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Recent New Jersey reviews

  • Great place to stay in Wildwood

    "The place has everything and more. Debbie is great to work with and was always easy to contact with questions. The apt is spacious, comfortable, very clean, beautifully decorated and had lots of little extras. The location is great. Just a block and a half from the beach and board walk and half a block to conveniences such as Rite Aid and restaurants. We had three cars and parking was never a problem. There is a nice little backyard , perfect for grilling, and Debbie provides the grill. She thinks of everything including a garage full of beach equipment like chairs, cart, pails and shovels. We had a great time and will definitely stay again when we are in Wildwood. Mary B. from Central Jersey August 2014"
    Guest: Mary B. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 6, 2014
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  • We had a great time !

    "Great communication with the owner. The unit was perfectly clean. One block to the beach. Perfect for famillies with young children. We enjoyed the pool also. We had a great time. We would definitly go back."
    Guest: Veronica Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014
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  • Fun Bay House!

    "My children and I stayed two weeks at this property and wished we could stay longer! I'm from Brigantine, so I had lots of family and friends stop by to visit. Great place to entertain. We loved Barbecuing, Crabbing and Fishing from the dock, swimming, paddle boarding on the bay. Good times and Great memories! The owner Bill is a nice guy. He made sure we had everything we needed for our stay. Thank you Bill for everything!!!"
    Guest: Tami Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014
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  • Great Condo!

    "The pictures provided on the web site are very accurate. The place was very high end with great furnishings. The property was clean and comfortable. Great proximity to the beach. I like that it comes with two parking spaces but would have really preferred that they be under cover. Some one from above poured coffee over the side of their balcony and it sprayed all over my car. Wasn't too happy about that. Other than that, it was a great place and I would definitely stay there again. Highly recommend!!!!!!"
    Guest: LeAnn S. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 28, 2014
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Delaware River Region Travel Tips

Delaware River Vacation Rentals Are Conveniently Located

Convenient for both Newark and Philadelphia International Airports, the area around Delaware River lodging is a great vacation area. It is conveniently located with several major roads into the region, with Interstate 95 being the main route. New Jersey’s moderate climate provides warm, humid summers and cold winters.

Delaware River Vacation Houses Have History on Your Doorstep

There are many delightful areas around Delaware River vacation rentals with many cities and natural areas to explore. One of the most famous cities is home to one of the world’s most renowned universities, Princeton. This historic city is an ideal place to walk, enjoying the vibrant atmosphere and beautiful architecture. At Battlefield State Park, visit Clark House; the former home of Thomas Clarke sits within 85 acres covering the area of the Battle of Princeton. Drumthwacket is a Greek Revival-style mansion and is the official residence of the State Governor. Also here is Morven, the former home of Richard Stockton, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Those looking to explore the prehistoric age may like the Museum of National History at the University for its collection of dinosaur fossils, eggs and artifacts from the area. Recently restored Rockingham House is the site where George and Martha Washington stayed during the 1783 Continental Congress.

Nearby, Salem sits on the junction of the Intercoastal Waterway and both the Delaware and Salem rivers. The renovated downtown area is a mix of historic architecture and great shopping. Nature lovers will enjoy Fort Mott State Park on the banks of the Delaware River. Here, visitors can explore the fort, sea wall and Finns Point Trail. From here, there is a ferry to Pea Patch Island, the site of Fort Delaware. This impressive structure was a prison during the Civil War. Other towns to explore within the region include Burlington, famous for its connection to the legendary pirate, Blackbeard. Close to Burlington is Haddonfield where the world’s first dinosaur skeleton was discovered in 1858 and Mullica Hill, where the whole town is preserved on the National Register of Historic Places. This is a great town for those who enjoy antiquing, and there are also art galleries, restaurants, and many charming shops. The adventurous may enjoy an evening ghost walk here. The village of Batsto in Hammonton dates back to 1766 and offers visitors the chance to learn more about this important period in American history. Visitors to Camden will want to explore the waterfront, with spectacular views over to the skyline of Philadelphia. Here, stop at the Adventure Aquarium where visitors are encouraged to touch species such as starfish, stingrays and even the sharks. Permanently docked here is the esteemed Battleship New Jersey, now a floating museum, commemorating her role in defending the United States.

Historic Towns in an Historic Area

The area is not just about exploring the beautiful towns around Delaware River vacation houses. At Pinelands National Reserve, visitors will find a unique habitat with a wonderful variety of wildlife and plant, including wild orchids, rare pygmy pitch pines and the endangered Pinelands tree frog. In the Reserve, visitors can hike the trails, visit the historic sites and discover the charming towns. Activities here include canoeing, kayaking and biking.

Some Delaware River Lodging Is as Historic as the Region

Delaware River vacation houses here are steeped in the history of this area, and come with an impressive array of extras to make these beautiful properties even more special. Each home comes with a fully equipped kitchen, including washing and drying facilities, and air conditioning. They are wonderfully decorated to a high standard and some include wifi internet access among the luxury extras provided. Many welcome both kids and dogs.

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