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Top attractions to visit in Rehoboth Beach
- Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk
- Rehoboth Beach Public Beach
- Gordons Pond
- Delaware Seashore State Park
1. Canalside Inn 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Rehoboth Beach
Located along the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal, this contemporary hotel is 1 miles from the Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk. It offers rooms with a 32-inch flat-screen TV and free WiFi.
Each bright and colorful guest room at the Canalside Inn is furnished with a balcony overlooking the pool or canal. A refrigerator and coffee maker are provided.
Guests can walk to the beach or boardwalk where free bicycles and beach chair rentals are available through this Rehoboth Beach hotel. Guests can swim in the outdoor pool or relax in the hot tub.
Overlooking the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal, this beachy, laid-back hotel is 2 blocks from shopping and restaurants, and 1 mile from the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk.
Stylish rooms with bright, modern decor feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and sitting areas, plus access to shared decks.
Complimentary perks include continental breakfast and loaner bikes. There’s also a common living area with a movie library, plus an outdoor pool and a whirlpool.
Breakfast- The Canalside has a really nice, new, modern breakfast/lounge are in the basement of the Inn. The offerings were typical of a continental breakfast at a hotel; bagels, muffins, danish, yogurt, fruit cup, cereal, coffee, tea, juice. We had wished they would offer some fresh fruit each morning.Location- We really liked the location of this place. It was off the main drag yet convenient to shops, restaurants, etc. The beach was a hike so we drove or biked in each day. It was a nice quiet street.
Accomodations- There is plenty of parking at the Inn. They also offer free bikes to use during your stay and we took advantage of taking them to the beach each day as parking in Rehoboth can be a pain and costly too! We also used the pool and hot tub a couple of days though we were shocked at how small the pool was! It is amazing how a photo can make something look bigger than it is! 😉 The pool is the size of a large hot tub, lol. The whole Inn was modern, clean, and looked recently remodeled.
Room- We stayed in Room #9 which is located on the second floor overlooking the pool. It was a very nice room – clean and modern! It had a comfy king bed and small bathroom. The room was cleaned and restocked each day. One small recommendation we have is to rip up the carpet and lay wood floors in the rooms. The carpet had some stains on it and we think wood floors are easier to maintain and classier at nice inns such as the Canalside.
Price- We paid about $180/night for the room and feel that was a fair price for amenities we received. We stayed during peak season, July.
Gay owned- Canalside Inn is gay owned/operated which is one of the main reasons we chose it.
Recommendation- We would definitely recommend Canalside Inn to future travelers to Rehoboth and would consider staying her again if we come back to the are.
. The continental breakfast is just that – a continental breakfast – a nice way to grab a quick bite without having to go out. The pastrys are fresh and they usually have some other things as well, fruit and/or yogurt. The hot tub is lovely and the pool is a small dipping pool – nice for a quick dip on a hot day. Like the rest of Rehoboth, this hotel is gay friendly, but we see both gay and straight couples here.
Every time we decide to go to Rehoboth we look at hotels on Route 1 to ‘save money’ and decide that the extra drive to town and the generic room isn’t worth the $25 or so we’d save by staying there. And I haven’t really found anything comparable in town for cheaper. Most of the other B&Bs are more expensive, and have a two-night minimum. I’m constantly surprised that this place isn’t fully booked all the time.
How much does a room costs at Canalside Inn?
Prices start 126$/night for Queen Room.The Deluxe King Studio is 144$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
This room, located on the first floor, feature a private bathroom, French doors that lead to a front deck, a king bed, bar area and a seating area with a daybed.
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2. Rehoboth Guest House 3* – Rehoboth Beach Gay hotels
Located in Rehoboth Beach, Rehoboth Guest House offers accommodations with a patio or a balcony, free WiFi and flat-screen TV, as well as a shared lounge and a garden.
A sun terrace is available for guests to use at the bed and breakfast.
