Stay at Delaware’s historic hotels and B&Bs
All along the Delaware History Trail, you’ll discover a charming lineup of inns, hotels and B&Bs with historic tales to tell. Start your journey with a stay at one of these historic landmarks.
Hotel DuPont, Wilmington
Ornate, luxurious and grand, “The Hotel” has hosted heads of state, celebrities and even a princess-to-be. Cap your stay with a meal at the luxurious Le Cavalier restaurant
The Inn at Montchanin Village & Spa, Montchanin
Designated a historic Hotel of America, this soothing and sophisticated “village” features period furniture, an on-site spa, and stunning gardens.
Cauffiel House, North Wilmington
Immaculately landscaped, this former estate sits on a grassy hill with spectacular views of the Delaware River, and quick access to adjoining Bellevue State Park.
Terry House Bed & Breakfast, New Castle
This 1860 townhouse in the center of a historic town is the perfect place to start your exploration of this Colonial-era city on the banks of the river.
Causey Mansion Bed & Breakfast, Milford
Discover a beautiful oasis of old-world allure at this cozy and serene 1763 home, beautifully landscaped and just steps from downtown shopping.
Inn The Doghouse, Milton
This renovated 100-year-old listed home is just steps from Dogfish Head Brewery & Tasting Room, Milton restaurants and bars, and only 6 miles from the Delaware Beaches.
Hotel Rodney, Lewes
Built in 1926 and long part of this seaside town’s historic charm, this hotel is perfect for enjoying the unforgettable shopping and dining of Lewes.
At Melissa's Bed and Breakfast, Rehoboth Beach
Built in 1910 as a classic coastal beach cottage, Melissa’s is known for its welcoming front porch, cool shade trees, and quick access to the beach.
Homestead B&B, Rehoboth Beach
Be prepared to be completely charmed by this blossom-filled, pet-friendly home with a pool, a lounge and a screened porch.
Addy Sea, Bethany Beach
This historic 12-room beauty is on the ocean and drenched with Victorian charm.