Come and enjoy a peaceful getaway conveniently removed from the hustle and bustle of Cape May. Our 1854 Victorian mansion offers European appeal rich in local history. Our elegant rooms have been renovated in 2014 paired with our lush landscaping, full breakfast & afternoon refreshments will provide an ideal setting for: Vacation stays ~ Business stays ~ Romantic Getaways ~ Family Reunions. We welcome you to join us for an unforgettable experience in the heart of Cape May County, New Jersey at a location that is central to the shores of Cape May, Avalon, Stone Harbor and the Wildwoods.
Features a queen size bed, steam shower, fireplace, refrigerator, TV and a view of historic Main Street. Albert Elmer Wood, PHD was born in the room and it bears his name today.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $170
Our bridal suite features a king bed, separate sitting room, vanity w/sink, Jacuzzi tub, built-in-armoire, fireplace, TV refrigerator and a balcony overlooking our lush gardens. This room is named after Elizabeth E. Wood PHD, born on September 24, 1871. A prolific author, she published between 20-30 short stories, books, and novels. She loved to paint, but decided the Bohemian artistic lifestyle was not for her so she turned to writing. A biography of the accomplished woman may be found at the Historical Society of Cape May, there is too much of her story to list here.
Nightly Rate: $155 - $195
The Crawford Suite is a 3-bedroom suite. They share a bathroom with a separate dressing-room/vanity area. The bathroom includes a two-person Jacuzzi tub and steam shower. Each bedroom has its own fireplace and TV. Sitting area in two rooms. Sleeps 6, perfect for families/couples traveling together. This suite is named after a previous owner of the Inn, Dr. Carolyn Crawford a neonatologist. When she purchased it in 1993 the building was in a state of deterioration. Through a significant capital investment and a vision, she revived the grandeur of the Doctor’s Inn. This suite was her residence during her proprietorship.
Nightly Rate: $225 - $350
The only room located on the first floor, this room is ADA accessible and features a fireplace, refrigerator, TV, and large shower. This beautifully appointed room with a queen size bed was the office of the original builder Inn. This room is named after Dr. John Wiley, who was born in Salem, NJ. He graduated from Jefferson Medical School in Philadelphia, and came here when he bought the medical practice that was two doors down on Main Street. When he built this house in 1854, his medical practice was actually in the space where this room is now located.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $170
Our SMALLEST Room. Features a queen size bed, bureau, and a Jacuzzi tub. The namesake for this room, Roger Cognant Wood Ph.D, Roger received his Masters Degree in Geology at Princeton University, and his Ph.D from Harvard University. Roger invented a special net, which keeps Terrapin turtles from getting caught in lobster traps. Terrapins were an endangered species. As a result of this invention lobsterman found they were now only catching bigger and better lobsters. Thus, the invention has a two-fold positive effect ecologically and economically. He is now on the faculty of Stoc
Nightly Rate: $110 - $145
Features a queen size bed, period armoire, fireplace, TV, and Jacuzzi tub with skylight. This room is named after Horace Elmer Wood II Ph.D, he graduate from Princeton in 1921, with a doctorate in Geology from Columbia University in 1926. He also attended Washington Square College in NY and from there he went to Newark College, (Rutgers University) where he became a professor of Biology. He joined the Air Force during WW II and taught cadets from France stationed in Alabama. After returning to the area his health began to deteriorate, he retired early, and lived here until his death.
Nightly Rate: $135 - $165
Features a king size bed, large ornate armoire and bureau, fireplace, TV and refrigerator; bathroom features a skylight and Jacuzzi tub. This room can adjoin to room 6 for families or couples traveling together. Albert Frederick is the son of Albert Elmer Wood. He is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia where he received his M.D. He received his B.A. from Amherst University, which he loved ever since his father had taught there. During the Vietnam War he was a flight surgeon in both Vietnam and Thailand. Specializing in Urology, he currently resides in San Francisco, California
Nightly Rate: $135 - $175
Two room suite with a separate sitting area. This room features a queen size bed, armoire, fireplace, TV, refrigerator and bureau, and a two-person Jacuzzi tub. Bright southern exposure. Florence Dowden Wood PDH received her doctorate in Zoology from Yale. She was the first female graduate student from Yale with a doctorate in Zoology. A visiting professor impressed with Florence introduced her to studying Arachnoids and Lobsters, which became her life’s work. After the death of her husband she lived alone for many years. She was the last original family member to occupy this house.
Nightly Rate: $145 - $180
The Crawford 1 room comes with either a Full, Queen or King sized bed. The bathroom incl. Jacuzzi tub & steam shower.
The Crawford 2 Rooms consist of 2 rooms that share a bathroom. The rooms have either a full, queen or king sized bed. The bathroom incl. Jacuzzi tub & steam shower.
4.8 on October 08, 2014
My husband and I visited in September and stayed in the Robert C. Wood Room. The accommodations were very quaint, and the service and hospitality was superb. We loved the full buffet breakfast and intimate seating arrangements. The Doctor's Inn is conveniently located near the beaches and two great restaurants. Lorraine, Gerri, & Alicia went above and beyond to make our stay comfortable. We look forward to returning soon, The Payne Family
4.0 on October 08, 2014
We just stayed one night, but it was great! If we ever make it to Cape May again, will definitely stay at the Doctors Inn.
