The 2017 holiday season has somehow already come and gone! You know what that means ladies and gentlemen: It’s time to plan that perfect Valentine’s Day for that special someone in your life. Look, we get it—there’s a lot of pressure here! Whether this is your first Valentine’s Day together or they’re the love of your life and it’s your 50th, you want to be able to show them how much they mean to you. Don’t worry, this feeling happens to everyone.

This year we’ve got the perfect idea for you: Visit a place where the possibilities are endless and you can give that special someone the Valentine’s Day of a lifetime. We’re suggesting that this year you spend your Valentine’s Day in the incredible Rehoboth Beach area!

Spend a Romantic Valentine’s Day Getaway on the Beach!

We think everyone can be in agreement here: There are few spots more romantic in this world than a beach. Hearing the crashing of the waves against the shore, the incredible smell of the salt water in the air, being able to walk hand in hand with that special someone as you stroll down the beach—there’s just simply nothing like it. That being said, why in the world would you want to then spend your Valentine’s Day cooped up inside?

This is one of the reasons why the Rehoboth Beach area is perfect for your next Valentine’s Day getaway; you can get outside, walk down the beach, and make some memories! Afterwards, it’s time to warm up with a hot meal.

Enjoy Some Incredible Fine Dining

There are certainly some benefits to staying inside and enjoying some fine dining for your Valentine’s Day! If you’re looking for some world class cuisine to enjoy on your special day, look no further than many of the incredible restaurants we have here in Rehoboth Beach. Many locations will be featuring Valentine’s Day specials for every taste, including the restaurant voted Best of Delaware by Delaware Today: Big Fish Grill! Featuring a menu with a plethora of steak, seafood, and pasta options, you will be hard pressed to find a better meal anywhere in the state!

These are just a few of the amazing reasons as to why you should check out the Rehoboth Beach area for your next Valentine’s Day. So check out our vacation rental homes today and start making memories that will truly last a lifetime!

When it comes to planning your perfect summer vacation, there are a few things that you have to keep in mind. Where should we go? What do I pack? Should I finally bring my crazy aunt Ginny with us or just leave her at home? But one question truly rises above the rest as the most important, as it sets the tone for everything that follows: Where should I stay?

You’ll never be disappointed by choosing the crystal-clear beaches of Rehoboth in Delaware, and for the perfect place to stay, there’s simply no better choice than with Vacation Rentals by Remax. With a wide selection of luxurious rentals and world class customer service at your fingertips, you can rest easy that the team will find you and your family the perfect rental to make your vacation unforgettable. To give you an example of the world class amenities that Vacation Rentals by Remax has to offer, we want to highlight one of the most beautiful available residences: Josephine St 38347.

Gorgeous Newer Home Right on the Oceanside

From the moment you first walk up to our beautiful home on Josephine Street, you’ll immediately feel at home with the calming blue trim and spacious front porch. From there, you’ll walk into a beautiful open floor plan filled with warm colors and plenty of windows to allow natural light to pour in and fill the room. With a spacious living room featuring a fireplace, an enormous kitchen with granite & stainless-steel appliances, and your own private, fenced-in backyard and patio, you’ll have to fight the urge to go back home when your vacation is over!

Room for Anyone and Everyone!

One of the truly great things about our rentals is that we provide options for every person to have their own individual space if they want, and our beautiful home on Josephine Street is no exception. With 5 total bedrooms, including 3 of which that feature queen size beds and full bathrooms, as well as a loft with a sleeper sofa bed, there is plenty of room for up to 14 people! No matter how big your party, you can be guaranteed you’ll have plenty of space to relax and maximize your vacation.

The Perfect Location

Our luxurious rental on Josephine Street is also in the perfect location for those who are looking to go out and explore all the different kinds of wonders that Rehoboth has to offer! Located just .4 miles from Dewey Beach, this location is perfect for those looking to spend a perfect day on the beach. But if you’re in the mood for something a little different, it is also just 1.2 miles from downtown, which features a plethora of beautiful walking paths, ponds, and shops galore!

