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September 23rd, 2009

Good shortcut recipes for all of you in the Delaware Beaches and Ocean City, Maryland….


Southwestern Chicken Lasagna


2 cups shredded deli-roasted chicken

1 tblsp. lime juice

1 1/2 tsp chili powder

1 tsp. salt

1/2 tsp. pepper

1 small onion, chopped

2 garlic cloves, chopped

1 tblsp. vegetable oil

1 (16 ounce) can jar salsa

1 (15 ounce) can chili with beans

1 (4.5 ounce) can chopped green chiles

9 (6 inch) flour tortillas

1 (8-ounce) package shredded Mexican four-cheese blend

Combine the first 5 ingredients; let stand 5 mintues.  Set aside.

Saute onion and garlic in hot oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat 3 to 4 mintues or until tender.  Add  salsa, chili, and green chiles; reduce heat, and simmer 3 to 4 minutes.

Line bottom of an 11 x 7 inch baking dish with 3 tortillas; layer with one-half chili mixture, one-half chicken mixture and one-third cheese.  Repeat layers; top with remaining tortillas.  Sprinkle remaining cheese on top.

Bake at 350 degrees for 25 to 30 minutes.  Let stand a few minutes before serving.  A garden salad would go well with this dish.

Note:  For this recipe, the trick is using roasted chicken from the deli department at your grocery store.


For the next one, before you decide not to do it, please try it.  It is good.


Chicken or Pork Chops with Coke and Ketchup


6 chicken breasts or pork chops

4 Chorizos (Spanish Sausage) readily available at all groceries stores in the meat dept., chopped

1/2 cup of Ketchup

1 can of Coke (you can use diet Coke if you prefer)

Marinate the chicken or pork chops in your favorite marinade for about 20 minutes.

In a frying pan saute the chorizo for a few minutes.  Add your chicken or pork chops and cook them until liquids run clear.  Combine Coke and Ketchup and add it to the pan. Cover and cook it for 20 minutes. 

You want to get a good sauce going.  The Coke has sugar and so does the Ketchup so as they start cooking you will see that it will be thickening up.  Don’t let it burn.

Serve it over white rice and your favorite vegetable or salad or both.  Make it your own.

Note:  This dish can easily be doubled.  I like it better with chicken.  A lot of times after I saute the chicken, then I put it in a casserole pan with the Ketchup and Coke and in the oven on 350 degrees for about 30 minutes.


Note:  The Southwestern Chicken Recipe Lasagna was in a Southern Living Magazine years ago.  I made it my own by changing it a bit.

You are ready. No stress now.

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September 22nd, 2009

At the Delaware Beaches, and…In Rehoboth Beach, Delaware…You will find…Tomato Sunshine…So Long Summer, Hello Fall


100_1791One of the best things about autumn is the abundance of colors.  They really are spectacular and one place that you cannot miss, as you are driving on Ocean Highway, is Tomato Sunshine.  Look at the colors on the pictures.  They are amazing, aren’t they?

Their location is 4312 Highway 1, Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971.  Telephone is 302-226-9533.  Fax number is 302-226-8795.  The website is www.tomatosunshine.com100_1792 There are 3 e-mail addresses for this garden oasis;,, and

Tomato Sunshine has been in Rehoboth Beach for many years.  Every year, at the beginning of the season, all of us, residents, start looking for the spring plants.  Then, gradually summer arrives and everyone then goes to see what their new100_1145 arrivals will look like.  Through the summer we all go to buy corn, vegetables, fruits from all stages of the summer and, you name it, they have it.

Their employees are very knowledgeable and we all have comments about our flowers or vegetables.  My big concern is that as my hibiscus gets bigger and with more blooms, it gets eaten by squirrels.

In the fall, the pumpkins are abundant; all sizes and shapes and even colors and the Indian corn has just made its first appearance.

This garden center is so easy to get to.  They have have plenty of parking and employees to help you put your purchases in the car.

Their website is pretty informative. Topics you will find are:

In the Greenhouse – In this section you will get an explanation of what type of flower to plant in the fall, for example, the winter pansy.  Then you will also find information about the vegetable garden in the fall.  I did not know that when you plant broccoli or cauliflower this time of the year, you get the highest quality of vegetable.  Others, like kale, develop a better flavor after the frost.

