2 Extra Days Free to Play on the Beach or Relax at St. Simons Island’s North Breakers

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Enjoy oceanfront breezes and direct beach access from now through the end of August on St. Simons Island at the gated North Breakers community, complete with its own swimming pool. Choose from two or three bedroom residences with well-equipped kitchens, wet bars, large living and areas, and spacious balconies.

St. Simons Island has long been a favorite vacation destination with its subtropical climate, relaxed pace of life, outstanding shops and many restaurants. The island is canopied with century old live oaks draped with Spanish moss. A gleaming white lighthouse still guides ships into the harbor while standing guard over a quaint village and fishing pier. On the Northern End of St. Simons Island, Fort Frederica and Christ Church are picturesque reminders of the colonial and plantation eras.

The beach and warm, gentle ocean waters provide ideal conditions for all types of activities: swimming, walking, biking, kite-flying, relaxing with a good book, watching children play in the surf and building sand castles. For the sports enthusiasts, there are endless possibilities: golf, tennis, boating and on-shore or off-shore fishing. Miles of bike paths provide an alternative way to leisurely enjoy the island's natural beauty.

This offer applies for new reservations only for bookings occurring in July and August. Daily rate and select availability apply. For more information, visit http://www.resortqueststsimons.com, or call 888-315-6060. Please mention booking code INT/NB when making your reservation.

ResortQuest, the leading vacation property management company in North America, provides a one-stop resource for more than 50 premier resort destinations (http://www.resortquest.com). ResortQuest is the largest marketer and management company of vacation condominiums and vacation home rentals in the continental U.S., Hawaii and Canada, based on a portfolio of more than 20,000 vacation rental properties. For more information or to book accommodations, visit http://www.resortquest.com.

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