This beautiful location is just one of the many options we have at Vacation Rentals by Remax, so we invite you to check us out today to see everything that we have to offer! Contact us today for rates, reservations, and more!

If you have ever visited Florida for Christmas, you may notice its difficult to get caught up in the holiday season when the temperatures rarely fall lower than 70 and the sun is always shining. Singing Christmas carols from the stern of a boat while wearing your favorite fur lined bikini falls flat, and drinking margaritas instead of eggnog spoils the cheer.

But you won’t have to worry about when you take your Christmas vacation in Rehoboth Beach! Offering the lure of the ocean and yet still managing to emit the feeling of Christmas, our beach town doesn’t close down for the winter holidays; our town comes alive! Here are some more reasons Rehoboth Beach is the best option for your holiday vacation.

Santa is Happier in Colder Climates

And your children will be ecstatic over visiting him in his beachside home. Santa’s House on the Beach has the jolly old elf in residence every Saturday from Thanksgiving until the 23rd of December. Bring your children, your holiday spirit, and maybe a little extra cash for the donation box; a visit to Santa is free at this beach house!

Christmas Lights Twinkle Brighter Against the Freshly Fallen Snow

Winter WonderFest’s Light Spectacular features a light-filled drive through Cape Henlopen Park. Open from 5 until 9 nearly every night from Thanksgiving through New Year’s, the light show only gets better every year! This year they have over 90 separate displays, and you only need to pay one small fee per vehicle to get in!

Christmas Presents Cost Less in Delaware

Even Santa likes to pick up a little something for Mrs. Claus after a long day of listening to the children’s wishes in Delaware, and in this state, all purchases are tax-free! So, go ahead and spoil the wife and kids while you’re here; if you really think about it, you’re saving money while on vacation, which almost never happens!

Laid Back Means Less Stress and More Fun

There’s no need to fix a fancy feast, buy presents for second cousins twice removed, no house to clean, and no errands to run. The only thing we insist you do during your stay in Rehoboth Beach is relax, recharge, and revel in the laidback beach vibe!

Christmas is About Family

Binge watch Christmas movies, bake some cookies, and enjoy a close-knit Christmas in your cozy cottage; reserve your Rehoboth Christmas escape today!

The coming of winter can leave people with some mixed emotions. It is nice to bring out your warm jackets and mugs of hot chocolate, but this season doesn’t really lend itself to relaxing on the beach. Well in Rehoboth, Delaware you have the best of both worlds. You can enjoy this winter wonderland, but also find some relaxing time with your toes in the sand. There are endless ways to enjoy this beautiful season in Delaware. The following are a few of the things that you will love about winter in Rehoboth.

Visit the Bandstand

There are plenty of landmarks throughout the Rehoboth area that reflect the holiday spirit, but none is more festive than the Bandstand. This structure is iconic, and it really comes to life during the holidays. Hundreds of lights drape the bandstand and the surrounding grounds. This is also the sight of the town’s Christmas tree. The tree featured here is always the biggest locally grown tree of the year, and it is quite a sight to see. Make sure you grab a hot chocolate and then explore this beautiful area in the crisp weather of winter.

Visit Local Favorite Restaurants

This may not seem like an activity that is specific to winter, and you would be right. But in the quieter months of December, January, and February, you will be able to walk in and get a table that would require reservations weeks in advance during the summer and spring. During the winter, it feels like these amazing establishments are there solely for your enjoyment. One of the most prominent of these restaurants is the Henlopen City Oyster House. This fine dining experience is characterized by the freshest ingredients that are all locally sourced. You should also check out local favorites like Salt Air, Eden and Crooked Hammock Brewery.

Explore the Trails

During this time, the endless beautiful trails are quiet and offer a level of solitude and peace that you just cannot find in the summer months. One of the most popular of these trails is the Delaware Beer, Wine, and Spirits Trail. This trail takes you through gorgeous wilderness and stops by a couple of the areas most renowned distilleries, breweries, and wine rooms. This is a great way to explore the area and try some of the best and most unique drinks that the area has to offer. You can also get a unique perspective on this area on the Delaware History Trail and the birdwatching trail.

