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Cape May

Technically an island, Cape May has all the charm you’d expect of a seaside town. Outstanding beaches, scenic lighthouses and charming local character all welcome you to stay and relax. The collection of 19th century building and architecture made the entire area a registered historic treasure in 1976. It’s no wonder Cape May often makes magazine lists for beautiful places to stay. You should come see for yourself while enjoying a stay at a Select Registry bed and breakfast in Cape May.


Are you looking for a great place to bring the kids? Your spouse? How about a group of friends? When it comes to top-notch vacation spots, Cape May, NJ, is an excellent choice. This seaside gem is located on the southernmost tip of New Jersey and has been welcoming visitors since the mid-18th century. It’s a place where memories are made — where outstanding restaurants, scenic lighthouses, and soft, sandy beaches beckon discerning travelers. Fondly known as the “Queen of Seaside Resorts,” Cape May is a one-of-a-kind destination at the Jersey Shore.


Families and couples alike will enjoy the endless entertainment options available in Cape May. Of course, spending time on the beach is a must. If you’re traveling with children, consider exploring the Washington Street Mall, Cape May County Park and Zoo, or Morey’s Piers, an old-fashioned boardwalk amusement park. There are plenty of romantic things to do in Cape May as well. Visit the Cape May Winery and enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the sun, or climb the iconic lighthouse for breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean. Cape May is known as one of the country’s oldest resort destinations. In fact, the entire district was deemed a National Historic Landmark in 1976! Whether you’re driving, walking, or riding a bike down the street, you’ll notice an impressive collection of 19th-century buildings and grand Victorian houses. Stop by the Emlen Physick Estate for a unique glimpse into the past.


When your stomach begins to rumble, you won’t have to go far for a delicious meal. Cape May is home to a wide variety of restaurants serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. (There are tons of great places to go for happy hour, too!) Choose from award-winning Italian, Mexican, and American cuisine, or opt for some freshly-caught seafood. We promise you’ll leave feeling full and satisfied. Local Tip: Many eateries are open year-round, but if you’re visiting during peak season, be sure to make a reservation!


People who live on the East Coast know that the Jersey Shore is a quintessential summer vacation spot. However, most are unaware that Cape May is lovely in the winter and fall. During the colder months, visitors can take advantage of unobstructed views, holiday celebrations, and — best of all — fewer crowds. Spring is also a wonderful time to escape the stresses of daily life. You may not be able to lay out on the beach, but there are still plenty of fun things to do!


Finding the perfect place to stay in a high-volume beach town can be overwhelming. That’s where Select Registry comes in. We offer some of the best bed and breakfasts in Cape May, and each fits in with the classic Victorian setting of the area. This seamless blend of modern amenities and historic charm is what makes our properties so special. View our exclusive collection of Cape May bed and breakfasts below and start making your plans to visit today!

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