Christmas In These 7 Delaware Towns Looks Like Something From A Hallmark Movie
The holiday season is truly the most wonderful time of the year! In Delaware, that means decorated storefronts, historic home tours, and lights around every corner. A few Christmas towns in Delaware take holiday decorating to the next level, and wandering through their downtowns will make you feel like you’re in a Hallmark Movie. Check them all out below.
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Christmas Towns In Delaware
While traveling for Christmas in Delaware, where are the best accommodations?
If you’re looking for a place that really goes all out with the Christmas decor, then look no further than the beautiful and historic Hotel DuPont in Wilmington, which even hosts a gingerbread house-building event each year, too. There are many unique hotels and inns to stay at in Delaware. Check out the Causey Mansion Bed and Breakfast, a three-acre estate in Milford, the Blue Water House in Lewes, with rooms that are each themed differently with an underlying Key West sort of vibe. You’ll also enjoy a delicious homemade breakfast there. The Bellmoor Inn and Spa at Rehoboth Beach is also worthy of looking at, with a nice variety of amenities such as sitting areas, soaking tubs, balconies, and more. There’s also a spa-style pool and a beautiful private garden. And another option we’d recommend checking into is The Inn at Montchanin, which also has one of Delaware's best French restaurants, Krazy Kat's. It has an interesting cat-themed setting and delicious meals
What are the best holiday events in Delaware?
The Christmas Tree Trail at Winterthur is one of the best and most unique Christmas events in the state. Check out the European Christmas market at Poplar Hall, a historic homestead in Newark, for a great Christmas shopping experience. You’ll also enjoy carolers, a colonial cocktail, gourmet food samples, and live demonstrations of basket-making, forging, and other homestead skills there. Another event you may like to consider is the Peddlers Village's annual Christmas Festival.