Italian Treasure Found in Cape May
Meet Ron Stanton (in the video), a Greenwich, CT resident, the new and proud owner of The Angel of the Sea B&B in Cape May, New Jersey. He and his beautiful wife Theresa have one more reason to be happy and celebrate life these days: they have just purchased this magnificent, historic Victorian landmark at 5 Trenton Avenue, at the corner of Beach Avenue, a stone throw from the beach, in Cape May. Not to mention, The Angel of the Sea is also one of the best B&B in America. Ron, who is half Italian with roots in Basilicata, Southern Italy, and a successful entrepreneur in Connecticut, has already brought a bit of Italy in Cape May. In fact, in addition to the afternoon tea time at 4:00 p.m., later at sunset (from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.) his guests enjoy an array of Italian cheeses, dry sausage, prosciutto and melon, sopressata and other Italian delicatessen that Ron brings with him from Arthur Avenue, in the Bronx, during his trips from Connecticut to Cape May. Every afternoon, the guests gather on the beautiful veranda to savor the Italian delicatessen, sip the variety of wines served each time and enjoy the lovely and peaceful sunset. The Angel of the Sea B&B is a perfect romantic gateway for young couples and those not so young. It is close to historic downtown and it is paradise to those who seek a quiet time, like trips to wineries, farm-to-table food, fishing, jazz, surfing or just a walk on the beach or to historic downtown, especially at Christmas time. When you leave, you will take a piece of Cape May with you along with your memories and you will never forget your way back to The Angel of the Sea B&B, Ron and Theresa Stanton's lovely new home.
Congratulations, Ron and Theresa, and best wishes and much success on your endeavor in Cape May!