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Exterior of the front ot the Towers B&B. 1
Music room showing fireplace, couches and piano. 2
Ceiling of Tower Room with chandelier seen from directly below. 3
Front parlor showing fireplace. 4
View of dining room and front parlor. 5
Sun Room. 6
View of the wood ornamentation under the oreal on the corner of the Towers B&B. 7
Exterior of the rear of the Towers B&B as seen from the garden. 8

"Near the beach, away from the crowd"

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Located in historic Milford, Delaware, the Towers is a luxurious bed & breakfast.

Milford, a major wooden shipbuilding center in the 19th century, is located on the Mispillion River within a two-hour drive of Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Wilmington, Philadelphia and southern New Jersey. Just a short drive south of Milford are the resort Atlantic beach towns of Lewes, Rehoboth, Bethany Beach, Dewey Beach and Fenwich Island - and one of the largest factory outlet and discount shopping centers on the East Coast.

The Towers was built in 1783, but dramatically remodeled in 1891 in the lavish "steamboat Gothic" style. In the early 19th century it was home to Delaware 's most famous poet, John Lofland. It was later owned by William Burton, Delaware's governor during the Civil War.

Click here to see a history of the Towers.

The Towers is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as part of the North Milford Historic District.

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