Newman-Dailey Resort Properties Includes Sparkle with Holiday Destin Vacation Rental Homes

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Vacation rental homes are increasingly popular for holiday celebrations. In addition to free movie rentals and activity passes, families who book a Newman-Dailey Destin vacation rental home for the holidays will receive a bottle of sparkling wine to kick off their holiday celebration.

Friends gather for a holiday celebration at the beach in a Destin vacation rental

"Our guests really enjoy the fully equipped kitchens to gather for morning coffee and breakfast and to prepare holiday meals,” said CEO Jeanne Dailey.

Newman-Dailey Resort Properties is making the holidays a little brighter for families searching for a Florida vacation rental home for the holidays. Vacation rental homes are increasingly popular as families discover the joys of gathering in a home near the beach for the holidays. In addition to free movie rentals and activity passes, families who book a Newman-Dailey Destin vacation rental home for the holidays will receive a bottle of sparkling wine to kick off their holiday celebration.

“Our guests really enjoy the fully equipped kitchens to gather for morning coffee and breakfast and to prepare holiday meals,” said Newman-Dailey Founder and CEO Jeanne Dailey. “In addition, after spending a relaxing retreat at the beach and reconnecting with family and friends, our guests love that when the celebration is over, they pack up, head home and leave the cleaning to us.”

HomeAway reports that millions of families will choose to stay in a vacation rental home this holiday season because it alleviates stress and increases comfort at a better value than a hotel. In a 2015 survey of 4,000 people across eight countries in Europe and the U.S., 29 percent of the survey respondents who reported they are not staying at home or with family will stay in a vacation rental for the holidays. The survey also revealed that 36 percent of Americans prefer to hit the beach.

The beaches of Northwest Florida are renowned for the soft white sand and emerald green waters. In addition, Destin offers a wide range of activity options and festive celebrations for the holidays. From the annual holiday boat parade at the Destin Harbor to the new Coastal White Christmas with horse-drawn carriage rides and carolers at Grand Boulevard at Sandestin to New Year’s Eve Celebrations all along the coast, South Walton and Destin offer coastal holiday fun for all ages.

Newman-Dailey's vast array of beach vacation rental homes sleep groups from two to 22. Each vacation rental home is equipped with a full kitchen, and washer and dryer, providing the conveniences of home as well as a beautiful beachside setting. Newman-Dailey also provides valuable extras, including complimentary movie rentals and activity passes for mini-golf and Segway tours.

The sparkling wine will be presented at check-in to guests who book three nights or more in a participating South Walton or Destin vacation rental home. Offer good through Dec. 31, 2017. Use promo code: HOME17. For those looking for holiday gift ideas, Newman-Dailey also features holiday Destin Vacation gift certificates at 10% off retail value.

To learn more or view the full breadth of rental options, visit http://www.DestinVacation.com or call 1-800-225-7652.

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About Newman-Dailey Resort Properties, Inc.
Newman-Dailey Resort Properties is a premier vacation rental, real estate sales and association management company located in Miramar Beach, Fla. Founded in 1985, Newman-Dailey has been welcoming guests to the beaches of South Walton and Destin, Fla. for more than 30 years. Recognized for excellence, integrity and professionalism, Newman-Dailey was voted “Best Property Management Company” by the readers of Emerald Coast Magazine. The Real Estate Division is consistently listed among the top 10 percent of real estate companies along the Emerald Coast for sales. For more sales or rental information, call 850.837.1071, or visit online at DestinSales.com or DestinVacation.com.

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