Rehoboth Beach, Delaware: A Travel Guide

The Associated Press recently featured a story by Linda Lombardi about traveling with her two Pugs to Rehoboth Beach in the great state of Delaware. Her description of the place reminded me so much of the charming little town of Oakville, where we’ve stayed a couple of times while visiting Toronto.

Rehoboth Beach doesn’t allow dogs on the beach or on the boardwalk, even if carried, but the town has streets lined with stores and restaurants, most of which accommodate our four-legged family members. In particular, Lombardi mentions a restaurant named Hobos which has an outdoor eating area and offers an organic chicken and rice dish for dogs.

Bewitched and BEDazzled B&B offers campy 60’s show Bewitched-themed lodging and welcomes dogs. If you can’t bring your own, you can “borrow” the owner’s Cavachons. The Canalside Inn, a little further from the beach, also is dog-friendly.

Check out the whole article.

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