Cape May's Laid-back Alternative and Dog Friendly Hotel!

The happiest little hotel on the beachfront just got a little happier! The Beach Shack recently enjoyed a fun and colorful spruce-up. And not only humans will enjoy the results — we made some upgrades to better accommodate our canine visitors (the Beach Shack offers dog-friendly rooms). "When you're at the Beach Shack you're reminded of all the simple pleasures of being a child at the beach," says interior designer Colleen Bashaw. So what can you expect? New bathroom vanities and new carpeting, which has been designed exclusively for the Beach Shack and will be a "cousin" of the carnival-stripe carpeting in Congress Hall. You can also expect a fresh coat of Honey Burst paint. "It's a happy color," Colleen says. "But not too intense. It's mellow." You know, kind of like an evening spent by a fire pit.

Beach Shack Opens May 9th! If a perfect family beach vacation means never having to put your shoes back on once you arrive and always being steps from the ocean, then the Beach Shack is the place for you.

Beach Shack is Cape May, New Jersey’s fresh and fun alternative for beach lovers who want somewhere the whole family can enjoy together. One that’s stylish and dog-friendly with all the amenities you need, but where you’ll feel perfectly at home wearing flip-flops all day long. It’s sweet simplicity itself, effortlessly capturing the true spirit of unforgettable summer-beach days Cape May is loved for.

At the Beach Shack, you’ll always be close to The Rusty Nail, Cape May’s legendary “hang out” for lifeguards, surfers and other beachgoers, who flock to the long bar after hours for the shore’s coldest beers and best vibe. Even your pooch can get a “cold one” after a hot day. You’ll love the casual, fun outdoor ambiance, friendly welcoming staff and our fresh take on all your seaside favorites like clams, oysters and the great fresh fish. Once you’re settled at one of the tables it’s not hard to see why Travel & Leisure chose The Rusty Nail as one of "America's Top 10 Beach Bars."

As if the Beach Shack wasn’t already fabulous, you’ll also be able to enjoy the activities and amenities of our sister hotels just down the beach, including Congress Hall, home of The Blue Pig Tavern, Sea Spa and Cape May’s best after-hours nightspot—The Boiler Room.

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contact us

General Manager:

Sandy Montano (609)884-6585
smontano@caperesortsgroup.com

Concierge:

(609)849-9019
concierge@caperesortsgroup.com

Group/Corporate Inquiries:

Judy Platt (609)884-6594
jplatt@caperesortsgroup.com

Wedding & Special Event Inquiries:

Krystina Kennedy(609)884-6549
kkennedy@caperesortsgroup.com
Contact a Wedding Specialist

Press/Media Inquiries:

Jeanine Pepler (212) 334-4400
jeanine@aka-pr.com

Rusty Nail:

(609)884-0017

reach us by phone:

(877) 742-2507

Directions

Beach Shack

205 Beach Avenue

Cape May, New Jersey 08204

(877) SHACK-07

It's easy to find us

Cape May is easily accessible from the Garden State Parkway and the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. The hotel is located right across from the beautiful Cape May beach.

Complimentary On-Site Parking is provided for all Beach Shack guests.

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from specific points

From the Garden State Parkway
approx. 10 minutes

Take the Parkway to the end, Exit "0", to 109 South, Follow Route 109 over a large then a small bridge. This becomes Lafayette Street. Follow Lafayette Street through two traffic lights to the end. Lafayette will end at Jackson Street where there is a green liquor store called "Colliers". Turn left onto Jackson Street. Turn right onto Beach Avenue.

From the Cape May Lewes Ferry
approx. 15 minutes

From the Ferry Terminal in North Cape May, follow the signs for Route 109 South and the Garden State Parkway. Take Route 109 South over the Cape May bridge onto Lafayette Street. Follow Lafayette Street approximately 1.5 miles until you dead end at Jackson Street. Turn left onto Jackson Street. Turn right onto Beach Avenue.

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", to 109 South, Follow Route 109 over the Cape May bridge onto Lafayette Street. Follow Lafayette Street approximately 1.5 miles until you dead end at Jackson Street. Turn left onto Jackson Street. Turn right onto Beach Avenue.

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", to 109 South, Follow Route 109 over the Cape May bridge onto Lafayette Street. Follow Lafayette Street approximately 1.5 miles until you dead end at Jackson Street. Turn left onto Jackson Street. Turn right onto Beach Avenue.

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", to 109 South, Follow Route 109 over the Cape May bridge onto Lafayette Street. Follow Lafayette Street approximately 1.5 miles until you dead end at Jackson Street. Turn left onto Jackson Street. Turn right onto Beach Avenue.

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