In the Nursery – This section will have all the decorating tips for autumn like corn stalks, painted pumpkins, violas and Johnny jump ups.

In the Garden Calendar you will find when, where and how to plant.

Have a compost pile?  A problem with it? The pile is too dry or foul odor, or is cool, or there are pests in the pile or need to balance the carbon/nitrogen ratio.  It is all there, on their website.

In your Garden Basics, they have great tips.  Even, information for preparing the fish pond for the winter; making sure the necessary steps are taken for fish and plant survival.

Pretty soon, in the not too distant future, the Christmas trees will be arriving and the garden will obtain an incredible pine scent and a different aura will begin to take place.

So, until next time…


Note:  Information on the different sections was taken from Tomato Sunshine’s website.

Tomato Sunshine delivers, but please give them a call for more information to the above mentioned telephone number or send them an e-mail.

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September 21st, 2009

At the Delaware Beaches and Ocean City, Maryland, the Events Continue in the Second Season….


Just to remind you that The Seaside Nature Center, in Lewes, Delaware, is open daily from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. year round. It will be only closed on October 19th – 26th, November 26th, December 25th and January 1st. Please call 302-645-6852 to pre-register for programs or for more information. All programs meet a t the Seaside Nature Center unless otherwise mentioned.

The Seaside Nature Center is located on 42 Cape Henlopen Drive inside the Cape Henlopen State Park.


In Lewes, Delaware at the Cape Henlopen State Park

Wednesdays from September 23rd – November 18th from 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. – Bird Walks at Cape Henlopen.  Explore the birding hot spots with seasoned birders and Hawk Watch staff.  Please bring your binoculars and field guides.  Beginners are welcomed.

Saturdays – Hike the Trail Challenge at Cape Henlopen, at 11:00 a.m.  You will join the naturalist on a guided hike to be one step closer to completing the trail challenge and entering the drawing to win prices.  Call 302-645-6852 for directions and pre registration.

Saturday, September 26th – World War II Games for Kids, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  Children ages 8 to 12 will go to Fort Miles and get real military training on hand signals, concealment exercises, code breaking, making firing trajectories, and much more.  Limited to 12.  $3.00 per child and pre registration is required by calling 302-645-6852.

Saturday, September 26th and October 31st – 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. – Lantern Tours of Fort Miles – Tour the gun battery by lantern light, exploring nooks, and crannies of the dark bunker.  Hear about its exciting role during WWII.  Limited to 30. $5.00 per adult, $2.50 per child.  Again, pre registration is required so please call 302-645-6852.

In case you are not aware, Fort Miles, is located in what is now Cape Henlopen State Park, which was a key part of the nation’s coastal defense during and after World War II.

For the programs of World War II Games for Kids and the Lantern Tours of Fort Miles you will need to Follow the directions to “Fort Miles” signs to the Historic Area parking lot.  Walk the paved road through the Cantonment Area to the Orientation Building, which is the large building on your right.

Saturday, September 26th at 1:00 p.m. – Nature Photography Workshop & Book Signing with Kevin Fleming.  Mr. Fleming is a renowned photographer and Delaware native.  He will give a narrative tour through his latest book, Wild Delaware.  Learn tricks about wildlife photography.


Rehoboth Beach

No more parking meters until next year and you are now able to make left turns in town.  What a relief!!!

Thursday, September 24th – Fundraising Event for the National Down Syndrome Society, at the Cultured Pearl on 302 Rehoboth Ave. They will start serving dinner at 4:30 p.m. and the Cultured Pearl will donate 20% of their proceeds. Reservations are recommended by calling 302-227-8493.

Friday, September 25th – Senior Beach Day – Healthy Living Expo at the Rehoboth Convention Center located in downtown Rehoboth Beach. 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.  Free screening and information.  There will be a Cheer Power Walk at 10:00 a.m. and for the first 250 registrants, free Beach Day T-Shirts will be handed out.

When donating $10 to Cheer, it will automatically make you a participant in the Power Walk through Henlopen Acres in Rehoboth Beach.

