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    Classic Queen Anne style

    Enjoy classic lodging in a red and white Queen Anne Victorian, located on Cape May's oldest street. Built for Harry and Dorothy Parker in 1899 as a summer cottage, this lovely building is now the perfect

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    Classic Italianate architecture

    This spectacular 1891 Italianate Cape May cottage is available by the week or as a bed and breakfast. Individual room rentals are available on our second floor. Bed and Breakfast guests enjoy a daily continental

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    Stephen Decature Button designed

    Built in 1891 and designed by Stephen Decatur Button, this historic lodging is one of the famous "Seven Sisters" of Cape May—seven identical Italian-Renaissance-style cottages built, according to the l

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This beautiful accommodation in the middle of Cape May’s famed historic district is located just a 1/2 block from the beach. The newly renovated cottage features an “upside down” floor plan, with a kitchen and living space on the second floor, in order to enjoy the breathtaking ocean views. 

This lovely Cape May cottage is available for vacation rentals year round:
From the last week in June through the first week in September, the Little Gray Cottage is available to rent weekly as a whole house (Saturday to Saturday).

Ask about shorter stays in the off season.

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Pink & Gray Cottage Reservations

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contact us

General Information and Inquiries:

virginia@virginiahotel.com

General Manager:

Tara Rothberg
trothberg@virginiahotel.com

Concierge:

(609) 884-6542
concierge@caperesorts.com

Group/Corporate Inquiries:

Jill Heim (609) 846-4988
jheim@caperesorts.com

Press/Media Inquiries:

Lisa Johnson (609) 788-8548
lisa@lisajohnsoncommunications.com

reach us by phone:

(800) 732-4236

Directions

Virginia Cottages

25 Jackson Street

Cape May, New Jersey 08204

609-884-5700

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 in the heart of the Historic District, right across the street from the beach and the Washington Street Mall.

Valet Parking is provided. Please pull up in front of the hotel and an attendant will assist you with the luggage and car.

from google maps:

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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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