Newman-Dailey Resort Properties Celebrates Fall with Natural Attractions and Special Offers at Sanctuary at Redfish in Santa Rosa Beach

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South Walton Resort is focused on conservation while providing guests a luxury experience

View of Big Red Fish Coastal Dune Lake from Sanctuary at Redfish Resort

“A big part of our effort is education,” said Captain Bob.

Located along Northwest Florida’s Gulf Coast off Scenic Highway 30A, Sanctuary at Redfish in Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. is a luxury condominium resort nestled on 14 acres of pristine coastal property. Newman-Dailey Resort Properties, the resort’s premier vacation rental management company, is celebrating fall with special lodging offers and activities that allow guests to enjoy the property's natural surroundings, including the coastal dune lake, beaches, Gulf of Mexico and natural lands. The Sanctuary at Redfish team is focused on environmental stewardship while providing guests a luxury experience.

“We know this property is very special and important to the ecology of the region,” said Captain Bob Sellers, who runs the pontoon boat at Sanctuary at Redfish. “Therefore, we do everything we can to protect and maintain our natural surroundings.”

The resort overlooks Big Redfish Lake, one of South Walton’s 16 rare coastal dune lakes. The lakes are unique due to their connection with the Gulf of Mexico. At times these brackish lakes are closed off from the Gulf, and at other times, the lakes open to the Gulf changing the salinity and attracting many different species. The team works closely with the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance who monitors the area’s coastal dune lakes, documenting their changing patterns and collecting water samples.

“A big part of our effort is education,” said Captain Bob. “We educate guests on the fragile dune system and explain why walking on the dunes is not permitted. We also share information about the lake and the many species that make it their home.”

The 64-unit resort features three- and four-bedroom condominiums that overlook a multi-tier pool as well as the lake. Each well-appointed, luxury condo includes a balcony, offering breathtaking lake and gulf views and the resort’s lush landscape provides guests serenity and privacy. In addition, resort amenities allow guests to connect with nature, including complimentary kayaks and canoes for use on the lake and in the Gulf, as well as walking trails on the property. Seasonally (March – October), a pontoon boat takes guests on a scenic five-minute ride through the lake to the beach.

Sanctuary at Redfish also provides a long list of first class amenities. The expansive pool deck consists of three separate pools, two Jacuzzis, a large fire pit, two outside grills, and private pool cabanas. Conveniently located on Scenic Highway 30A, the resort is near restaurants, shopping and entertainment. A 19-mile paved bike path along Hwy 30A is ideal for biking to the neighboring communities of Santa Rosa Beach, Grayton Beach, WaterColor and Seaside.

Along with the on-site amenities and unbeatable location, guests of Newman-Dailey receive a gift card good toward bike rentals and free movie rentals as well as seasonal beach service (March – October).

"Our staff's commitment to the environment and superior level of service has helped us earn a reputation of quality and dependability," said NDRP CEO and Founder Jeanne Dailey. "We are extremely proud to consistently earn excellent reviews on FlipKey and TripAdvisor, earning us the ‘Certificate of Excellence’ each year."

To view Newman-Dailey’s selection of luxury condos at Sanctuary at Redfish visit http://www.SouthWaltonVacation.com. For stays now through Nov. 14, 2014, Newman-Dailey Resort Properties is featuring two fall specials “3 For 15” and “4 For 20”. Guests who book a three night stay under the promotion will receive 15% off and guests who book a four night stay or more using this promotion will receive a 20% discount on top of the already low seasonal fall rates. Promo Code: 3FOR15* or 4FOR20*. For more information or to book a stay, call 1-800-225-7652. *Some restrictions apply.

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