Rehoboth Guest House is just a five-minute walk from sandy beaches, blue ocean, and a lively boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach, a small town in eastern Delaware. In the summer, when you’re not soaking up rays at the beach, you can relax on one of the house’s two sun decks. There’s also a large front porch with cushioned rocking chairs.
The whitewashed Victorian bed and breakfast contains guest rooms with simple furniture, colorful quilts, and large windows that let in plenty of natural light but keep out bees trying to stash honey in your pillows. Rooms connect to private bathrooms.
In the morning, the manager sets out a free continental breakfast in the dining room.
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware: Sandy Beaches and Local Seafood
Perched along the Atlantic Ocean in eastern Delaware, the small town of Rehoboth Beach is surrounded by miles of beaches dotted with sand dunes and scraggly sea grasses. Right along the eponymous main beach, you can browse local shops or go for an early-morning bike ride down a 1-mile-long boardwalk. A couple of miles south, in Dewey Beach, there are even more dining, shopping, and nightlife options along the waterfront. Both beaches are free and open to the public all year long.
A number of local seafood joints make their homes in Rehoboth Beach. They feature seasonal menus that may include local oysters, New England lobster rolls, and Maryland rockfish. From May through October, you can sample even more local offerings at the Rehoboth Beach farmers’ market, held every Tuesday.