The Bandstand will have entertainment all day long.  For further information about this event, please call Ken Moore or Joyce Western at 302-856-5187 or visit

Friday, September 25th – Delaware Comedy Theatre Unbagged, at Wahoos Raw Bar & Crab Co., 19598 Coastal Highway, or Rt. 1, Rehoboth Beach.  Seating begins at 6:45 p.m. but show starts at 7:30 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.  RSVP’s are required.  Call Wahoos after 4:00 p.m., tel. 302-227-6700.  Tickets are $5 per person at the door or pay online at and you will have seats reserved.  Please note that this is for an adult audience only.  Food and drinks are available for purchase separately.

Friday, September 25th – Film – “A Thousand Years of Good Prayers”.  The screening will be sponsored by the Rehoboth Beach Film Society.  At 7:00 p.m. Location: Upstairs at the Movies at Midway.  Admission is $2 for members or $4 for non-members.  For details visit

Saturday, September 26th – Funfest at Winswept Stables on Rt. 24th in Rehoboth Beach, sponsored by the Beebe Medical Auxiliary. 10:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Games, rides, horse shows, pony rides, petting zoo, and much more.  Free admission. Website is

Sunday, September 27th – Rehoboth Beach Sunrise Rotary Club is hosting the 3rd Annual Crab Feast at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center.  All you can eat.  4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.  Cost is $60 per person in advance.  $30 for children 10-15 years old and under 10 are free.  At the door the cost will be $65 per person.  $10.00 for bottomless cup of beer; wine and other drinks to be purchased at the door.  The fundraiser is to benefit the charities of the Rehoboth Beach Sunrise Rotary Club.  You can purchase your tickets at: MX Physical Therapy, Traders Jewelry & Gifts, and Mann and Sons.  For all information please call 302-745-1286 or e-mail


At the Rehoboth Art League located at 12 Dodds Lane, in Rehoboth Beach. Tel. 302-227-8408, Website is

Every Wednesday there will be an Open Art Studio, from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.  Join other RAL members in the Chambers Studio to create art together at your own pace.  $5 fee per session.

Sunday, September 27th – John Murray – Masterprint Maker.  He will demonstrate a variety of printmaking techniques, including relief printing (woodcut, wood engraving, and linocut) and intaglio printmaking techniques.

These are Creative Spirit Talks and there is no charge for the program.  2:00 p.m. until 3:30 p.m., Chambers Studio.

Exhibits at the moment are:  “Farmers’ Markets!”, members theme exhibit.  “Spaces of Silence”, mixed media by Michael Krausz and “Secret Garden”, pastels by Nick Serratore.


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September 25th – September 26th – Elvis Festival – Featuring 2 days of Elvis Impersonators competing for $5,000 in Cash.  If you know an Elvis impersonator, and he is interested in competing, please have him call 302-227-3888, Ext. 134.  The festival will provide free hotel rooms and free meals to the Elvis impersonators.

I really thought Elvis was in Delray Beach, Florida, every Thursday night.  The proof is this picture of the King.  Thank you, thank you very much.


Ocean City, Maryland

Thursday, September 24th – September 25th – Sandcastle Home Tour.  Unique ocean City area homes on display in this popular annual event.  Tickets are required.  Please call Tel. 410-524-9433 or visit the website

Thursday, September 24th – Sunday, September 27th – Sunfest, at the Inlet Lot.  Ocean City’s most popular festival!!  There will be regional and national entertainment as well as arts and crafts from uniquely talented artisans from different areas of the U.S.  For more information, the website is

Thursday, September 24th – Sunday, September 27th – Sunfest Kite Festival, 1st – 6th Streets.  Master kite flyers showcase their aerial displays of art.  9 a.m. until 9 p.m.  For more information, please call 410-289-7855 or visit the website


Berlin, Maryland – near Ocean City, Maryland

Friday, September 25th until Sunday, September 27th – Berlin Fiddlers Convention, Main St. in Berlin.  Event runs Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday.  Please visit the website


Once again my beach towns are full of activities for all of you who reside in the Delmarva Peninsula or, decide to visit us, in our beautiful Second Season.

Note:  Information for the activities at the Cape Henlopen State park and Fort Miles was taken from the Fall 2009 Program Guide

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September 20th, 2009

An Innovative Jewelry Studio at the Delaware Beaches….It is Heidi Lowe Gallery….in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware


Heidi made her first ring in high school, and she has been making jewelry ever since, in addition to teaching at the Rehoboth Art League, located in Henlopen Acres, in the town of Rehoboth Beach.

