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"Rentalo is really amazing - only hours after I first submitted an inquiry, I began receiving responses; even a phone call. Such has not been the case with other websites offering apartments: even those recommended by Frommers and Time Out (Im thinking of letting them know how difficult these other folks make it by comparison.) Ive now consulted at least a dozen purveyors of apartments and am in a quandary: one of Rentalos owners has made me a fantastic offer which I am considering, but only if two friends (a married couple) with whom Ive travelled extensively in South America come for part of the stay to occupy some more of the beds. I promised myself at the start that I wouldnt book TOO much space when travelling alone. So I give you and your owners five stars for prompt and very good offers to rent and thank you all very much. Best regards. Cath Schoen"Catherine Schoen
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"Just wanted to thank you for being there. Not sure how I found your sight but I am glad I did. Discovered we had four days off shortly before Christmas and found an absolutely wonderful B and B - Kokoke Lani (which means Almost Heaven and it was) on the Big Island and had a perfectly wonderful, romantic 3 nights and we have you to thank for it. I most certainly will use your sight again. "Jan and John Kriletich
Delaware Travel Vacation Guide

Delaware


Delaware Vacation Rentals

Delaware will provide you with every kind of accommodation you are looking for. From a secluded, home-like Delaware lodging, a cozy Delaware vacation home to a beautiful Delaware hotel - this state offers endless lodging possibilities.

Things to do in Delaware

Known for diversity, Delaware attracts visitors with countless recreational activities and fascinating places to visit. Numerous parks, beaches, fun festivals and tax-free shopping are waiting for tourists in Delaware. Visitors can also enjoy quaint coastal villages, year round events and Dover's nightlife.

Historic Lewes

Often referred to as "The First Town in the First State", historic Lewes is one of the state's most popular attractions. This state's oldest beach resort features many beautiful old buildings giving this little town a unique historic atmosphere. One of the best ways for Delaware beach rental guests to explore Lewes is by walking as most of the city's attractions are very close from each other.

Rehoboth Beach

Located 90 miles from the capital city of Dover, Rehoboth Beach is without doubt Delaware's most popular beach destination. Except miles of scenic beach and famous Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk, this charming town lures travelers with excellent shopping. Guests of a Delaware vacation home will find numerous outlets and downtown shops just outside the town.

New Castle

Cobblestone streets and numerous historic attractions draw thousands of visitors to New Castle, a charming town which rests on the Delaware River. Once a major colonial seaport town, New Castle is now a great place for sightseeing and relaxing in the riverside Battery Park. If you book a Delaware cabin rental, the Old Court House and the Dutch House Museum are places worth visiting.

Kalmar Nyckel Shipyard Standing on the Christina River in Wilmington, Kalmar Nyckel is an authentic re-creation of the historic vessel that brought the first settlers to the Delaware Valley. A visit to the Shipyard gives tourists a glimpse into the ancient art of ship making and into the colonial history of Delaware. Book a Delaware vacation rental and visit the site's Sail Loft Museum to learn all about Kalmar Nyckel's history.

Wilmington and Western Railroad

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Delaware's steam train takes visitors on the fascinating trip through the scenic Red Clay Valley. Those who rent a Delaware lodging and come aboard this vintage train will experience more than 140 years of living railroad history. Wide-open meadows and a wooded forest await travelers during this scenic drive.

World Known Top Events in the State of Delaware

Sea Witch Halloween & Fiddlers Festival
Rehoboth Beach, Oct. 23-25

World Championship Punkin Chunkin
Lewes, Oct. 31-Nov. 2
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