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Albert Stevens Inn in Cape May, NJ

Albert Stevens Inn in Cape May, NJ


A turn of the century Cape May Bed and Breakfast ideally located on Myrtle Avenue only two and one half blocks away from the famous Washington St. Mall, the heart of Cape May is about a 6 to 8 minute walk. Wonderful little Myrtle Avenue, in the heart of Cape May's Antique Shopping District, conveniently connects you to all events, festivals, tours, dining, and attractions. The better swimming and surfing beaches are located about 4 and one half blocks to 5 blocks away, an easy walk or use our complimentary bicycles and backpack beach chairs. Complimentary onsite parking for all of our guests makes motoring about the Cape May area easy since on your return your parking spot will be waiting for you.


Company Info:

Rating: 5.00

Address: 127 Myrtle Ave, Cape May, NJ, 08204
  • Mon: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Tue: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Wed: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Thu: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Fri: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Sat: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Sun: 9:00 am - 10:00 pm

Hotels in Cape May, NJ
Bed & Breakfast in Cape May, NJ



Comments (8):

1. Julie S.
I found this place online, after canceling another place that I had booked a few weeks ago.

This bed and breakfast is quite charming, and the owners, Jim and Lenanne are very accomodating.

Breakfast is filling and delicious, today's poached eggs with pesto sauce not only hit the spot, but gave me an idea of how to spice up breakfast.

My room was switched from the Rose Room to Cousin Christopher's Room because of availability issues. My luggage was transferred and I actually like the second room much more! There is ample free parking and it's about an 8-10 min. walk to the beach, which is simply beautiful.

I would definitely recommend staying here and plan on returning here myself in the near future.

25/08/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Anthony V.
The best Inn in Cape May. Jim and his lovely wife make your stay nothing short of excellent. The house is inviting and well decorated. Jim's color commentary at every encounter always leaves you entertained.

Not only is the place good but their knowledge of the area makes your trip even better.

10/01/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Betty W.
Just got back from a romantic getaway in Cape May NJ and we could not have picked a better location to stay than the Albert Stevens Inn.  The Owners, Jimmy and Lenanne, were more than accommodating.  They were so friendly and knowledgeable about the sites and restaurants we should visit. We cannot eat bread/gluten and they were more than accommodating to serve our dietary needs.  The Owner also let me use his Fax machine while I was there. Just good people. I highly recommend and will be returning soon! - Betty from Fredericksburg, VA

14/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Suzanne D.
I don't know why you'd stay anywhere else. Gorgeous place, fantastic location and friendly owners. They serve breakfast in the morning plus afternoon snacks.
 The front porch is huge with several rocking chairs to sit and drink your coffee in the morning or chat with other guests in the evening. A must stay while you're in Cape May!

05/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Ray T.
Weekends away with my wife- and no kids- are like gold, but there is a certain expectation of excellence that accompanies such weekends. The food needs to be excellent, the settings tranquil, the scenery beautiful, and the lodgings...top notch. Any of these fail, and, well, I may have as well stayed at home with the three boys!

So when my wife chose a weekend at Cape May for her birthday weekend away, I knew we were well on the way to a great weekend. Cape May boasts beautiful beaches and plenty of good dining options...all that was left was to find a great B&B to give us a quiet weekend. No, Albert Stevens did not disappoint!

After finding Albert Stevens on Yelp and tripadvisor, my wife made the call and booked our room about 5 days out. We chose the Cousin Christopher's Room ($155/night), based on the pictures; turns out, it was remodeled this past winter, and it is absolutely top notch. All new walls, lighting, bathroom fixtures, and Jen's favorite, a gas fireplace...which will make the room quite toasty, as we found out. The bed and pillows were great...first night tossing and turning was non-existent. We couldn't have been happier with the room accommodations.

The house itself is set away from the rest of the B&B's closer to the beach, but the location is great. There is plenty of off-street parking, and the mall is a 5-minute walk. The house itself is beautiful, well-kept, and well-decorated. Downstairs boasts a large porch, a living room, two dining rooms and an enclosed porch.24- hour coffee and tea is available; 4 o'clock tea with baked-goods, cookies and wine was a hit.

Breakfast was likewise a wonderful endeavor. Our two breakfasts consisted of poached sherry eggs  over English muffins, fruit cup, and a slice of cake on Saturday, and on Sunday, French toast with apples, parfait, and sausage. Both meals were fantastic.

Jim, the owner, was extremely personable and knowledgeable about Cape May; he had plenty of stories to tell, insights to give, and warmth to share; and when it came to making food suggestions, he was the Pandora of Cape May culinary destinations. Friday night he steered us to Panico's- awesome- and Saturday, his Lobster House recommendation was spot on. We enjoyed meeting his wife Leannne on Sunday before leaving; both epitomize hospitality and what a B&B proprietor should be.  

I suppose that the only negative aspect of such a wonderful weekend is that it is over in 48 hours, and returning home is like re-entering the Earth's atmosphere...it's good to be home, but boy do you want to go back...as soon as possible! Thanks, Jim, for a great weekend away!

24/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Kelly D.
Lovely, comfy B&B in Cape May.  Easy walk to the ocean, town center and shopping/restaurants.  Jim and Leanne were wonderful and welcoming.  Breakfast was consistently yummy.  One morning, I had a raspberry yogurt parfait that was amazing... I've been trying to replicate it at home since!  I will certainly go back again!

31/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Alison H.
Amazing absolutely amazing. This was our first stay at a bed and breakfast period and it has certainly set the bar high. Jim the innkeeper was wonderful, he was there to recommend pretty much everything awesome to do. We stayed in the studio room which had a really nice amount of space. We had no issue just hanging in with some wine one night. Everything was very clean.

The place is decorated like a scene from gone with the wind and we were the youngest couple by at least 25 years but we really enjoyed ourselves. We made friends with all of the other guest and shared stories out on the porch in the evenings about where we had gone and what we had eaten that day.

Breakfast was between 8:45 and 10, afternoon refreshments were between 4 and 5:30. (cheese, crackers, cookies, brownies and sangria). There was wine and sherry always in the dining room as well as water, coffee and tea.

You can really feel the effect this type of trip has on you. We showed up stressed out and emotionally drained. After just 24 hours it had all melted away. Slow pace, super quiet and relaxing, just what we were looking for.

We will be back.

27/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. John B.
Beautiful B&B in Cape May. Short walk to shopping and restaurants. Great night away with the wife. Room had a renovated bathroom and a comfy king size bed. Jim, the owner, was full of information regarding places to see and eat. Would definitely go back for another weekend.

21/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0