She attended Maine College of Art in Portland, ME.  After obtaining her M.F.A. in Jewelry and Metalsmithing from the State of N.Y., in New Paltz, she relocated to the City.  It is in her genes; her mother, Colleen, is an artist and teacher, as well, and her father designed and built houses.

She creates jewelry with structure, color and meaning.  Her work is so unique; open to interpretation.

Her studio/Gallery is located on 328 Rehoboth Ave.  The telephone is 302-227-9203 and her website is  The website is presently under construction but will be up and running just in time for the On Line Jewelry Design Exhibition on November 14th, where the designs will be from artists already known for their work, as well as new emerging artists.  Save that date and make sure you check the website for more information.

Heidi has had 2 interns this summer; Maricha, who graduated from the Unitersity of the Arts in PA and Johanna who graduated from Towson University in Baltimore with an arts major.

On the day I visited the Gallery Maricha was there and graciously answered all my questions.

Heidi welcomes commisions, like engagement and wedding rings.

She can also design necklaces and cufflinks for wedding party gifts.  Or, anything to celebrate an occasion or an important date in your life.

At the present time, there is an on-going exhibit at her Gallery showing jewelry available for sale from artists from all over.

It is a very nice studio; whimsical, different and young.

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September 19th, 2009

At the Delaware Beaches….It’s a Gorgeous Day!….Say Cheese and Smile….


Unbelievable weather.  Crisp and clear. All my beach towns are packed.  I told you before, there are so many events going on.

Hope you made it to the beaches.

I say cheese because the following recipes will be very good if you are having people over to watch the football games or to take advantage of an equally beautiful night.


Better Cheddar – Great recipe.  From Carol

1 lb. New York sharp cheese, crumbled

1 cup walnuts, chopped

6 scallions, chopped

1 cup mayonnaise

1 tsp. liquid smoke

1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce

To crumble cheese, first cut it in small chunks then put in a food processor or blender until it crumbles.

Serve with crackers or  breadsticks.


Cheddar Raspberry Spread – You will think it is a strange combination, but I love it.  From Debbie

2 cups white Colby cheese, shredded

1/4 cup scallions, chopped, including bulb and green

2 tblsps. mayonnaise or slightly more, if needed

1/2 cup good quality raspberry jam

Toss cheese and scallions.  Moisten with mayonnaise to spreadable consistency.

Line shallow bowl with plastic wrap and pack cheese mixture firmly into bowl.  Refrigerate until ready to serve.

Unmold on a serving platter and top with jam.  Serve with plain crackers.


Old Kentucky Beer Cheese – From Louise

1 lb. sharp cheddar cheese

1 clove garlic, mashed

1 1/2 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce

1/2 tsp dry mustard

Tabasco to taste

1/4 bottle beer or more if needed

1 tsp. salt to taste

Bring cheese to room temperature.  Cut into cubes and process in electric mixer or food processor until perfectly smooth.

Add garlic, Worcestershire, mustard and Tabasco.  Blend well.

Add the beer, a little at a time while continuing to beat the cheese until mixture is good firm spreading consistency.  Too much will make it too fluffy.  Stir in salt and refrigerate.

Serve on small slices of rye or pumpernickel bread or small crackers. 

Cheese will look pretty if put in a small crock.


Olive Canapes – These are great and the recipe comes from Macon, Georgia.

1 cup chopped ripe olives

1/2 cup sliced green onions

2 cups grated sharp cheese

1/2 cup mayonnaise

1/2 tsp. salt

1/2 tsp. curry powder

6-8 English muffins – split

Mix ingredients well and spread on English muffins.  Cut muffins into quarters.  If you want you may do them ahead of time and place them on a cookie sheet and freeze them and then store them in plastic bags.

Either way, bake them at 350 degrees until the cheese is melted.  Serve them hot.


Sausage Ball Hors D’oeuvres – Love these too and easy to make.

1 lb. sharp cheddar cheese, shredded

1 lb. hot sausage

1 cup Bisquick

1 egg

Mix all ingredients together thoroughly and form into small balls (marble size or a bit larger).

Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 15 minutes or until done.

These may also be frozen before cooking and taken out as needed. Put the sausage balls on a cookie sheet to freeze and then place in plastic bags.  The reason you put them on a cookie sheet to freeze is so that they don’t stick together.


So, that is it.  Anyone asks you to come over, you can offer to take any of these appetizers. And, you will be ready if anyone drops by, as well.

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September 18th, 2009

At the Delaware Beaches, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, Ocean City, Maryland


In Lewes, Delaware:

Saturday, September 19th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. is the 11th Annual Lewes Artists’ Studio Tour that will include 14 regionally and nationally acclaimed local artists. You are invited to an informal introduction to their work as they invite you to their studios.

The following are the artists and the addresses:

Julie Molyneux, 9 Schaeffer Lane, Oil painting.  Tel. 302-645-1932

Barbara Warden, 211 Marina Drive, Textile artist and quilter. Tel. 302-645-2735

Bert Long, 305 Ocean View Blvd., Wood carver. Tel. 302-644-0710

Steve Rogers, 328 W. Market St., Landscapes, marine scenes, watercraft in acrylics and oils.  Tel. 302-645-9030

Pat Staby, 328 W. Market St., Fiber Artist. Tel. 302-645-9030

Sue Bartley, 130 Gills Neck Rd., Goldsmith. Tel. 302-645-2335

Aina Nergaard-Nammack, 115 Rodaline Ave., Painter. Tel. 302-645-5473

Connie Ballato, 125 Franklin Ave., Paints with Glass. Tel. 302-645-9431

Kevin Fleming, 107 Kings Highway, Photographer, Tel. 302-644-9472

Jean Doran, 138 Kings Highway, Paints portraits and local scenes in oils and acrylics on canvas, paper, and furniture. Tel. 302-644-2589

Dorothy Greet, 116 S. Washington Ave., Digital imaging to create original works of art. Tel. 302-644-7514

Marilyn Nugent, 133 Jefferson Ave., Venetian style glass bead maker and teacher. Tel. 302-645-7930

Barbara Petterson, 130 McFee St., Acrylic Painting panoramas of the Lewes and Rehoboth Beach area. Tel. 302-645-6869

Leslie Delmege McDonald, 35817 Spinnaker Circle, Wolfe Runne. Watercolors. Tel. 302-644-0136

Each artist is giving away a piece of art to a lucky visitor.


Delaware State Park, Lewes, Delaware

Hayrides in the Park on Saturday, Sept. 19th at 6:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.  $4.00 per person.  Please call 302-645-6852 for more information.


The next few months are full of events in all my beach towns.  All these towns are close to one another so it is no big deal to drive to them.

I will be posting dates, etc. etc. but just to give you a taste of what is coming up, read on:

Lewes Historical Society Craft Fair

Wine, Cheese, Beer Tasting in the Park in October to benefit the beautification of Cape Henlopen State Park

Dewey Beach will host the Dewey Beach Music Conference with 175 Bands for 3 nights. No cover.

How can I forget this one? Yes, the Elvis Festival in Dewey Beach at the Rusty Rudder. Impersonators competing for $5,000.

In Rehoboth Beach, at the Boardwalk is the Buddy Walk for the National Down Syndrome Society.

The Rehoboth League has a lot of exhibits on its calendar, along with classes. Gallery is open from Monday through Saturday.

The Rehoboth Art League and the Rehoboth Beach Film Society will have a screening of Basquiat at the Inn at Canal Square in October.

The 15th Annual Southeastern Delaware Artists Studio Tour will be in November. Their website is

The Jazz Festival will be here soon and the Film Festival not far behind.  Also, the Greyhounds will be arriving too.

The 20th Annual Sea Witch & Fiddlers Festival and the Annual Punkin’ Chunkin’ are favorite events, as well.

The First State Ballet Theater will be presenting The Nutcracker at Delaware Tech on December 12th at 7:00 p.m. For info. call 302-858-5475.

In Ocean City, Maryland some of the events will be:

Sandcastle Home Tour for the Ocean City Area

Sunfest and Sunfest Kite Festival

Winefest on the Beach

Ocean City Coin and Currency Show

12th Annual Endless Summer Crusin’


Harbor Day at the Docks – Waterfront Heritage Festival in the West O.C. Commercial harbor Area.