Rehoboth is a great place to visit at any time of the year. But if you are looking for a vacation that provides the most rest and peace that you will find anywhere, you should visit during the winter months. A holiday trip here is sure to leave you rejuvenated and ready for real life again!

With the cool temperatures of the Northeast and the beachside vibe, Rehoboth Beach is a totally unique place to celebrate the Christmas season! That said, we have plenty of traditions that’ll fill you with the Christmas spirit!

Tree Lightings: Rehoboth Beach AND Dewey Beach!

Heralding the close of the Thanksgiving season and the official beginning of the Christmas season, a classic tree-lighting ceremony is sure to kindle your holiday spirit! And for people who can’t get enough of Christmas, the Rehoboth area features two such ceremonies to kick off the month-long march to Christmas. Rehoboth Beach will light their tree on Friday, November 24th—this ceremony starts with a traditional sing-along at 6:30, followed by the lighting at 7. The next day you can jaunt to Dewey Beach for their holiday tree lighting at Fifer’s Orchards market! Come watch the city’s illuminate this year’s chosen tree, and feel the warmth of the season fill you as the lights fill the night!

2017 Hometown Christmas Parade

On Tuesday, December 5th, Rehoboth Beach is holding its annual Christmas Parade. A Christmas parade brings out the best in people’s holiday cheer—but with prizes and trophies up for grabs, it brings out the best in their creativity, too! Some come to applaud their favorite float or costumes, some come for the refreshments, and others come simply to see Santa Claus. If any of this sounds good to you, then mark your calendar for Dec. 5 at 6:30 p.m.!

Winter Wonderfest: Christmas Village!

Delaware’s Winter Wonderfest is back, setting up at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal Grounds each weekend from November 17th to New Year’s Eve. Tickets are super affordable, at just $5 for 5 tickets—and Family Fun Pack prices offering 60 tickets for $40! This annual event is great for adding excitement to the Christmas season, with carnival rides, midway games, and an ice rink!

Winter Wonderfest’s Light Spectacular

Over at Cape Henlopen State Park, the Wonderfest shows off its true colors—a mile and a half of them! The light spectacular includes a ride through the park’s 90 stunning displays. This year, there are 30% more lights, making it the brightest spectacular yet!

Renting in Rehoboth Beach

If you’re excited to come to Rehoboth Beach for the holidays, don’t wait to book during this busy season—browse our rentals today and set up your stay! Call us at 302-227-1800 to learn more about what we can offer you!

There’s never a lack of new things to check out in Rehoboth; even if you come back year after year, you will usually find new restaurants in Rehoboth with unique personalities and exciting food to experience. An enticing array of new eateries has recently sprung up in Rehoboth, and we’ve picked out the ones that are sure to titillate your taste buds.

Cooter Brown’s Twisted Southern Kitchen and Bourbon Bar

70 Rehoboth Avenue

(302) 567-2132

Located at First Street Station, Cooter Brown’s Twisted Southern Kitchen is where you can find the best of the south up in the north. With a down-home whiskey tinged ambiance, Cooter’s offers unique and mouthwatering southern fare such as Texas Frito Pie, Watermelon Salmon, five different grilled oyster preparations, and some of the best burgers along the beach.

Indigo

44 Rehoboth Avenue

(302) 212-5220

Rehoboth finally has an authentic Indian restaurant, and it’s a good one! For the past twelve years owner Raghu Kumar, his wife Sudesh, and his nephew, Chef Zeenat Bhanot, have been serving up some of the finest Indian fare in Annapolis, Maryland before opening Indigo in Rehoboth. Indigo offers well-known Indian favorites such as Tandoori Chicken and Lamb Tikka Masala; however, what makes Indigo especially appealing is their vast menu of traditional Indian fare that is a rarity in much of the western world.  For a new experience give this new restaurant in Rehoboth a try.

