Saltwood House

Living Room

Delight in the Victorian charms of this artfully restored home ...
Escape to the gentler pace of an era long gone by ...
Indulge yourself with gentle ocean breezes ...

Built in 1906 for local real estate magnate Charles Campbell and his family, the Saltwood House is a gracious Victorian home retaining much of its original charm.

Named after Thomas à Becket's castle on the coast of Kent near Canterbury, England, today's Saltwood House has four distinctively decorated guest units all with private baths.

Carriage The Favored Scholar

Saltwood has been meticulously restored and authentically furnished. Every effort has been made to give the house the ambiance of a historic private residence. The look is bright and airy; the colors are warm; the feeling is open.

Exterior View

Saltwood House is ideally situated on Jackson Street - the heart of Cape May's primary historic district. Possessing one of the town's finest streetscapes, Jackson Street has a warm and festive atmosphere all seasons of the year. The historically consistent Victorian architecture, the gas lamps, the large sycamore shade trees, and the passing horse-drawn carriages all work their individual magic to give the street its distinctive flavor.

Nestled mid-block, Saltwood House is only one-half block from the beach and is equally close to the Washington Street Mall, the town's main shopping district. Many of Cape May's finest restaurants are also within easy walking distance.

Saltwood House