Walking along the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk and visiting this quaint seaside city is at the top of our list of things to do on the east coast this summer. In a recent blog post, we wrote about all of the great things to do in nearby Cape May, New Jersey. In that blog, we connected Cape May to Rehoboth Beach via the Cape May Lewes Ferry, thus connecting two fantastic and beach-focused getaway towns.
In this blog, we're going to talk a bit more about all of the things that await you in beautiful Rehoboth Beach, including the delightfully charming Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk.
Whether you choose to visit both beach getaways or just one, know that there is a Select Registry Bed and Breakfast there, just waiting to take care of you. All of our properties offer a unique combination of guest rooms and amenities, but they are all dedicated to high-quality experiences and excel in hospitality.
With domestic travel looking more likely again this summer, we look forward to sharing our favorite parts of the country with you! Ready to start planning? Let's head to Rehoboth Beach for a bit of fun in the sun!
The Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk is 1 mile long and is one of the top attractions in the city - aside, of course, from the stunning beaches nearby. Along the entire length of the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, you'll find a range of eclectic shops, restaurants, and family attractions. It was actually the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk that led this charming coastal destination to be named one of the nation's 10 Great Coastal Boardwalks by National Geographic.
While you may think that the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk is only a good place to spend time during the summer, you're wrong. This beating heart of the city actually serves as the backdrop for a variety of fun festivals and events throughout the year.
Whether you're looking for a place to people-watch or browse local shops, the Boardwalk is a "must" visit. Here are just a few of the top attractions you'll enjoy along the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk:
Though the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk is a sight to behold while you're in town, it's certainly not all this coastal town has to offer! Here are a few other ideas for how to best enjoy your getaway to Rehoboth Beach:
If you'd like to extend your coastal vacation from Rehoboth Beach to Cape May, New Jersey, you'll find a guide to the area here, as well as links to Select Registry lodging in the area below. We hope to see you out on the coast this summer!
The Bellmoor Inn & Spa is a resort hotel offering an upscale lodging experience in Rehoboth Beach Delaware, with a variety of fabulous luxury hotel features and unique lodging amenities. Enjoy peace and relaxation in our spacious guest rooms and suites and take advantage of our elegant, beachside accommodations that are the ideal lodging option for family vacations, romantic weekend getaways, and corporate retreats.
The Bellmoor Inn & Spa features a central location near the best attractions, beaches, museums, entertainment, shopping, dining in Rehoboth Beach, and our casual, yet elegant, atmosphere, friendly staff, and unique vacation packages make The Bellmoor the ideal hotel choice in Rehoboth Beach.
Welcoming guests since 1980, The Queen Victoria offers rooms and suites furnished with fine antiques and handmade quilts. The decor is uncluttered, with great attention to detail and many thoughtful extras. Choose from thirty-four unique, inviting, and spacious rooms and suites, all with private baths.
The Queen Victoria is conveniently located in the heart of Cape May's historic district, one block from the Atlantic Ocean, with tours, shops, and fine restaurants. For your true Victorian enjoyment, fifty rocking chairs fill porches, gardens, and a rooftop sundeck. A wicker swing takes you back to a quieter time.
The Mainstay Inn was originally known as "The Clubhouse," a 19th-century pleasure palace, where gentlemen gathered in an elegant setting for gambling and other amusements. Since 1976, visitors have been able to enjoy the same grand spaces, with fourteen-foot ceilings, and museum-quality antiques.
The twelve spacious guestrooms are furnished with splendid antiques, much as they were in the 19th century, but now all have private bathrooms with tub and shower. Guest in the Inn and Cottage enjoy a delicious breakfast each morning, and there is an afternoon happy hour. We give you everything you need to enjoy a day at the beach, too.
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