Near Ocean City, in Berlin, Maryland the Berlin Fiddlers Convention will make their appearance.

Ocean City Restaurant Week

Coastal Style Luxury Living Show at the Convention Center and the Toast Our Coast event celebrating local food, wine and music.

Fallfest of Fine Arts, The Christmas Craft Expo, The Winterfest of Lights.


I still remember when my husband and I moved here. He moved first and people would ask us; what are you going to do there? It is true that it got a little quiet after the summer years ago, but no longer. These towns are alive.

I hope you get the chance to come and enjoy the Second Season.

September 17th, 2009

Advertising….Delaware Beaches, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, Ocean City, Maryland


When I started this blog style website, my idea was to wait for a certain amount of weeks so people could read the style and direction I wanted the blog to take.

I think you can pretty much see where I am going. Therefore, I have decided to offer advertising on my site.

It is interesting to write, from a “local’s” point of view and from experience, but, don’t get me wrong, I am discovering new places as I go along. They also might have been here all along, but I just had not visited them. It is great to talk about them and by doing so you might want to come and visit us, here, in one of my beach towns.

The possibilites for promoting your business are endless on the internet. It is another way to reach a potential customer.

The ads on my site are stationary. No pay-per-click advertising or cost-per-clicks here. Just take a look right now at, and your ad will be the size of the ad you see there on the right. You will own it for the duration of the contract. People visiting my site will be able to go directly into your website.

Don’t have a website? Then, my webmaster will be able to put your business card right there, as well.

It really is not that expensive, think about it.

Prepaid Advertising Costs:

$300 for 180 days (6 months).

$500 for 365 days (1 year).

If you do not have a website and would like to advertise with your business card the cost will be:

$175 for 365 days (1 year)

While you are thinking about it, here is the contact information:

GJF Media, LLC
P.O. Box 922
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971


E-Mail Address:

Telephone: 302-604-4212

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September 16th, 2009

World Class Comfort at….The Bellmoor….in the town of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware…


Once again, I am pleasantly surprised to find a hidden treasure in this beach town.  I was informed at the reception desk that they have been there for eight years and I wondered where have I been. Truly happy that I have “found” it.

The Bellmoor is located at 6 Christian St. in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, 19971.  Telephones are: 302-227-5800 or 800-425-2355. The fax number is 302-227-0323.  The website is and the e-mail address is

It has been so many years since I have stepped inside this building, which by the way is completely different.  It used to be the location of the Dinner Bell Inn, a part of Rehoboth Beach some time ago.

The owners renovated, expanded, and renamed this beautiful inn.  It really is an oasis near the sea, where peace, serenity and relaxation is waiting for you to enjoy.

The Moore Family; the owners and hands-on managers of The Bellmoor, welcome business, professional and social groups to their luxurious conference facility.

The Inn has 78 rooms and their newly expanded landscape garden looks like the perfect place to have a drink, read a book or kick back and relax.  You can’t help but want to do just that.

In this garden, every morning guests are treated to a complimentary gourmet breakfast and every afternoon for tea.

The first thing you realize as you come in through the front door is that the cherry wood floors are so rich; the rugs beautiful and hanging on the walls are very nice pieces of art.  At the end of the hall and towards the dining area and terrace, I noticed cookies were served this afternoon with tea and other refreshments.

The entire property, inside and out is smoke free.  The Inn has designer inspired rooms and suites; a lot of them with fireplaces.  It also has a fitness room, a library and reading room, a gift shop, a concierge, and a high speed internet and computer center.  The property also has 2 outdoor swimming pools.

One of the guest amenities is the Spa at the Bellmoor.  You do not need to be a guest at the Inn in order to take advantage and pamper yourself at the day spa.  Their telephone is 302-227-5800 or 800-425-2355.  The e-mail address is They practically do everything, except hair.  Different spa packages are available, as well.

The Bellmoor is open year-round.  Just the place to get away, whether in season or in that quieter season we all like so much.

The location is perfect because you are in the heart of Rehoboth Beach, walking distance to restaurants, shops and a few blocks from the beach.  Plenty of parking is available, as well.

Think about it. Get away. You won’t regret it.

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