Decadence in Cape May

  How do you define decadence in Cape May?  Put together three of my favorite things – good food, good wine, and a cruise on the A.J. Meerwald.  Hawk Haven Continue Reading →

Scary Cape May – the ultimate return guests

Scary Cape May, right here at Leith Hall Last weekend, our wonderful returning guests, Jeromy and Vonessa, stayed at Leith Hall. Jeromy is a photographer and he posted a photo Continue Reading →

SPRING FESTIVAL IS FESTING!

Spring festival is Cape May’s annual sigh of relief that Winter is over. This year we have a few new events that will get you in the spirit. First, if Continue Reading →

Cape May Singer Songwriter Weekend March 28 and 29

Cape May Singer Songwriter Weekend March 28 and 29 The seventeenth annual Cape May Singer-Songwriter weekend is almost upon us. With performances at Congress Hall, at Carneys, and at Elaine’s, Continue Reading →

Pumpkin Apricot Cake from Leith Hall

I served this pumpkin apricot cake this past weekend for afternoon tea. The simple syrup makes it very moist and delicious. I like pumpkin and apricots together because they are Continue Reading →

Old Fashioned Christmas Came to Live in Cape May

This December, come to Cape May, where real old fashioned Christmas came to live. There are two major house tours offered by the Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts; the Christmas Continue Reading →

Holidays in Cape May – Come Visit!

Who would spend the holidays in Cape May? A beach town in the winter? Yes, indeed. Cape May is hopping with Christmas activities. The Physick Estate has a special tour Continue Reading →

Christmas is Alive and Well in Cape May

  A real Victorian Christmas in Victorian Cape May Do you love to snoop in other people’s houses? Do you love a cup of Christmas cheer and the resulting holiday Continue Reading →