Where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. Reserve this 1860's Victorian home for your vacation, and park your car. Walk to the Bay Beach, fine dining at the canal restaurants, and shopping and restaurants in downtown Lewes.
Your vacation home is located mid-way between the Delaware Bay and the Lewes Rehobeth Canal. It has unequalled history and character. It's located in the path of battle of the war of 1812, when the British War ships were firing from Bay on the town of Lewes, and the towns people were firing back at the ships in the Bay. A cannonball was found on the site in 1984. Additionally, the house is situated next to the formerly, infamous 'Miss Lil's.' A bawdy house employing ladies of the evening.
The home (not Miss Lil's) is fully-equipped, eat-in kitchen, dining room for eight, and woodstove for autumn lovers. The three bedrooms are as follows: One bedroom had a brand new queen sized bed and headboard, the other bedroom has a full bed, with attached TV and reading room, and the third bedroom has a bunkbed, full on bottom and single on top, which kids love. Please bring appropriate bed linens, paper products, etc.
LEWE'S BEST SECRET......AUTUMN AT THE SHORE.
The weather is less humid, the beach is less crowded & the water is still warm
The miracle of migration is in the air, witness the migration of flocks of geese and a vast variety of migratory birds on their journey to distant lands.
A night walk along the beach may be blessed with a Harvest Moon
And the best secret of all is accommodations are 40 -45% less than the summer months
Where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. The house is located right between the beach and downtown. Walk in either direction and experience superb swimming, in one direction, or fine dining, clothes , antiques, arts/crafts, toys, ice cream, wine, beer, post office and banks, in the other direction.
Take a waking tour and enjoy our excellent museum and learn of the visit of Capt. Kidd, the War of 1812( a cannonball from the War of 1812 was found on the House Site in 1984). and the War of Independence.
Nearby Cape Henelopen State Park, a 5000+ acres nature reserve, offers unspoiled non commercial ocean beaches, nearby surf fishing,excellent bike riding, and for the hiking enthusiast the discovery of wild blueberry patches is always a welcome experience.
Other Activities: Bird Watching, paddle boating, Water tubing, Fly fishing, sight seeing, Live theater, Whale watching, Outlet shopping, Beach coming(coin beach)
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