Located only an hour and a half from New York City and Philadelphia, at the tip of Barnegat Bay, it is the last train stop of the NJ Transit shore line.

The building was first constructed by the Johnson family as their beachside home in 1886. It was later discovered by a local retired sea captain, Captain Bailey, in 1912, who converted the home into one of the first coastal inns within the resort town of Bay Head, NJ. Now, we offer modern accommodations that combine the inspiration of east coast surf culture and the rich heritage of our storied past.

Fill your Bay Head stay with a few of our local favorites: