The Winona Cottage

From 1908–1940, Sears, Roebuck and Co. sold about 70,000 – 75,000 homes through their mail-order Modern Homes program. These homes came with all of the materials and instructions necessary for construction. Buyers would place custom orders, with options to choose everything from kitchen cabinet colors to variations in the floor plan. The Winona, was a popular model between 1927 and 1932. This Sears Cottage was constructed in West Cape May around that time, and brought back to life this year as a Beach Plum Farm Cottage.  

A side door provides an entrance to the first floor, where you’ll find a spacious, inviting living room game table and wet bar.  A master bedroom and bathroom are also on the first floor with access to a washer and dryer.

The second floor may be reached inside through a set of stairs, or from the front door on the breezy and relaxing screened -in porch. Through the dining room is the fully equipped kitchen.

Kids will love having their own space in a bedroom with two twin beds, while parents will appreciate the privacy of a master bedroom with en suite bathroom. The second floor is also home to an additional bathroom with a small bathtub.

The walls of The Winona Cottage are adorned with the history of this home’s past: beginning as parts shipped from the pages of a catalogue, to becoming a home to today’s visitors in Cape May.

For cottage reservations and information, call:
(833) 327-6268

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The Whaler's Cottage

Some of the first settler’s in Cape May came from New England and were the direct descendants of Pilgrims that landed in Plymouth, MA in 1640. The Hand family migrated south in the 17th century to pursue a life in the growing Whaling industry. The settlers that came to Cape May at this time built timber framed houses, as opposed to log cabins, carefully crafted with a strength and fortitude that stands the test of time.

On the first floor you’ll find two seating areas, with comfortable furniture. In the living room, exposed beams give a warm, authentic feel. The focal point of the room is the 1750s fireplace. The first floor is also home to a full kitchen with modern appliances, which is open to the eating area with plenty of seating: enough for up to eight guests. Here you’ll also find a cozy master bedroom with en suite bathroom. The master bedroom comes complete with a wood burning stove and coffee bar.

Climb the original small colonial staircase to the second floor, where there’s a bedroom with two twin beds.  Upstairs a second master bedroom includes an en suite bathroom, providing a welcome escape from the rest of the cottage.

The Whaler’s Cottage is full of the warmth and comforts of home.

For cottage reservations and information, call:
(833) 327-6268

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Second Floor

The Plum Barn

The Plum Barn is full of rustic accents, restored into a charming cottage that links the past and present. A kitchen full of modern amenities is open to the living area, where you can relax watching TV or catching up with family and friends. Off of the kitchen, an enclosed porch allows for additional seating and dining space, with plenty of natural light.

A master bedroom with en suite bathroom is also located on the first floor. In the bedroom you’ll find a gas and wood burning stove, perfect for cooler evenings on the farm.

Head up to the second floor, where there’s additional sleeping space: a bedroom with two twin beds and a second bathroom. There’s also a second Master Bedroom with en suite bathroom on this floor. Throughout the whole home, a sense of tradition and comfort is evident in the farmhouse design and cozy, whimsical touches.

For cottage reservations and information, call:
(833) 327-6268

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Second Floor

contact us

Beach Plum Farm Cottage Reservations:

(833) 327-6268

Concierge:

concierge@caperesortsgroup.com

reach us by phone:

(609) 602-0128

Directions

Beach Plum Farm

140 Stevens Street

West Cape May, New Jersey 08204

(609) 884-6542

IT'S EASY TO FIND US

Cape May is easily accessible from the Garden State Parkway and the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. The farm is located just 2 miles from the Cape May historic district.

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from specific points

From the Garden State Parkway
approx. 10 minutes

Take the Parkway to the end, Exit "0". Turn right onto NJ-109 N. Turn left onto U.S. 9 S/Lincoln Blvd. Continue to follow U.S. 9 S. Turn left onto Seashore Rd and keep left to continue on NJ-162/Seashore Rd. Continue to follow Seashore Rd then turn right onto Stimpson Ln and left onto Bayshore Rd. Slight right onto Stevens St.

From the Cape May Lewes Ferry
approx. 15 minutes

From the Ferry Terminal in North Cape May, follow the signs for Route 109. Turn onto NJ-109 N. Turn left onto U.S. 9 S/Lincoln Blvd. Continue to follow U.S. 9 S. Turn left onto Seashore Rd and keep left to continue on NJ-162/Seashore Rd. Continue to follow Seashore Rd then turn right onto Stimpson Ln and left onto Bayshore Rd. Slight right onto Stevens St.

From New York
approx. 3 hours

Exit Manhattan to New Jersey Turnpike. Take the N.J. Turnpike South to Exit 11 for the Garden State Parkway. Take the G.S. Parkway to end, Exit "0". Turn right onto NJ-109 N. Turn left onto U.S. 9 S/Lincoln Blvd. Continue to follow U.S. 9 S. Turn left onto Seashore Rd and keep left to continue on NJ-162/Seashore Rd. Continue to follow Seashore Rd then turn right onto Stimpson Ln and left onto Bayshore Rd. Slight right onto Stevens St.

From Washington/Baltimore
approx. 3 hours

95 North to Delaware Memorial Bridge, take bridge to Route 40 East. Follow Route 40 to Route 55 South to end (at Route 47 South). Route 47 South to Garden State Parkway South. G.S. Parkway to end, Exit "0". Turn right onto NJ-109 N. Turn left onto U.S. 9 S/Lincoln Blvd. Continue to follow U.S. 9 S. Turn left onto Seashore Rd and keep left to continue on NJ-162/Seashore Rd. Continue to follow Seashore Rd then turn right onto Stimpson Ln and left onto Bayshore Rd. Slight right onto Stevens St.

From Philadelphia
approx. 1 hour 45 minutes

Walt Whitman Bridge to 42 South, to Atlantic City Expressway East. Take the A.C. Expressway to the Garden State Parkway south. G.S. Parkway to end, Exit "0". Turn right onto NJ-109 N. Turn left onto U.S. 9 S/Lincoln Blvd. Continue to follow U.S. 9 S. Turn left onto Seashore Rd and keep left to continue on NJ-162/Seashore Rd. Continue to follow Seashore Rd then turn right onto Stimpson Ln and left onto Bayshore Rd. Slight right onto Stevens St.

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