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The King's Inn is originally known as the William F. Marshall House and is backed with 117 years of downtown Lewes experience.  The King's Inn provides a Victorian top-notch bed and breakfast amenities in charming downtown Lewes, Delaware.  The innkeeper is Patricia (Pope) Rockett and she can provide you with interesting and historical accounts of downtown Lewes, DE - a combination that can't be beat!

Through our charm, experience, and expertise The King's Inn has established a quiet, charming, and best facility relationship with our guests that will last a lifetime!  So take a look around at our place below and see what we have to offer. 

The pictures from left to right are:  Dining in our atrium, african art, spacious living room, swing or rock on our porch, shoot some pool, view our art gallery hung about our beautiful stairway, and view some of the attractive stain-glass in our B&B!

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Lewes, the "first town in the First State," is full of small town charm - a special place for special people.  Dating from the year 1631, it has an interesting and varied history, which can be savored on a walking tour of historical houses, churches and parks.  The downtown area is replete with many shops, boutiques and excellent restaurants, while maintaining a relaxed, tree -lined quietness.  It's the western home of the Cape May - Lewes Ferry, and walk-on or drive yourself Atlantic City excursions are available.  Situated at the mouth of the Delaware Bay, Lewes has both protected bay beaches and Atlantic Ocean beaches in Cape Henlopen Seashore State Park.  The year-round population is about 4,000 and swells to more than twice that size in the summer.  Rehoboth Beach and Ocean City, Maryland resorts are not far away, for summer fun, and the North Atlantic Flyway brings birders interested in both water and migratory species to our many wetland refuges.

Lewes, centrally located for many tourists, is two and one-half hours from Washington, Philadelphia and Baltimore and fours hours from New York.

Call the King's Inn at (302) 645-6438 today to make your reservations!