4.4 on September 30, 2014
The Doctors Inn was a great place for us to stay on our first trip to Cape May, NJ. It was conveniently located to the area attractions. The Inn itself was extremely comfortable and well decorated to the point that you felt like you had stepped back into the early 1900's. The place was very quiet and and restful and my wife and I would highly recommend it.
All of us here at The Doctor's Inn appreciate that you took the time to write such a nice review. Thank you for choosing us for your lodging needs.
5 on September 04, 2014
Being our first visit to the 8/28 and 29/2014 We loved the Inn! The food was outstanding! The staff was phenomenal! We couldn't have asked for a better place to stay. The facility was clean and well appointed. . It's the little things that all add up to an amazing experience. From fabulous breakfasts in the morning, to tea, beverages, fruit, homemade cookies etc. in the dining room for afternoon or evening snack. We loved the comfortable white wicker rockers on the porch, the lovely living room and dining rooms to sit and read or talk. The Queen sized bed was very comfortable and the room was clean, quiet and adorable. Almost wished it were cold so we could have used the lovely fireplace. The large shower with excellent water pressure was even stocked with shampoo/conditioner, body wash, shower cap etc. We almost missed the refrigerator because it looked like a Victorian nightstand. Can you believe it, they have truly thought of EVERYTHING .The customer service was absolutely incredible, and the staff was professional, genuinely friendly, memorable, attentive and accommodating. Lorraine was very knowledgeable about local restaurants, shopping and sites to visit like the Wetlands, Wineries etc. Lorraine, I’ll never forget that delicious blackberry jam and your kindness. With the staff, .charm, elegance and beautiful Victorian décor the ambiance was great! An all around terrific experience- highly recommended. WE CAN’T THINK OF EVEN ONE NEGATIVE REMARK TO MAKE. We will be back soon!
Thank you so much. It was our pleasure to have you as guests.
3.4 on August 25, 2014
Stayed three nights in the Crawford Suite - only one room air-conditioned, although there is a circulating fan in the second largest of the rooms. Helpful to leave room doors open to increase circulation of air in summer months. Beds comfortable; steam shower lovely; 2 sinks available in very large bathroom. Beautifully maintained home; staff helpful.
Thank you for your kind words. We love to hear from our guests. In the Crawford Suite we have a window air conditioning unit to supplement the central unit. We put the window unit in because the suite faces the Southwest and does get a little warmer than the rest of the rooms. So although there is only one window unit, the whole suite has central air, which we can adjust. We are so happy you enjoyed your stay and hope to see you again. We look beautiful in snow! Also, great off-season rates.
5 on August 25, 2014
We thought that we were staying in Cape May when we booked the Doctor's Inn but found that we were actually staying in an inn about 8 miles north of Cape May. We were so happy that we did. The Doctor's Inn is one of the most charming inns that we have stayed in. Although we stayed in one of the smaller rooms we were invited to view one of the suites which was even more luxurious from the authentic woodwork to the stained glass windows. We will definitely make this inn our stay the next time we visit the area.. p.s. The breakfast was amazing also from the home made jams to the blueberry pancakes!
What a great review! Thanks so much. This review invigorates us.
4.6 on August 07, 2014
Room 0 was lovely in every way. Our room was on the first floor by the main door, yet it was very quiet. Our hosts were attentive and helpful. There was a lovely tea set up when we arrived, and a well stocked breakfast buffet. The hot entrees were standard breakfast fare, and tasted very fresh. I'd go back again.
Thanks for taking the time to review. We so appreciate your kind thoughts. Try us in the fall--wonderful time of year and great off-season rates.
3.6 on August 02, 2014
This was a great experience. My only suggestions would be brighter lighting in the rooms and update the TV. It was also hard to figure out how to change the channels on the TV. This wasn't a huge issue because we didn't have much time to watch it anyway. Beds were really comfortable!
Thank you for staying with us and your nice review. We will look into the lighting and are always are trying to improve our service.
5 on July 30, 2014
Spacious, clean rooms with a delicious breakfast!
We are glad you enjoyed yourselves. We love hosting girls weekends. They always seem to have fun!
3.4 on July 17, 2014
This was our third stay at the Doctor's Inn. A beautiful Victorian Home. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We always enjoy coming back in the evening to find cookies and hot tea available in the dining area.
Love your review. Thank you.
STONE HARBOR, AVALON, THE WILDWOODS, CAPE MAY, Small town
Atlantic City, NJ (ACY) 35 miles
Conveniently located close to the adjacent towns of Stone Harbor, Avalon, Cape May and the Wildwoods. A short distance to the Cape May County Zoo, Vineyards, the Boardwalk & Beaches. Across the street from the Historic Courthouse and 3 blocks from the Medical Center.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, Nature area, Ocean, About 40min Drive To Atlantic City. Many local vineyard/winery tours. Zoo is less than a mile away., Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Copier, Fax Machine, Telephone, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Outdoor gardens w/Gazebo, Enjoy your coffee or tea on front porch, Note- Some Amenities subject to Availability
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Bird watching, Shopping
, Avail. upon request