Sometimes, a trip to the seaside calls for staying somewhere a little more simple and quaint. Whether you’re planning a romantic getaway with that special someone in your life, a retreat with a handful of close friends, or a family vacation with the kids, we understand that not every vacation requires an enormous villa in order to be enjoyable. For these types of trips, we offer an exclusive selection of cozy yet spacious one-bedroom vacation rentals in Delaware’s beaches and all over the Rehoboth Beach area. Take a look at some of these beautiful vacation rentals along Delaware’s beaches below!
Charming Properties with Convenient Amenities
The exteriors of our one-bedroom vacation rentals on Delaware’s beaches are adorned with adorable wood paneling that holds all of the nostalgia of childhood family vacations spent by the beach. Relax out on the front or back porch and take in views of lush green foliage while salt-tinged sea breezes blow all your troubles away. Our properties also have the luxury of being located just minutes away from the best restaurants and shops in town, as well as the iconic boardwalks that characterize the area.
Inside, a full-sized kitchen outfitted with top-tier appliances and ample countertop space gives you and your guests the option of not only saving money by preparing food in your home away from home, but also provides an outlet for making memories with your guests and impressing one another with your culinary prowess. Enjoy your scrumptious meal in the breakfast nook
The spacious private bedroom in each of these vacation rentals on Delaware’s beaches serves as your personal retreat. Pamper yourself with a hot shower or a soak in the tub, then crawl into the sumptuous comfort of soft linens and a plush bed. When you wake, you’ll find that the reality of your vacation experience is even better than your sweetest dreams!
In the open, airy living room, you and your guests can enjoy hours of conversation on the comfy futon (which can also serve as an extra bed for guests), or plan an entertaining movie night or show-binging session during the downtime between hitting the beach or running around town and seeing the sights all around the Rehoboth area.
What to Do for Fun in Rehoboth
Speaking of sightseeing in Rehoboth, the area is home to many wonderful attractions and recreation for you and your guests to enjoy. From gorgeous state parks to fascinating historical attractions, Rehoboth Beach and the surrounding cities have much to offer for you and your guests.
Some of the most beautiful state and national parks can all be found close to Rehoboth Beach and even close to your one bedroom vacation rental. Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge, the Great Marsh Preserve, Cape Henlopen State Park, and Gordon’s Pond State Park are located in the northern part of the area, nestled near Lewes and Rehoboth Beach. The Delaware Seashore State Park is located between Dewey Beach and Bethany Beach, while Fenwick Island State Park is situated in the southernmost portion of the region. These scenic spots are ideal for hiking, biking, wildlife watching, swimming on the beach, and a variety of water-based activities. Cape Henlopen even has a disc golf course!
Being located in The First State, it’s no wonder that historic attractions are abundant in the Rehoboth area.
Previously-mentioned Cape Henlopen State Park is home to Fort Miles, a fort established during World War II in order to protect Delaware from submarine attack. The site also includes an observation tower that gives visitors an incredible view of the park. Additionally, tours are offered of the fort and its military facilities.
Historic homes and buildings in the area give visitors insight into the life and times of Rehoboth Beach in the past. The Indian River Life Saving Service Station in the Delaware Seashore State Park was built in 1876 for rescuing shipwrecked mariners. The Ryves-Holt House in Lewes’ Historic District is supposedly the oldest house in Delaware, built during the 17th century. The town of Milton is also home to a charming historic district. The Rehoboth Beach Historical Museum, the attached Anna Hazzard Museum, the DiscoverSea Shipwreck Museum, the Lightship Overfalls, the Nanticoke Indian Museum, and the Zwaanendael Museum are also worth checking out.
For family-friendly fun in Rehoboth, places like Funland, Jungle Jim’s, and Midway Speedway Park will entertain visitors of all ages. Enjoy go-kart racing, mini-golf, waterslides, bumper boats, boardwalk amusements, and more at these treasured, primarily seasonal spots.
However you spend your time in Rehoboth, you’re sure to have a memorable vacation!
Escape to the Delaware Beaches with RE/MAX Realty Group
Contact our reservation specialists today to find out more about the fun activities and attractions waiting for you in Rehoboth and beyond when you reserve your accommodations in one of our classic vacation rental properties.