$400 - $1,143 per night 3 night min stay
$185 - $414 per night 3-7 night min stay
$75 - $136 per night 2-7 night min stay
$135 - $160 per night 3 night min stay
Recent Fenwick Island reviews
"Just wanted to let you know you have a very clean and comfortable rental property. The location is great- out of the hustle and bustle of Ocean City but close to everything! I will keep this property in mind for future travels and will recommend to others."Guest: Fred Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 26, 2014View listing
"Our family had the absolute best time for the week. The place was simply amazing. It was very well decorated and had the all the extras that any family could hope to have in a vacation home. There was plenty of room and all 8 of us slept comfortably, plus had plenty of space to separate for a little while. The photos did not do the place proper justice because we were amazed from the moment we arrived. We wanted to extend a very warm thanks to the owners. We completely enjoyed the home and plan to vacation there again and again. Can't wait to get back there next summer. The Williams Family"Guest: Michael W. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 1, 2014View listing
"Bob the owner has done a great job with this property. You get the best of both worlds by being close to the beach and also on the canal. Two kayaks are at your disposal (only one padle though) and the deck is great for morning coffee and evening happy hour. This is a clean, comfortable, and convenient cottage with everything you need to enjoy Fenwick Island!"Guest: Mike Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 27, 2014View listing
"Our family of six adults and two young children had a wonderful time in this rental and in the Bayside Community the end of July 2014. The house was well appointed and maintained. All the family enjoyed activities which are part of the resort: crabbing, kayaking, tennis, excellent pools, and its close to Assateague and Ocean City beaches. A free shuttle bus provided transportation to Fenwick Island beach. The owner was a pleasure to deal with. He was always prompt in returning calls and most accommodating."Guest: Russ & Linda Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 2, 2014View listing
Fenwick Island Travel Tips
Spend Your Time on Fenwick Island
Delaware’s Fenwick Island is a small resort town that sits on a barrier island situated between Little Assawoman Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The most southwestern of the state’s beaches, the location allows you and your family so many options on what to do. Whether you want to go out and do it all or stay relaxed and have fun in the sun, Fenwick Island is your perfect vacation destination. The year-round community welcomes visitors through every season of the year. Let us give you a few tips and suggestions to planning the perfect vacation to Fenwick Island.
Book Fenwick Island Vacation Rentals Instead of Hotels
When it comes to booking Fenwick Island vacation rentals instead of a hotel, the choice is clear. When you stay in a rental, you can avoid the hassle of staying where crowds of other people are also staying. You will have your own private haven. Depending on your personal style and preferences, you can book a variety of accommodations including villas, houses, or even condos. You can even rent a sprawling beachfront estate! When you avoid the hotels, you not only avoid the tourists but you achieve complete control over your vacation. You decide your own schedule.
Helpful Travel Tips
Staying in Fenwick Island condos can really be a lot of fun but there are a few things to keep in mind when planning your trip. Though Fenwick Island is known for its beautiful beaches and as a prime vacation destination, it does have about 400 year-round residents. During peak vacation season, the population can grow to exceed 5,000 people! That means the one major road (Delaware Route 1) can get quite crowded. Parking is also limited so always be prepared.
Something for Everyone on Fenwick Island
It is undeniable. Everyone that visits Fenwick Island will have the time of their lives! The Atlantic Coast of Delaware is meant for every member of your family. The shopper, the surfer, the sun goddess--you name it, they'll be happy there! Additionally, there are historic sites, natural parks, and plenty of beaches to spend your days. And anyone staying in a Fenwick Island accommodation is just minutes away from the fun!
Nature Activities on the Island
As we have mentioned, there is plenty to do on Fenwick Island. For nature-lovers, bird-watching is a must, especially at the Delaware Seashore State Park. Along the bay, you will find a number of salt marshes that are home to ducks, geese, spot osprey, loons, herons, and even bald eagles! And if birds are not enough, consider whale-watching! You can book a tour to catch a glimpse of the whales but you may also get lucky enough to see a Humpback right from the shore!
Outdoor Fun on Fenwick Island
There is no question that plenty of your vacation on Fenwick Island will be spent outdoors. Some of the most beautiful beaches in the northeast can be found in Delaware vacation rentals which makes fun in the sun a requirement. If you love watersports you are in luck. Spend your days jet skiing, waterskiing, parasailing, kayaking, sailing, wind surfing, and swimming. You might even consider renting a kayak or boat for a little family adventure. For the avid fisherman, there is no shortage of crabbing and fishing either!
Sights to See
New England is a beautiful place and Fenwick Island is no exception. With plenty of historic sites along the way, you can see historic homes, museums, and old lighthouses. It is possible to book a tour of the regions to see the sights which is a wonderful way to spend the day. One place that should be on the top of your list is the Costen House Museum and Rose Garden. The preserved Victorian home is a short distance away in Pocomoke City, Maryland. If you would like to stay a little closer to your rental, check out the DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum on Ocean Highway. You and the kids will enjoy free admission to view a plethora of artifacts from various shipwrecks from the 17th through 19th centuries.