Periwinkle Inn is one of those eight hotels!
Check out the 8 most romantic places to stay in all of New Jersey!
Periwinkle Inn is on Oyster.com
What an honor to be listed on Oyster.com and the pictures are simply beautiful!
Farming and history is what this article is about!
By Katie Foote
For many, Cape May epitomizes the perfect quaint New England seaside resort town due to its picturesque perch on the southern tip of New Jersey. Seafood fans might know that it’s the second largest fishing port on the Eastern seaboard, famous for its Cape May Salts. These Atlantic oysters have a salty, succulent flavor that has been enjoyed since at least the 1600s when Native Americans were discovered savoring them in the area. Architecture enthusiasts might know about the city’s more than 600 hundred Victorian-era buildings with gingerbread flourishes, affectionately known as “painted ladies.” During the summer months, many of these homes are rented out for beachgoers, earning the area an unofficial title of Bed & Breakfast Capital of the World.
Cape May is the way!
Read about what the famous magazine Conde Nast Traveler says about Cape May!
Cape May is still one place to visit!
Why Cape May Is The Jersey Shore Town You Can't Miss
Cape May Hotels Rank 5th Per Trivago.com
Posted: Wednesday, December 2, 2015 11:43 am | Updated: 2:49 pm, Wed Dec 2, 2015.
Every year, trivago.com analyzes the quality of accommodation offered in cities and states across the US to reveal “America’s Best Ranked Cities to Stay.” For 2016, Cape May is America’s 5th Best Ranked City
Yahoo Travel awards Cape May Brewing Co. Great
Out of 50 Brewing Companies Cape May Brewing Co was named as one of the best in USA
Cape May is touristy in a fun way, and Cape May Brewing Company is fun in a tasty way. The brewery earns the high mark of 3.62 overall.
Cape May Ferry
The MV Delaware, one of three active vessels in the Cape May, Lewes Ferry fleet, will depart bound for Caddell's Drydock and Repair Company of Staten Island, New York, to have new engines installed. The repowering effort, which is coinciding with the vessel's regularly scheduled dry-docking, is a four-month process and the vessel is expected to return to service in April of 2016. The dry-docking is expected to cost $3.5 million.