Welcome to the Luther Ogden Inn
…home of the award-winning Tomato-Zucchini Frittata
(First Place in the 2014 West Cape Tomato Festival).
This Colonial Revival bed and breakfast in Cape May, NJ with its large wrap-around porch was built by Luther Ogden in 1900. He owned the family lumberyard and used American chestnut for all of the interior pillars, ceiling beams and wood trim. The first floor features a large living room with built-in bookcases, and a sitting area with its original fireplace, as well as a dining room with a fireplace.
This turn-of-the-century inn is particularly noted for its beautiful antique lighting fixtures and cranberry glass chandelier.
In summer, our guests enjoy both a sumptuous, homemade breakfast as well as refreshing ocean breezes as they dine on the prettiest wraparound porch in Cape May. Our recipe for Breakfast Cupcakes was featured in the 2016 Chamber Of Commerce of Greater Cape May Visitor’s Guide. In winter, a fireplace provides a cozy touch in the antique-filled dining room. The inn is located in Cape May’s historic district and is just one block from the beach and 3 ½ blocks to the Victorian walking mall.
The Luther Ogden Inn was named to the 2012 Green Festival Honor Roll for its commitment to sustainability and the environment. We also received the 2013 Conservation Award from the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce as well as the 2015 Eco Award, Green Cape May, from the local Chamber.