La Fable

26 Baltimore Avenue

(302) 227-8510

For an authentic taste of Paris without having to get on a plane, head over to La Fable. Though you can find excellent crepes and French pastries in Rehoboth, La Fable is the only French eatery in town serving a full dinner menu. Serving mouthwatering French cuisine such as Foie Gras Mousse, Escargot, Coquille St. Jacques, Boeuf Bourguignon and much more, La Fable is the top spot in Rehoboth for a genuinely Parisian experience. They are open from 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. and reservations are highly recommended.

Rosenfeld’s Jewish Deli

18949 Coastal Highway

(302) 645-1700

Okay, so Rosenfeld’s isn’t right on Rehoboth Beach, but if you are craving a real Jewish delicatessen, they are totally worth the short drive up the Coastal Highway (Highway 1). Owner Warren Rosenfeld offers patrons a genuine kosher-style deli experience. His extensive kosher menu offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner and features favorites such as traditional Reubens and other deli sandwiches; the best kosher hot dogs ever, melt in your mouth brisket, and of course, matzo ball soup.

G Cask and Kitchen

234 Rehoboth Avenue

(302) 278-7677

G Cask and Kitchen is a welcome and unique addition to Rehoboth’s thriving food scene. A diverse menu of international cuisine including Mediterranean, Italian, American South, Indian, and Caribbean flavors is the hallmark of G Cask and Kitchen. Offerings include unique culinary creations like Prosciutto Wrapped Monkfish, Shrimp and Red Snapper Ceviche, Pikilia, Chicken Tikka Masala, and much more, G Cask and Kitchen is your go-to restaurant in Rehoboth when you want excellent food but can’t decide which of the world’s cuisine you want most.

The state of Delaware has a long history, and with it comes a long list of legends, stretching from the native tribes which lived off the rich waters, to the European settlers who would tame a land unknown to them, to the modern Americans who still sometimes report the strange and unsettling.

The Witch’s Tree

There is a gnarled and timeworn cypress tree near Selbyville, Delaware. It seems innocuous, but locals and tourists alike have claimed that approaching it brings about strange experiences. Spine chills have been reported, as well as strange lights, visible to the naked eye, sometimes accompanied by strange sounds. The real reason behind these phenomena are unknown, but some give credit to a witch that once lived near the lone tree.

Gumboro Homestead

Set in the small town of Gumboro, a home is known by the people who live nearby as haunted. Spectral figures move across the yard, as a harmonica is heard nearby in the later hours of night, into the dark hours of the morning. The images of ghostly younger children playing outside are sometimes accompanied by disembodied voices heard around the house. The owners of the place both welcome and guard their presence.

The Addy Sea

If the name seems odd, well, it’s over 110 years old. In fact, it was named for John Addy, the original owner of this bed-and-breakfast, built in the old Victorian style in Bethany. Despite the charming exterior and comfortable accommodations, perhaps the place was doomed to be haunted, since it includes 13 rooms. Three of these rooms are rumored to be haunted, with one’s copper bathtub sometimes violently shaking, and room number 6 sending forth haunting strains of organ music—despite a total lack of musical organs in the room. Some also claim to have heard footsteps on the roof at night—rumored to belong to Kurt Addy, who died from falling off the roof. The place seems nice to visit, but we can’t recommend staying!

Long Cemetery’s Cat Man

In Frankford’s Long Cemetery, there was once a grave keeper who frequently chased troublemakers off the grounds. According to the legend, the grave keeper was a feline-looking man—after his death, a strange spirit, partly humanoid and partly feline, began haunting the cemetery. He continues his work from long ago—scaring away those who would disturb the rest of the fallen.

Rehoboth: Relaxing and Reassuring

Don’t worry, the area around Rehoboth itself is plenty safe from miscreant spirits. Book a stay with us today by calling 302-227-1800!

Not a lot of people think, “Halloween? Let’s go to the beach!” But in the town of Rehoboth, we’re changing that. With events and beautiful weather, we encourage you to rethink a Halloween vacation!

