Poolside Rehoboth Beach Condo

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Rehoboth Beach, DE

Overview

Bedrooms: Studio
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 2
No rental rates available - please contact the owner
Type: Condo
Description of the Rehoboth Beach vacation condo rental
If you are looking for a quiet and peaceful ocean getaway, outlet shopping, oceanside festivals, top-notch cuisine & boardwalk fun: this is the place for you! Located in a secluded off-street villa-like setting, this efficiency style condo features a sun room that opens to the pool, fully equipped kitchen, living room, cozy bedroom area and semi-private deck. Professionally landscaped grounds. Sleeps 2. An easy walk to beach, boardwalk, night life, shops and restaurants. Sorry, no pets though we LOVE them!

Anne Collins

Area Info
The town often bills itself as "The Nation's Summer Capital" due to the fact that it is a frequent summer vacation destination for Washington, D.C., residents as well as visitors from Maryland, Virginia, and Pennsylvania. Vacationers are drawn for many reasons, including the town's charm and tax free shopping.

Still famous for its beaches, wooden boardwalk, eclectic shops, amusements, and sporting activities, today's Rehoboth Beach is also known as one of the mid-Atlantic coast's popular getaways because of the large number of gay-owned and operated businesses and because of the gay-frequented stretch of beach near Queen Street, known as Poodle Beach.

Rehoboth Beach has a seasonal beach patrol who are in charge of lifeguarding the one and a half miles that make up the town's beach front. They operate from Memorial Day weekend into the following fall season.

Rehoboth Beach serves as a relaxing alternative to nearby and much more developed Ocean City, Maryland. Reader's Digest named the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk as "Best of America". This celebration of the quirky, amazing and truly extraordinary was featured in the May 2006 issue. Additionally, AARP has named Rehoboth Beach as one of five dream towns as "Best Places to Retire".

The town has several festivals including the Sea Witch Festival, the Rehoboth Beach Independent Film Festival, and the Rehoboth Beach Autumn Jazz Festival every year.

The Clear Space Theatre Company, a professional theater company, offers a year-round schedule of musical and dramatic productions in the Rehoboth Theatre of the Arts.

Dogfish Head Brewery's original brewpub is located on the town's main strip Rehoboth Avenue. The location has grown in years as a popular destination for American craft beer enthusiasts.

In 2011, the city passed a smoking ban covering parks and playgrounds, but sparing the beach and boardwalk.

The Avery's Rest Site, Dodd Homestead, Peter Marsh House, Thompson's Loss and Gain Site, Thompsons Island Site, Warrington Site, and Woman's Christian Temperance Union Fountain are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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