Rehoboth Beach is one of Delaware’s most popular resort towns. It has long been a traditional summer getaway for families. At Rehoboth Beach you can enjoy an old-fashioned beach vacation that even includes a boardwalk. Funland, an amusement park is nearby.

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Where to stay once you get to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

Moderate priced hotels include:

• The Holiday Inn Express Rehoboth Beach
• The Atlantis Inn

Budget priced hotels include:

• Hampton Inn Rehoboth Beach
• The Comfort Inn

Some of the best attractions include:

• Rehoboth Beach: Is a sandy public beach offering organized sports activities every evening during the summer and designated areas for surfing and surf fishing
• Funland: Is a family-owned amusement park featuring more than 18 rides and 13 midway games located at Six Delaware Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, telephone: 301-227-2785
• Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk: Stretches more than one mile along Rehoboth Beach. It is a famous boardwalk. Shops, restaurants and other amusements line the boardwalk.
• Old Landing Golf Course: Is an 18-hole golf course located on scenic Rehoboth Bay. The golf course consists of tree-lined fairways that wind through woods and around water. Address is: Old Landing Road, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Telephone: 302-227-3131

Where to eat

• The Blue Moon Restaurant located at 35 Baltimore Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware includes a bar in a beach house restaurant. The dining room is quiet and serves a variety of well-prepared meals. Brunch is served on Sundays.
• Chez La Mer Restaurant is an extremely popular restaurant for tourists of Rehoboth Beach featuring continental cuisines.
• The Eden at Rehoboth Beach is also a popular place to eat serving American cuisines with a price range of $20 to $40.

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