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Price and Availability Index Cape May
Holiday Letting Price Information in Cape May
The graph shows the average letting prices for the next twelve months in Cape May. £315 is the highest price average in the next twelve months. On average, the most interesting prices are in a week of October (20/10 - 27/10) as the average price is only £238 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Cape May
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Cape May for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in August (25/08 - 01/09), where 80% of the holiday lettings are booked. The week with the highest percentage of available lettings is in October (06/10 - 13/10).
The weather in Cape May
This is the climate diagram in Cape May. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than -2° in Cape May in January. Bring your umbrella in September, the rainiest month of the year!
Fly the Flag at Your Own Cape May Holiday Home
Grand seaside holiday homes in Cape May welcome you to this beach town, home to historic architecture, nationally significant military outposts and related memorabilia, and plenty of activities for the kids.
Road trippin' in the Garden State
New Jersey, otherwise known as the Garden State, is home to the busiest highway in America, Route 444. The 172.4 mile parkway stretches from New York to Cape May, through some of the most diverse and beautiful scenery to be found in this part of the U.S. Taking this highway offers a historic route to reach Cape May.
Fire Control Tower No.23
Built in 1942 as part of Fort Miles, one of Delaware Bay's system of defenses, this imposing tower was one of 15 that lined this area of coast. It was used to aim batteries at German submarines and ships during WWII, and features on America's Register of Historic Places. Head up the spiral staircase to take in the views over the water.
Cape May's most captivating attractions
Emlen Physick Estate
Visit Cape May's only Victorian house and rewind time to experience the life of Dr. Emlen Physick, Jr. in his family home, completed in 1879. Dr. Physick was the gandson of Dr. Philip Syng, who is considered the father of American surgery. Many of his inventions are still in use in modern surgeries today.
Cape May County Park and Zoo
Swing from tree to tree at the Adventure Park, ride the wild rides at the amusement park, and meet lions, giraffes, and monkeys at this incredible zoo. Kids can take part in Zoo Camp, an exciting opportunity to learn about both the animals at the zoo and conservationism in general, while making lifelong friends.
Cape May Lighthouse
This pinnacle of Cape May culture attracts 80,000 visitors a year to its summit, where spectacular views of New Jersey's landscapes meet your eyes. Built in 1859, the lighthouse is a picturesque sight from sea or land, guiding mariners along the coast. Come and discover this charming Cape May institution.
Naval Air Station Wildhood Aviation Museum
In Hangar #1 at New Jersey's Cape May Airport, which served as a Naval aviation base during WWI, you'll find Wildhood Aviation Museum, a registered Historic Place of National Significance. Open year round, the museum's collection of 26 aircraft and military memorabilia, engines, and interactive exhibits enthralls visitors.
This quintessential beach has an old world feel that installs it firmly in the hearts of visitors. Nightly flag lowering ceremonies are well-attended throughout the year. After enjoying a paddle in the surf and relaxation on the beach, head to The Grille for a beverage or delicious homemade ice cream.
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