Welcome to The Breakers!
The Breakers is one of Cape May’s most distinctive properties located in the historic district (arguably on one of Cape May’s most distinctive avenues - Ocean Street). Its unique design is French Second Empire architecture with large porches, classic mansard roofing and a widow’s walk. This classic Victorian home, built in 1880, has undergone restoration in 2005. Enjoy the ocean views and the one-block walk to Cape May beaches
On-site parking for up to 8 cars
8 large bedrooms - sleeps 23; 16 in traditional beds (7 queens and 1 king); 7 in convertible beds (2 queen futons, 1 single futon, 1 double sleep sofa)
9 modern bathrooms
Period furnishing including mahogany trim, chandeliers, Persian rugs
Side porch with private garden and Koi pond
Outdoor shower and changing area.
Charcoal grill and gas grill (brand-new Weber 2013).
Beach chairs and bicycle racks available.
Comfortable beds, sofas, and modern convenience
Flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi, and Cable
Hi-velocity air conditioning and heat with 3 separate zones
Centrally located and walking distance from the beach, dining and shopping
The Breakers is a pet-free and smoke-free rental.
Jan 1-March 28: $5500/week; $1300/night
March 28-May 9: $5800/week; $1300/night
May 9-Jun 6: $6200/week; $1300/night
Jun 6-13: $7800/week
Jun 13-20: $9500/week
Jun 20- July 11: $10,000/week
Jul 11-Aug 15: $10,500/week
Aug 15-22: $9000/week
Aug 22-Aug 29: $8000/week
Aug 29-Sept 26: $7500/week; $1300/night
Sept 26-Oct 17: $6500/week; $1300/night
Oct 17-Dec 31: $6000/week; $1300/night except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Eve: $1600/night
Rates are subject to change without notice.
Effective October 1, 2018, any transient accommodation rental agreement transacted as owner-direct or transacted through the transient accommodation marketplace (Airbnb, Homeaway, VRBO, VacationRentals or Flipkey) in the state of New Jersey is subject by law to a 13.625% taxation that must be collected from the tenant either by the marketplace or the owner on behalf of The Abbey and The Breakers’ contracts and submitted to the NJ Department of Taxation.