty, refreshing beverage from one of the numerous bars in Cape May. But which one will be your… Read more »

A Beach Walk in August

We’re headed into the last weekend before Labor Day and what is considered the unofficial end of the summer season.  Every summer in mid-July when the days are long, Cape May is filled to the brim with people, and the air is thick with summer heat, I have the same thought that the summer will… Read more »