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A Beach Walk in November

  November – the month of early nights, crimson sunsets, and being thankful for all of the charm that Cape May offers year-round.     I hold a particular fondness for November because Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and my family has a tradition of spending this week celebrating down the shore.     I… Read more »

5 Things Not to Miss This Holiday Season

If you’re lucky enough to be with us here in Cape May for the holiday season, you are in for a whole lot of magical. There are some things you’ll definitely want to add to your list of things to do, and here they are:   Tree Lighting Ceremonies Tree Lighting Ceremonies are taking place… Read more »

Where to eat this Thanksgiving in Cape May

If you’ll be enjoying Thanksgiving Day with us in Cape May, you might not want to spend it in the kitchen. Luckily, some of our best restaurants are open for the holiday. If you do plan to eat out, please make your reservations early since our restaurants fill up quickly. We’ll update this list as… Read more »

The Inn of Cape May goes gray

The Inn of Cape May has gone gray. The circa 1894 beachfront hotel has been white for years, but she’s now dressed up in a subtle gray color and new black accents on peaks and around windows. And since painting a five-story hotel isn’t exactly a weekend-warrior project, we asked manager Beth Eastman for the… Read more »

New and Relocated Shops

With the final days of summer behind us, there are two new and exciting things we wanted to fill you in on. The first is that in Washington Commons, we are welcoming a new retail location called Modern Daisy which has taken the place of Cape May Gourmet. Modern Daisy’s official grand opening took place… Read more »

A Beach Walk in October

“And all at once, summer collapsed into fall.” Oscar Wilde It’s finally Fall in Cape May and the famous Oscar Wilde quote perfectly describes this October and the arrival of the chillier season.   In this first full month of Fall, the warmer temperatures have finally released their grip and sunsets are slowly creeping up… Read more »

What Not to Miss at the 10th Annual Scarecrow Contest

The time has finally come: the leaves are crunching beneath your feet, the corn stalks and gourds are taking up residence along the Washington Street Mall, and most exciting of all, it’s Halloween season! October in Cape May truly is spooky and magical. There’s walking ghost tours, amazing home decorations, the annual Halloween parade, and… Read more »