Cape May News
The Montreal Beach Resort has your latest in Cape May news, upcoming events, and fun at the hotel. Our hotel is located just steps from the sandy beaches and refreshing waters of Cape May, New Jersey. The Montreal Beach Resort has well-appointed hotel room accommodations, Harry’s Ocean Bar & Grille and a spectacular oceanfront pool. It comes as no surprise that people are always talking about the Montreal Beach Resort.
There are always many exciting activities in Cape May. Read our articles below for information about Cape May, and our beachfront hotel.
Cape May, New Jersey is abundant with landmarks. From the lighthouse to the victorian-style buildings, to a World War I concrete ship resting on the sand 150 feet off the beach. We’re now celebrating a landmark in time…the 50th season of the acclaimed Montreal Beach Resort.read more
Spring is in the air and here in Cape May, New Jersey, the spring thaw is under way. It’s been a cold, wet & snow winter (except here in sunny Cape May, of course) but we seem to have turned the corner.
Here’s what’s going on in March…read more
Announcing our 2015 Grand Opening Welcome for the weekend starting Friday, April 10th. The whole property has been renewed and refreshed during the winter and we’re so excited to welcome you back to kick off another great season.read more
As you would expect, it’s sunny and warm down here in Cape May. It’s 19° and sunny outside and it’s 71.5° where wine lovers…read more
News spread about this newly discovered pristine coastal getaway called Cape May, New Jersey. The elite class from cities like Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Washington began swarming here. In 1834 there were 6 boarding houses in town. Not long after…read more
As America’s oldest seaside resort, there’s an encyclopedia or interesting facts to share. So share we will.
Cape Town was originally settled by whalers back on the colonial days of the 1600’s.
Old Man Winter sure is delivering another doozy this season. Seems like the heater doesn’t stop running. But we know all you die hards, the Cape May faithful are checking your calendars.read more
After you unwrap all your gifts and finish your holiday feast, turn your family conversation to your summer vacation. The Cape May faithful start booking their summer vacations in January.read more
Feeling the need to get away for a couple of days? There’s a nip in the air but it’s complimented by the smell, sound and sight of of salty ocean waves breaking on the Cape May beach. Just the thing to clear your mind an settle your soul.read more
As the calendar flips to October and Fall is settling in, it becomes the time of year for pumpkin, apple cider, and haunted houses. The town of Cape May is also getting itself ready for the Fall and Halloween season with many events going on. One event which could be great for the whole family is led by locally renowned ghost writer and psychic medium,read more
The weekend of November 7th – 9th, Cape May will be home to some of today’s best jazz musicians.
For the third November in a row, Cape May will be hosting its annual International Jazz Festival, where many locally and nationally renowned artists take their talents down the shore. With four headline concerts,read more
Groups of golfers have given up their traditional Myrtle Beach getaway in lieu of a more convenient and affordable excursion right here in South Jersey. Once you experience the quality of the courses, you’ll know why these groups book their annual golf getaway here.read more
September is one of the most beautiful times of the year to be down the shore. The weather is still gorgeous, and with most children back in school, it’s not as crowded as it would be during the peak of the summer. While some places begin winding down for the winter after Labor Day, there are still so many things to do down here, especially in Cape May. For starters, there’s the 18th Annual Foodread more
The beach town of Cape May offers so many fun, entertaining, and cultural things to do for people of all ages and for the whole family. Live theater adds another wrinkle to the character your you favorite sea shore destination.
The Cape May Stage is a very popular attraction. A treat for anyone who appreciatesread more
A lot of chatter on the topic of Cape May is about the food. It’s no wonder because there are tons of fantastic family owned restaurants, farms, and shops producing their own goods like peanut butter, honey, and olive oil and recently…bread.read more
Among all the beautiful and historic things to see and tour in Cape May is the Cherry House. This Federal style home built in 1849 is thought to be haunted by…read more
Vacationers often like to bring back souvenirs from their destination. Many beach towns have shops that consist of clothing, coffee mugs, picture frames, a lot of similar things. Cape May offers something else….an incredibleread more
They say Cape May is South Jersey’s #1 best getaway destination. Some say they go no further than The Montreal beach Resort….and why not? Everything you need is no more than a stone’sread more