Lovely Leaves

While not as famous as Rhode Island or Cape Cod, Delaware’s fall foliage is just as lovely. Wander inland on the highways or look up some scenic trails, as you’ll be here just in time for the best views: the foliage should be its most vibrant in early November!

A New England Hoedown?

Last year, the Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company set up a hoedown as a fundraiser. It must have been great, because it’s coming back again! The evening of Thursday, October 26th, enjoy an open bar and plenty of dancing, plus a best-dressed contest. Tickets are $35 per person, but kids under 10 get in for free!

Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddler’s Festival

This is one of the most popular events each year—no wonder it has lasted for 25 years! This year it’s happening for Halloween weekend, Friday the 27th to Sunday the 29th, stretching from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day in the Rehoboth Beach/Dewey Beach Resort Area.

The Halloween and Fiddler’s Festival is a family-friendly event that gives smaller children a great time, with events like Friday’s Tyke Bike race on the Boardwalk and the costume parades. Adults enjoy themselves too with the bonfires, live music, and live entertainment. The weekend is topped off with 5k race and costumed pet parade. There’s something for everyone!

All Saints Pipe Organ Spooktacular

While part of the Sea Witch Festival, this bears special mention because nothing fits Halloween like the dramatic, haunting sound of a pipe organ! All Saints Church will be hosting a concert with seasonal music played on the church’s organ at 3 p.m. on Saturday the 28th. Visitors are welcome—in costume or not!

Ready for Rehoboth?

From Bethany Beach to Lewes Beach to Fenwick Island, we have plenty of options for folks looking to get away for a while. This beautiful town offers something for everyone, from honeymooning couples to large families! You’ll be in beautiful New England and close to a beautiful beach; what isn’t to love?

Browse our offerings by using the drop-down menu at the top of this webpage. For questions, just call us at 302-277-1800, or click the “Contact Us” link. Set up your vacation now, before these Halloween festivities disappear!

Rehoboth Beach is not only the most visited city in the state of Delaware, but it is a wonderful beachside vacation destination! Perfect for a romantic getaway or a vacation with the whole family, Rehoboth Beach offers something for everyone and their restaurants are no exception. From fine dining to quick bites and everything in between, here is our list of top local restaurants in Rehoboth Beach!

Blue Moon Rehoboth

Located in a restored Victorian home, Blue Moon offers delicious cuisine in a unique atmosphere. Their menu is full of American favorites, with a focus on fresh seafood, such as Butter Poached Maine Lobster and Smoked Beef Short Ribs. It is also a fun place for a meal, with entertainment offered with dinner almost every night of the week. Feel like one of the locals with a meal at Blue Moon Rehoboth!

Kaisy’s Delights

Looking for a sweet treat during your vacation in Rehoboth Beach? Look no further than Kaisy’s Delights! This local bakery serves traditional European pastries along with ice cream and coffee, making it a fun place for breakfast or dessert. Great service and a cute environment makes this café a must-visit!

Salt Air Kitchen

With a farm to table inspired menu, Salt Air Kitchen is the best place to get a taste of local Delaware cuisine. Sit at the bar for great craft brews, wines, and specialty cocktails or grab a table for the full dining experience. During the busy season, you may want to make a reservation in advance or expect a longer wait at this popular spot. They offer great happy hour deals daily from 5 to 7 pm and half off bottles of wine on Thursdays. Salt Air Kitchen is a great choice no matter what day of the week!

Mariachi Restaurant

Delaware is known for their seafood, but Mariachi Restaurant offers something different from the usual Rehoboth Beach fare. They specialize in authentic Spanish and Mexican cuisine, making them one of the most unique local restaurants. Enjoy classic favorites, such as nachos and quesadillas, or try something new, such as Masitas de Puerco. Mariachi Restaurant also offers brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.

Fins Fish House & Raw Bar

In a town known for seafood, Fins Fish House does it better than anyone! Enjoy all things seafood, from grilled mahi to raw oysters on the half shell, all served with a smile by their friendly wait staff. Whether you dine for lunch, dinner, or their happy hour specials, you are sure to get the best seafood in Rehoboth Beach!