Hotels in Delaware
The stylish inn stands out in a sea of sleepy Victorian B&B’s along the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal. Twelve streamlined rooms are accented with vibrant Warholesque colors and white wood-beam ceilings.
Some cozy rooms at the Victorian inn have wrought-iron balconettes overlooking the ocean and romantic ruffles decking the comfy beds. Leave your windows open, and let the sound of the surf lull you to sleep.
The charming Inn at Montchanin Village is part of a restored 19th-century village of 11 buildings constructed between 1799 and 1910 and connected by pathways through lush flower gardens.
The hotel is set at the quieter north end of Rehoboth’s boardwalk. While not particularly posh, rooms are spacious, with full balconies for checking out the waves.
1913 Italian Renaissance-style hotel with plush interiors, centrally located downtown (it's in the DuPont headquarters) and convenient to Brandywine Valley attractions.