Cape May is the southernmost point in New Jersey and a year-round destination for families, couples, photographers, artists, and nature enthusiasts. No matter what the season, there is always plenty to do. A friend and I recently took a two-night girl's trip to Cape May in search of rest, relaxation, and tattoos! Despite the gray and rainy weather, we had a great time. We stayed at the perfect Airbnb owned by our friend Tracy and took all her advice on what to do during the off-season.
Welcome to The Belvedere. This is a first-floor unit in a three-story, Italianate-style house designed by renowned architect Stephen Decatur Button and built in the early 1870s. It has been lovingly renovated and exudes Victorian charm. The location is fantastic - one block to the beach, one block to Congress Hall, and two blocks to the mall. It has a private enclosed porch as well as a shared outdoor porch with rocking chairs. Just park your car in the dedicated parking spot and go!
*Congress Hall was closed for a refresh so we didn't get to enjoy any of their spots! The Boiler Room, The Blue Pig Tavern, The Brown Room, and The Beach Plum Bakery and Cafe should be on your list if you are visiting as well as Chez Michele for patisserie and a visit to Beach Plum Farm
And back to reality in less than 2 hours via the Garden State Parkway and the AC Expressway- just in time to take out the trash!
Kerry makes it her priority to provide each and every client with dedicated personal service coupled with in-depth market knowledge, experience, and the tenacity to deliver the most favorable terms and best possible price.Let's Connect