The Chalfonte is the oldest continually operating hotel in Victorian Cape May; built in 1876 by Civil War Hero Colonel Henry Sawyer.
Known for its family and child-friendly culture, its home-style southern cooking, sweeping verandahs and rocking chairs, the hotel is a traditional seasonal resort, with 70 rooms (10 with private baths), original antiques, ceiling fans, louvered doors. Rooms do not have air-conditioning, televisions or telephones, a perfect atmosphere for a rested vacation.
The hotel features The Magnolia Room Restaurant, Children's Dining Room, King Edward Bar and hosts weddings, family reunions, retreats, with season-long programming including Elderhostel, classical, folk and blues music series, children's festival, opera, theater and art exhibits.
Rates from $130-300 per night (depending upon room type) which includes breakfast/dinner. EP plan available. Visa, Mastercard, Amex accepted during season: Memorial Day to Columbus Day.
Owners: Anne LeDuc and Judy Bartella
Call Hotel directly or e-mail mailing address for brochure/rate information.
Phone: 609-884-8409 / Fax: 609-884-4588
This and other Cape May Bed and Breakfast Inns can be found here in The Register.
Romantic Country Inns, Getaways and B&Bs offer a great lodging alternative to big hotels.
A warm comfortable bed and a tasty breakfast can make for a great vacation or business travel day!