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It’s always the perfect time to plan a Delaware getaway — no matter what season you’re visiting this beautiful state. If you’re looking for a great place to crash for a getaway weekend, we have the perfect accommodations for you. Ditch the routine hotels and motels and level up your adventure with a wide variety of unique places to stay in Delaware. We have treehouses, tiny homes, castles, and more! It doesn’t get much better than this.

Treehouse Rentals in Delaware

Fall asleep to the sounds of swaying branches in a treehouse rental in Delaware. Anyone looking for cool places to stay in Delaware should check out the treehouses available. You’ll be able to feel like a kid again, and maybe even bring your kids along, too!

Tiny Home Rentals in Delaware

As far as fun places to stay in Delaware are concerned, consider a tiny home rental for your next weekend getaway! Tiny homes may look small, but they often have enough space for multiple travelers, plus all of the creature comforts you need. These tiny house rentals in Delaware below are some of the coolest you’ll find.


Farm Houses for Rent in Delaware

Looking to live out your farm life fantasy? Take a look at these unique rentals in Delaware, each located on a farm! Sometimes nothing is better than waking up to an alpaca grazing next to your window or a mini pony frolicking in a field. These unique farmhouse rentals offer a one-of-a-kind overnight stay that you won’t find in an average hotel.


Mansions for Rent in Delaware

Go big or go home, right? When you’re testing out unique places to stay in Delaware and money isn’t a factor, check out these VRBO mansions. Not only will mansion rentals offer you a luxurious getaway (sometimes with a heated rooftop pool!) but they also will have enough space for you to bring all of your friends or family. Or both!


Castles for Rent in Delaware

While these may not be your average Medieval castles for rent, they are still incredibly special. What’s more unique than an overnight stay in a famous castle? Castles may be a thing of the past, but there are still plenty throughout the country that are worth considering for an overnight getaway.

Ahhh… now are you ready for a weekend away? While you’re thinking about getting away for a few days, you might want to check out the best hiking trails in Delaware to add some nature into your trip. – if you really want to feel at peace, there’s no better way than a walk through nature.

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Unique Places To Stay In Delaware

What are the best unique hotels in Delaware?

The best unique hotels in Delaware include:

  • Hotel du Pont, Wilmington
  • Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, Rehoboth Beach
  • The Towers Bed & Breakfast, Milford
  • Home2 Suites by Hilton, Dover
  • The Avenue Inn & Spa, Rehoboth Beach
  • Fenwick Shores, Tapestry Collection by Hilton, Fenwick Island
  • The Inn at Montchanin Village and Spa, Montchanin
  • The Bellmoor Inn and Spa, Rehoboth Beach
  • Dogfish Inn, Lewes
  • The Quoin Hotel, Wilmington
  • Hyatt Place Dewey Beach, Dewey Beach
  • Bethany Beach Ocean Suites Residence Inn by Marriott, Bethany Beach


If hotels are more your speed than VRBO rentals in Delaware, you’re in luck. These hotels mentioned above are some of the coolest places to stay in Delaware.

Where are the most unique getaways in Delaware?

The most unique getaways in Delaware include:

  • Fenwick Island
  • Rehoboth Beach
  • Newark, Delaware
  • Bethany Beach
  • Dewey Beach
  • Lewes
  • Bowers Beach
  • Dover
  • Georgetown
  • Historic New Castle
  • Montchanin Village


These incredible weekend getaways are a great way to start planning an itinerary, especially if you're visiting Delaware for the first time.

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