Whether you come to Cape May for the beach or for the art galleries and exceptional dining opportunities you’ll never come up short for things to occupy your time with. From the moment you decide where you’re going to stay from among our many Cape May New Jersey vacation rentals until the moment you arrive, you should be checking out the local events. We tell you that in advance because there’s always plenty going on and we don’t want you to miss out on a single event that you might enjoy.
You can count on having all the comforts of home plus a whole lot more when you stay in any of our Cape May New Jersey vacation rentals. Peruse our full inventory on our website and make your selection based on the various amenities, location and availability. You just can’t go wrong because this is a great time to come!
The 6th Annual Cape May Restaurant Week is an event not to be missed! It will take place from June 2-9, 2013. Known for its variety of fine dining experiences, from casual sit-down to formal dining, Cape May will showcase its best restaurants for the eight-day event, with restaurants offering fixed prices that make this culinary adventure both affordable and tempting. Visit http://www.cmrestaurantweek.com for a list of participating restaurants.
The Carriage House at the Physick Estate has a Gallery Exhibit going on that you won’t want to miss — “Cape May’s Chalfonte Hotel: A Living National Landmark”. Built by Civil War hero Henry Sawyer, taken prisoner 150 years ago (1863), the Chalfonte Hotel has hosted guests continuously for over 137 years. Home to heroes, heroines, heartaches, legends, love affairs, unforgettable characters and nationally famous cooks, the hotel’s intriguing history comes alive in this exhibit at the Carriage House Gallery at the Physick Estate. Author Karen Fox adapts her book, “The Chalfonte”, into an intriguing exhibit showcasing life and legends at the hotel from Henry Sawyer’s handwritten battlefield diaries and prison letters to more than a century of vintage photos, watercolors, architectural drawings, kitchen diaries, first person narratives and memorabilia of guests who return to the hotel over five and six generations. Open daily. Free admission. Sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts & Humanities (MAC). For more information, call 609-884-5404 or 800-275-4278.