Rhythm of the Sea Bed and Breakfast:
Cape May’s Only Oceanfront B&B
Rhythm of the Sea
1123 Beach Ave
Cape May, NJ 08204-2628
(609) 884-7788 – (800) 498-6888
Robyn Wendt, Owner
Misty is an ASL Interpreter!
Rhythm of the Sea Beachfront Bed and Breakfast on the Cape May, NJ
Rhythm of the Sea is located on Beach Avenue at the East end of the beach (Beach Avenue runs east and west and we face south), between Philadelphia Ave and Reading Ave. If you use GPS or an Internet map service, be certain to use our hyphenated zip code 08204-2628 to ensure correct directions.
*If you are sent to Lincoln Blvd toward the Cape May/Lewes Ferry on the Delaware Bay then you are going the wrong way!
Local Directions Coming from the North of Cape May
At the end of the Garden State Parkway at mile marker “0”, merge left and go through the traffic lights and over the Cape May Canal bridge into Cape May on Rte 109 South. Rte 109 will become Lafayette Street. At the next light, Madison Avenue, make a left turn and continue to the stop sign at the beach. The cross street is Beach Avenue. Make a left turn onto Beach Avenue, travel approximately one and a half blocks and look for Rhythm of the Sea on your left.
Local Directions From the Cape May, Lewes Ferry
From the Ferry Drive turn right onto Rt. 9 North. Proceed through two sets of traffic lights. At the intersection of Seashore Road turn right and go over the Cape May Canal Bridge, continuing on Seashore Road and it will become Broadway. Travel through the traffic light and continue until coming to a stop sign at the beach. Turn left on Beach Avenue and go 16 blocks to Rhythm of the Sea, located on the left at 1123 Beach Ave. Click here for the Cape May Ferry website
From Philadelphia via Walt Whitman or Ben Franklin Bridge
From either bridge take Rte 42 to the Atlantic City Expressway. The expressway intersects the Garden State Parkway at Exit 7S (South). Take the Garden State Parkway South (tolls). There will be a series of flashing lights showing you are nearing the end of the Parkway (ignore signs to Cape May Court House, this is another town and Cape May is 20 minutes away) and then a traffic light at exit “0”. Take Rte 109 S over the Canal bridge and continue straight – it will become Lafayette Street. At the next light, Madison Avenue, make a left turn and continue to end to the stop sign. The cross street is Beach Avenue. Make a left turn onto Beach Avenue, travel approximately a block and a half and look for Rhythm of the Sea on your left, just after the Buckingham Motel.
Directions from Baltimore and Points South of Cape May
Take I-95 North toward Wilmington, Delaware, and follow signs to the Delaware Memorial Bridge and I-295. After crossing the bridge follow the signs to Atlantic City and make a right onto Route 40 East. Follow Route 40 and after the town of Elmer, take the right entrance Route 55 South. Take exit 24 at Millville and travel East on Route 49. In Tuckerhoe turn right at the light onto Route 50 East. Take the Garden State Parkway South entrance at Seaville and continue to the end of Parkway. Follow Route 109 South at traffic light and continue to the traffic light at the corner of Madison Avenue. Turn left onto Madison Avenue and continue to the stop sign at the intersection of Beach Avenue. Turn left and look for Rhythm of the Sea 1.5 blocks up on the left (because on the right is the ocean!)
From Washington and Points South, Annapolis or Maryland’s Eastern Shore
Consider taking the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. It will be the same amount of actual travel time but the last 75 minutes you are relaxing on a nice boat ride across the Delaware Bay. You can call 1-800-64-FERRY for advance reservations at least 24 hours in advance. When you drive off the ferry continue up Rte 9 North. At the third light turn right onto Seashore Road. Continue up over the Canal Bridge and through the next intersection and Seashore will become Broadway. At the end of Broadway at the stop sign the cross street is Beach Avenue. Turn left onto Beach Avenue and travel 16 streets. Pass Philadelphia Ave and look for Rhythm of the Sea on the left.