Oceanfront hotels in Delaware are far and few between, let alone one with so much ambiance. For over 120 years, the quaint Delaware town of Bethany Beach has proudly harbored a treasure: a historic oceanfront inn right on the Atlantic Coast. The Addy Sea has a rich background filled with life and laughter. In 1904, the inn was one of the first establishments built in the town by the Addy family, founding members of Bethany Beach. Since then, this Bethany Beach bed and breakfast enchanted guests from around the world. However, perhaps none were so endeared to Addy Sea than Leroy Trice ‘Roy’ Gravatte III.
hat better cure is there to the “winter blues” than a romantic getaway with your partner. And who better serve as your home in this peaceful winter haven than us here at Addy Sea? From our on-site offerings to the local fixings, you cannot get much better. And, if you’re going to take advantage of the off-season rates, then why not go all out by planning your romantic getaway in Delaware today?
Upon first glance, most visitors can feel the rich history emitting from every corner of our Victorian bed and breakfast. Though many are familiar with Addy Sea’s past and its contributions to Bethany Beach’s history as a whole, two major events shifted its course forever. It is also important to understand where we came from to gain a bit more insight.
When it comes to finding event venues in Delaware, there are a lot of moving parts to consider. Will there be enough space? Do you have access to the amenities you need? Is on-site lodging available? Though there are many more variables to account for if you want an event to run smoothly, look no further than here at Addy Sea, the pride of Bethany Beach. We will take care of your needs and will keep your stress-level low at our historic oceanfront hotel along the Delaware coast.
Addy Sea, a historic oceanfront inn located in picturesque Bethany Beach, Delaware, is proud to present a brand new, reoccurring five-course wine pairing dinner event, starting on November 10, 2020, for in-house guests only. Each distinctive dinner, which will typically land on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 6 p.m., will feature a new, creative menu, complete with many classic seaside delights that encapsulate Sussex County’s culinary scene.