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 Rehoboth Beach reviews
"This house is a true gem. From the moment we walked in, we felt like we were "home." The house is inviting and bright, and the floor plan is great for a family. You can see into the breakfast/playroom from the sink in the kitchen, and the living room opens to the playroom as well. The one-level living makes it ideal for families with small children. Our family of four stayed here with my parents and we all had plenty of room. From the outdoor shower to the laundry facilities, cookware, outdoor dining space, breakfast room, board games...everything we wanted was at our disposal. My son was particularly happy to find that not only were there train tracks with trains...but the coveted Thomas and James trains were part of the set. Though the house is within walking distance from the beach, we drove most days. We parked on St. Lawrence in the closest spot to the beach every morning with no problem. The house is situated on a quiet street with no outlet, and my boys (4 and 2) had a blast riding their bikes through the neighborhood. The streets are all even and flat so they could ride to their hearts' content. We enjoyed the Oyster House and Papa Grande for restaurants. I also recommend Browse-About Books -- a one-of-a-kind bookstore, toy store, and home goods store. We were there during Superhero Week and enjoyed a fantastic story time and character visits. We had no issues during our stay, but I have no doubt Patti would have responded immediately if we needed her. She was incredibly helpful from the moment we sent our first inquiry to the week before our stay. You can tell this is a special place -- we're lucky to have been able to share it."Guest: Jess C. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 5, 2014View listing
"The condo is lovely, well supplied, beautifully decorated & neat as a pin. Location is great - close to everything & being a cul-de sac, traffic is limited to residents. The owner is friendly & helpful, offering easy access before & during our visit (although we had no need to reach out since everything went so smoothly.) We're planning our return next yr."Guest: Karen H Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 18, 2014View listing
"2 short blocks from the beach. Very accessible -- spacious outside shower, front and back doors make coming and going easy (keyless), and porch ensures the sand and "stuff" don't mess up and clutter the house. Everything worked in the kitchen and the grill (thanks to responsive real estate professional). AC kept the place cool and the two showers, laundry machines, etc. all made for an effortless time at the beach."Guest: David H Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014View listing
"We had an incredible stay at this condo. It is gorgeous, spacious (2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 balconies, dining area, kitchen w bar to living area), contemporary, fully stocked and has high end appliances. There is space enough to sleep ten. It is about 50 feet from the board walk, and is the fifth block south of Rehoboth Ave. There is a pool on the other side of the complex and two parking spots under the building. We will definitely be coming back next year!! Thank you A & P for having us as guests. See you soon!!"Guest: Andi C. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 30, 2014View listing
Rehoboth Beach Travel Tips
Lovely Rehoboth Beach Vacation Rentals
Rehoboth Beach is Delaware’s largest and longest established Atlantic resort and known as America’s Summer Capital. The sandy beach is lined with a mile-long boardwalk. There are bandstands, a convention center and plenty of shops and restaurants within the town itself. The city has a busy calendar of events to keep locals and visitors amused throughout the year, including the Punkin Chunkin’ Contest in November, the Fourth of July Fireworks and the Sea Witch Halloween Festival. With a flourishing arts scene, a theater, lively nightlife and a wide choice of restaurant dining, Rehoboth Beach is a great place to enjoy a vacation.
The Great Advantages of Rehoboth Beach Vacation Rentals
A vacation rental home is the perfect way to enjoy a relaxed family vacation. Well-located, comfortably furnished and amply spacious, renting a beach condo makes a convenient base. Consider sharing a larger property with family and friends to keep costs down without sacrificing any of the luxuries and amenities. A vacation rental is great for a family vacation, especially at Thanksgiving or during the holidays when everyone can lend a hand with the cooking and entertainment. Family pets are usually welcome at a vacation rental home so you can save on kennels fees too.
Things to do Around Rehoboth Beach
Rehoboth Beach offers plenty of activities for children, teens, couples and retirees. The town is also popular with gay visitors. The sandy beach is perfect for swimming, fishing and ball games. It is also a popular place for weddings! Take a stroll along the boardwalk or sit and people-watch from the many seats which line the promenade. Those who enjoy fishing will be in their element at Rehoboth Beach. Fishing trips, boat charters and bait and tackle shops offer everything you need for a pleasant day’s fishing. A browse around the local shops will surprise you with a host of antique shops, craft stores, a brewery and gift shops. The Rehoboth Museum and children’s arcade also offer local entertainment.
How to get to Rehoboth Beach Condos
Rehoboth Beach is easy to drive to but those traveling from other areas may choose to fly and drive. The Atlantic City Airport in New Jersey is 58 miles away from Rehoboth Beach. Philadelphia International Airport is 80 miles away and from the south, the Baltimore-Washington International Airport is a 91-mile drive away. Rehoboth Beach is very easy to explore on foot or bicycle once you have settled into your vacation home but a car will enable visitors to easily explore the surrounding areas.
Neighborhoods to Visit From Your Rehoboth Beach Accommodation
The Cape Henlopen State Park is a great place to spend the day. Marked by a World War II observation tower, the park has excellent patrolled beaches, fishing, tennis, basketball and nature trails. It is also the start of the American Discovery Trail which stretches for 6,300 miles and links 15 states and the District of Columbia, passing many points of interest along the way. The state park also has a Seaside Nature Center to learn more about this beautiful coastline.
A short drive or boat ride away is the quaint town of Lewes. Visit Nassau Valley Vineyards and enjoy a picnic and a tour of the winery followed by wine tastings. The historic Lewes Farmers Market is well worth visiting and the Old Dutch Town Hall is now the location of the Zwaanendael Museum which tells the story of Delaware’s early settlers.
Take the ferry crossing from Lewes to Cape May lodging and visit the oldest seashore resort in the U.S. which offers an interesting day out. Cape May has delightful Victorian architecture, shops, galleries and many restaurants but you will have to pay to visit the beach!
The Weather Around Rehoboth Beach
Rehoboth Beach in Delaware has warm summers with temperatures averaging 86 degrees Fahrenheit in July. Winters are cold with temperatures below freezing, in the 30s. Rainfall is moderate all year round, although August is slightly rainier with some heavy afternoon showers.