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Addy Sea

 99 Ocean View Parkway, Bethany Beach, Delaware 19930
Nestled in Bethany Beach, the Addy Sea is a historic 13 room oceanfront inn. With breathtaking views of the ocean and distinctive Victorian charm, Addy Sea is the perfect setting for a peaceful getaway or to host your memorable events. More Info

Dogfish Inn

 105 Savannah Road, Lewes, Delaware 19958
The Dogfish Inn on beautiful Lewes Harbor is a very off-centered place. Designed with beer and nature lovers (like there's any difference) in mind, it's a base camp to explore our company's Rehoboth Beach brewpub and Milton production brewery. More Info

The Covered Bridge Inn

 30249 Fisher Road, Lewes, Delaware 19958
Cozy bed & breakfast in a newly renovated historic farmhouse located only 5 miles from Delaware's beaches & tax free shopping. More Info

The Savannah inn

 330 Savannah Road, Lewes, Delaware 19958
The Savannah Inn Bed and Breakfast offers contemporary and luxurious accommodations in downtown, historic Lewes, Delaware. The Inn is a short walk to all the wonderful shops and restaurants in town as well as two minutes to the beach, five minutes to the Cape May Lewes Ferry and six minutes to the Cape Henlopen State Park. The Savannah Inn is a newly renovated turn of the century brick Victorian home that boasts an updated, contemporary decor. More Info

The Towers B&B

 101 Northwest Front Street, Milford, Delaware 19963
Located in historic Milford, Delaware, the Towers is a luxurious bed & breakfast. Milford, a major wooden shipbuilding center in the 19th century, is located on the Mispillion River within a two-hour drive of D.C., Baltimore, Wilmington, Philadelphia and southern New Jersey. Just a short drive south of Milford are the beach towns of Lewes, Rehoboth, Bethany Beach, Dewey Beach and Fenwick Island. The Towers was built in 1783, but dramatically remodeled in 1891 in the lavish "steamboat Gothic" style. In the early 19th century it was home to Delaware 's most famous poet, John Lofland. It was later owned by William Burton, Delaware's governor during the Civil War. More Info

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