200 CONGRESS PLACE, CAPE MAY, NJ 08204(609) 884-6522


Tommy’s Folly Coffee Shop is filled with everything you need to keep you going all day long. Start your perfect Cape May day with a freshly brewed cup of La Colombe coffee. You will find a great selection of cappuccino, latte and espresso drinks. With a large selection of Monin syrups, alternative milks, and various spirits, there's no limit to the possibilities. You’ll also be able to choose from an assortment of freshly baked breads, muffins, scones and breakfast paninis to get your day started right. For lunch, grab a wrap or sandwich, a beverage and a sweet treat such as a brownie or a Blue Pig cookie. Best of all you can enjoy your breakfast or lunch on the veranda in a comfortable rocking chair or on the grand lawn, sitting in an Adirondack chair enjoying the ocean view.
As America's first seaside resort community with a history of welcoming visitors for over 200 years, the safety and welfare of our guests, employees, and the Cape May community is and always has been our priority. Due to the ongoing developments of COVID-19, we have suspended operations until further notice. For those of you who have bookings or events scheduled with us during our closure, we will be in touch with you. We know that this iconic American destination will recover and be more resilient than ever as a resort community. Our dedicated team will be ready once again to welcome guests from near and far.

(609) 884-8421

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 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 your luggage and car.

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From The Garden State Parkway | From The Cape May Lewes Ferry | From New York | From Washington/Baltimore | From Philadelphia