Early 20th-Century Slaughter Beach Vacation Rentals
Those with a love of history might want to stay Slaughter Beach vacation rentals, many of which were built in the early 20th century. A number of Slaughter Beach houses and
Slaughter Beach houses
were built in the 1920s along the sandy beach of Delaware. You could wake up each morning to the waves gently lapping outside your window, with the sun rising slowly and painting the sky varied shades of red and orange.
Enjoy the Charm of Slaughter Beach Vacation Rentals with Old-Fashioned Kitchens
Slaughter Beach vacation rentals provide old-fashioned amenities, even in the kitchens. Some of the Slaughter Beach houses have claw-foot baths, beautifully furnished bedrooms, lovely bathrooms, and certain modern amenities. You may find your Slaughter Beach cottages have internet access, DVD players, and nice television sets. The family can spend the days indoors playing games or you can enjoy the nearby attractions.
Slaughter Beach Houses Are Perfect Birdwatchers
The Prime Hook Nature Preserve is close to Slaughter Beach houses. The Preserve is even visible from the backyards of certain Slaughter Beach vacation rentals. The rentals are also the perfect location for birdwatchers to see spring and autumn migrations of several bird species. If that is not enough, visitors can also enjoy sitting in a hammock near the beach and watching for marine life to swim by. The beach in this Delaware town is sandy with a bit of grass spread out in patches. At low tide, it is possible to watch smaller crabs and other invertebrates scrambling over the wet sand.
Slaughter Beach Cottages Offer Lots of East Coast Fun
If you enjoy shopping, Slaughter Beach cottages are the best places to rent. You are set in the middle of plenty of shops and restaurants. In fact, you can find restaurants 20 minutes away in Milford or visit Lewes which is a 25-minute drive away. Rehoboth Beach is 30 minutes away and features shopping, dining, and golf. If you have never been to this area before, you might want to take the two-hour or more drive to Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington DC or New York City.
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