A Two-Night Stay for Two in a Queen or Full Room Sundays through Thursdays ($140) or Fridays and Saturdays ($198)
Bottle of Champagne
$10 Dining Credit at The Brick Restaurant & Tavern
Ditching the typical town square in favor of a circle is just one way that Georgetown, Delaware, has always marched to the beat of its own drum. These days, the Sussex County seat boasts an extensive list of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as close proximity to the sunny shores of Delaware's beaches. The Colonial-era town's flair for the unique is further epitomized by its "Return Day" tradition, in which both the winners and losers in local elections parade around the town circle together in a show of solidarity concluding with an ox feast. But between the homey dining establishments and the numerous local events, every trip to Georgetown is a winner.
Originally built in 1836 as a hotel to accommodate attorneys trying cases in the county courthouse, The Brick Hotel On The Circle has become a cozy inn that retains all its historic charm. The architectural details—like a balcony spanning the entire second floor, slanted ceilings, and original staircases and mantels—take you back in time, while the Wi-Fi access and heated towel racks provide present-day amenities. All rooms feature private bathrooms, antique and period replica furnishings, and a welcome snack basket. Visit the second floor parlor for breakfast and The Brick Restaurant for a fresh seafood dinner—two upscale dining experiences as warm and personal as the city that surrounds them.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON April 30, 2014
The Brick Hotel On The Circle
History Meets Luxury Near the Delaware Shore
- from $140