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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Bethany Beach reviews
"Last year my wife and I took our 1 year old on his first vacation with NANA and POP and I can honestly say that we came back the following year because it was fantastic. We worked our vacation around the availability of this BEAUTIFUL UNIT. Bonus that most people do not mention was the unit parking space was convienently right outside the entrance to Faragut elevators, covered, and right in the middle of a 3 spot area.... THIS WAS A SIGNIFICANT LUXURY that needs to be known!!!! I have, and will continue to recommend this unit to friends and colleagues"Guest: Patrick Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 22, 2014View listing
"This is a very nice well decorated condo. Beds are comfortable and the kitchen is well stocked. Favorite amenity was the clubhouse. We had 6 teenagers and a 9 year old and they made good use of the pool and game rooms. Adults enjoyed the fitness center. It was also nice to have the tv space at the clubhouse where the girls often went to have some space. Owner was easy to communicate with and when dishwasher broke during our stay he had it replaced. Although this will technically sleep 14, we were a bit crowded with 11 (I'm sure the 6 teenager had something to do with that). The bunk room is tiny and that's where we had 4 teenage boys. For a smaller or younger group it would be perfect."Guest: beachvaca Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014View listing
"We were a huge group -4 families, still lots of space and excellent location. .. less than 50 steps to beach. we had a great time. . House was fully equipped - kitchen even had blenders. It was a wonderful break. Owner was easy to communicate with and all the information was great. Thanks a ton for the watermelon Nancy..."Guest: Sandhya Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 26, 2014View listing
"We arrived on July 12, 2014 and stayed for 2 weeks. The house was perfect for us - lots of room and more important bathrooms so no one was waiting for a shower! The weather cooperated and we were at the beach every day!! It was so easy being just steps from the beach. We were able to go back and forth to the townhouse easily. The town of Bethany Beach provided lots of things to do with our little ones from Monday night movies on the beach to Wednesday plays at the Town Hall to Thursday night bonfires on the beach. Also we loved Matt's as we could walk there and enjoy a great dinner or just drinks and appetizers. We would highly recommend this lovely townhouse to everyone!!!"Guest: peggy b. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 11, 2014View listing
Bethany Beach Travel Tips
The permanent population of Bethany Beach, Del., lingers around 1,000, but this little seaside resort town is alive with vacationers from Baltimore, Virginia and beyond seeking an idyllic retreat from hectic city living. The beach town is sandwiched between popular locales Ocean City, Md., and Rehoboth Beach, Del. If you’re planning your escape to Bethany Beach, here are the must-visit attractions, parks and restaurants in the area to make for a wonderful time away.
Spend the day on Fenwick Island, which is about a 4-mile drive south from Bethany Beach on Route 1. Though it’s not a real island, it’s still an enchanting place. One of the best things to do here is visit Fenwick Island State Park. You and the kids can swim, boogie board and play in the sand in this relaxing locale. For a more active experience, take a guided canoe or kayak tour through the meandering waterways - pick a water trail that’s right for you, whether it’s 6 to 7 miles on the Brandywine Creek Trail or a shorter, more relaxing paddle on the non-tidal Racoon Pond, where you are likely to see otters and water snakes. While you’re on Fenwick Island, also check out the lighthouse, which was built in 1859. Though it’s not in use for ships, it still lights up the night sky today. You also can’t miss the free DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum on Route 1, just above Sea Shell City. It’s a private collection of old coins, china and jewelry from various area shipwrecks.
Holts Landing State Park is another must-see. The beaches are pristine, and the bay is perfect for clamming, crabbing and fishing. Take a hike or a relaxed stroll on one of the various peaceful trails. The Bethany Beach Nature Center on Garfield Parkway is a great little place to learn about local wildlife. They host programs for kids on Saturday mornings and can provide you with information on how to research and track horseshoe crabs in the area:
Though natural beauty is prevalent in Bethany Beach due to the protected parks and interesting coastal ecosystem, there’s plenty more to explore in the area.
- Hit the mini-links at Viking Golf Theme Park on Fenwick Island, If golf doesn’t interest you or the kids, ride the go-carts and get wet at the water park.
- See and be seen on the 1-mile long Bethany Beach Boardwalk. There are a few businesses to check out, but the main attractions are people-watching and taking in the salty seaside air. This small but mighty boardwalk hosts the Bethany Beach Boardwalk Arts Festival every September. The juried show features works by more than 100 artists, and nearly 7,500 people attend the fest each year.
- Grab the perfect photo opportunity at the Chief Little Owl totem pole at the corner of Garfield Parkway and U.S. Route 1. It was carved by a Hungarian artist who immigrated to the U.S. and is dedicated to the Nanticoke Tribal Nation.
- Climb the WWII Tower in South Bethany. There are 11 such towers along the coast from Wildwood, N.J., to Bethany Beach. Supposedly, U.S. service members stationed there could see 14 miles into the Atlantic as they scanned for enemy ships!
Dining and Shopping
There are two main places to dine and shop in Bethany Beach: the Boardwalk and Garfield Parkway.
On the Boardwalk, the dining is excellent. For a casual but sophisticated meal, head to Patsy’s, where the serve up a mix of Southern-inspired and Key West-style cuisine. Patsy, the owner and chef, believes in farm-to-table dining, so most of the ingredients are local and organic, including the fresh seafood. The only exception is her signature dish: whole snapper, which is flown in from Key West and flash fried tempura-style. If you need a sweet treat, head to The Original Kohr Bros. for frozen yogurt or Maureen’s Ice Cream & Desserts for everything under the sun.
The best spot on Garfield Parkway is Off the Hook for sumptuous farm-to-table fare like buttermilk battered oysters, truffled sweet corn and crab flatbread and mini cheesecakes with strawberry and basil compote. Another must-try is DiFebo’s for their gourmet Mediterranean-inspired cuisine.