Sun, surf, and sand are just a few of the reasons why Delaware’s Rehoboth Beach is known as the “Nation’s Summer Capital.” Popular with retirees, tourists, and families, this summer beach town is home to white-sand beaches, tax-free shopping, and a one-mile-long boardwalk that is dotted with shops and restaurants.
Looking for a place to stay in this quaint oceanside town? We scoured
Just across the street from the beach, this four-bedroom rental home is steps from the north side of Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk and five blocks from Rehoboth Avenue. Multiple screened-in porches and balconies overlook the beach. Enjoy your morning coffee and dine al fresco surrounded by the sights and sounds of waves crashing against the shore.
Plenty of parking is provided. Walk to five-star gourmet restaurants, tax-free boutiques, and more.
Modeled after a nautical boathouse, this vacation rental is very similar to the one above, except it is a little cheaper on average and has one more bedroom. Like the listing above, this clean, comfortable, and charming home is also right across the street from the beach. Four balconies boast unobstructed ocean views.
Head down to the boardwalk or do some tax-free shopping within one block of the house. Tanger Outlets are just a couple of miles away. Families can check out Jungle Jim’s — Delaware’s largest waterpark.
Watch the dolphins from the third-floor suite of this pet-friendly four-bedroom beach house rental without lifting your head from the pillow. Enjoy beach views from the screened-in porch or from the Adirondack chairs outside. A private boardwalk provides direct access to Dewey Beach.
This two-bedroom oceanfront townhome lies between Rehoboth and Dewey Beaches. Watch the sun come up over the water from the upstairs deck or the screened-in porch below. The beach is right outside the door. An outdoor shower makes it easy to rinse off the sand after a day of fun in the sun.
Both Rehoboth and Dewey are less than a mile away and can easily be reached via Jolly Trolley, rideshare, or on foot.
Listen to the waves break at night and wake up to the sun emerging over the ocean from this four-bedroom oceanfront townhome. From the porch on the top floor of this end unit, spectacular views stretch to Rehoboth, Dewey Beach, and Cape May. Step out onto the sand from the first-floor screened-in porch and walk directly to the beach.
Beach chairs and rafts are provided for a day at the beach, after which the outdoor shower and clothesline come in handy.
See and hear the waves crash onto the surf from the veranda of this three-bedroom oceanfront townhome. Watch the sun rise over the water as you sip your coffee on one of the two breezy screened-in porches.
Just south of Silver Lake, this is the quietest, least crowded area between Rehoboth and Dewey Beaches. Walk or bike to downtown Rehoboth and Dewey for dining and ice cream, or take the Jolly Trolley, which is just a couple of minutes away on foot.
Fall asleep to the sounds of the ocean with the stars peeking through the skylight of this dog-friendly vacation rental’s dome-shaped bedroom. Located on the quiet end of the Rehoboth Boardwalk, this home is just steps from the beach. Two of its four bedrooms boast ocean views. Multiple decks provide ample space for sunbathing and outdoor dining. Shopping and dining are within walking distance, so you don’t have to worry about driving and parking.
Both the beach and boardwalk are just a block away from this nine-bedroom home on Silver Lake. Perfect for a gathering, this spacious 5,500-square-foot vacation rental can accommodate up to 18 guests. An elevator makes it easy to haul luggage upstairs.
The house is impeccably decorated and the listing states that it is the designer’s own home. Take in lake views by the fire from the living room. Two master suites also offer lake views and fireplaces.
Located in downtown Rehoboth Beach, this five-bedroom house isn’t on the beach, but it does have a pool. Open seasonally from the beginning of May to the end of November, the pool can be heated for a fee. Both downtown and the beach are within walking distance. Bikes, beach chairs, and other gear are provided.
Also in downtown Rehoboth Beach, this five-bedroom home is just a few blocks from both the beach and the boardwalk. There are several outdoor spaces where guests can hang out, including the rear patio overlooking Silver Lake, a screened-in porch, and the rooftop deck — great for everything from sunbathing to sipping cocktails and watching the sun go down. For families with kiddos, there’s a community playground a few houses down.
Boasting views of Silver Lake and Rehoboth Beach, this home also has a private pool! Between the three-bedroom home and two-bedroom cottage, it can accommodate up to 12 guests. South Rehoboth Beach and Boardwalk and Rehoboth Avenue are just a quick walk from here. Seven-night stays are required, Saturday through Saturday.
Featuring unobstructed views of Silver Lake, this lakefront home is conveniently located between Dewey and downtown Rehoboth. Plus, there’s a ping pong table in the basement! Load up the wagon with boogie boards and coolers and you can be at the beach and boardwalk in about 10 minutes on foot.