Popular points of interest near Rehoboth Guest House include Dewey Beach, Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk and Rehoboth Beach. The nearest airport is Ocean City Municipal Airport, 29 mi from the accommodations.
This polished LGBT-owned B&B set in a Victorian-style villa is a 4-minute walk from both the Rehoboth Beach and the shopping and dining at the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk.
Offering chic decor and colorful accents, the individually designed rooms have mini fridges, flat-screen TVs and iPod docks.
Hot breakfast features home baked goods and is served in a quaint guest kitchen, and there’s a seasonal wine and cheese reception at weekends. Common areas include a guest kitchenette, a stylish living room and dining area, plus a covered porch, shaded yard and sundecks.
Love the upgrade. The guys who run the place are very caring and friendly. Equally inviting for gay/lesbian and straight travelers.
The facility is very well maintained. Steve and his team do a fantastic job of day to day upkeep and maintenance and the care that Steve and Tom devote to the grounds make the place visually inviting.
The value for your traveler dollar is unparalleled especially for a resort town.
All in all I love this place and it absolutely made my vacation! Thanks Steve and Tom for all you do and the care you take of weary travelers.
My partner and I had never been to Rehoboth Beach before, so when we were looking for gay-owned and/or “gay friendly” B&Bs we found the absolutely GREAT Rehoboth Guest House. The place has just had a *massive* *total* renewal/restoration under new ownership – nothing spared in taste, quality or anything else that I could tell, and based on other guest comments there was great agreement that this is a fantastic “find.”
The Rehoboth Guest House is a relaxing, so-well-located B&B near nightlife, great restaurants and unique shops, and of course, the beach. It’s about 3 blocks to the nearest section of beach and no more than a 15-minute “Boardwalk” walk (or a shorter jog) to the predominately gay section. PS: the entire beach is really lovely as discovered every day with an early morning stroll of significant length at the water’s edge. And speaking of the crowd we found on our 2-night visit, it was attitude free. Really loved that.
In my opinion, this B&B rocks on every count, not the least of which is the vibrant hospitality, guest-tailored “Rehoboth insight” and charm brought to the experience by the great Innkeeper, Steve (and his partner). For my taste, they also provided one of the nicest B&B breakfast set-ups going.
Part of the massive renewal of this particular guesthouse is a beautifully landscaped (Innkeeper Steve’s handiwork) and very restful garden that could be enjoyed at garden level or from several levels of decking. Also a part of that area are two high-end outdoor showers.
How much does a room costs at Rehoboth Guest House?
Prices start 90$/night for Room 11 – Full sized bed with private bath. The Room 35 – King size bed with private bath is 105$/room per night with breakfast included – if coming on a honeymoon this is the perfect choice for gay couples.
Where to book online – Rehoboth Guest House – Gay Hotels Rehoboth Beach – you can find the best hotels deals in Rehoboth Beach during Annual Sea Witch® Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Rehoboth Beach Delaware on Booking.com or Hotels.com or Trip.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.
3. Shore Inn 3* – Gay Friendly Hotels Rehoboth Beach
A 4-minute drive from the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk, this colorful gay-exclusive B&B & The Shore Inn- Clothing Optional Hotel for Gay Men is 2 minutes’ drive from Tanger Outlet stores and 7 minutes’ drive from a gay beach.
Simple rooms offer free WiFi and cable TV with premium movie channels, as well as air-conditioning, mini fridges and coffee makers.
Continental breakfast is included. There’s a clothing-optional sundeck and hot tub, plus free parking.
How much does a room costs at Shore Inn?
Prices start 95$/night for Double Room.
Where to book online – Rehoboth Guest House – Gay Friendly Hotels Rehoboth Beach – you can find the best hotels deals in Rehoboth Beach during Annual Sea Witch® Festival which is celebrated with much enthusiasm in Rehoboth Beach Delaware on Hotels.com and see more reviews on TripAdvisor.