Many of our rental homes have large, well-equipped kitchens that are perfect for preparing a holiday feast.
Kitty Hawk, NC (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Leading Outer Banks vacation rentals provider Seaside Vacations is pleased to offer a special Thanksgiving vacation package.
“Spending Thanksgiving on the Outer Banks is the perfect way to relax and share what you’re thankful for with family and friends,” said Kristen Constantineau, Creative Director at Seaside Vacations. “Many of our rental homes have large, well-equipped kitchens that are perfect for preparing a holiday feast.”
Seaside Vacations' Thanksgiving package includes a $50 dollar gift card to Harris Teeter, coupon book from Tanger Outlet Mall as well as free early check-in and free early check-out in one of their Outer Banks rental homes.
“Not only does our Thanksgiving package include a gift card to a popular local grocery store, it also includes a coupon book to one of the area’s best shopping complex,” said Constantineau.
To take advantage of Seaside Vacation' exclusive offer, a guest must schedule their stay in a vacation rental home offered through Seaside Vacations' vacation rental program during the period of November 22 through November 30, 2013.
Seaside Vacations accepts reservations on their website, outerbanksvacations.com as well as phone reservations at 877.892.8668.
A specific code, THANKS13, has been established and can be used for online reservations as well as phone calls.
About Seaside Vacations:
Founded in 1990, Seaside Vacations is a family-owned and operated full-service property management and vacation home provider located on North Carolina’s Outer Banks. Offering a wide variety of Outer Banks rentals from cozy condominiums to large private homes, choose from nearly 300 Outer Banks vacation rentals—each with their own special features.
To learn more about Seaside Vacations, please call 877.892.8668 to speak to a Vacation Specialist, or visit http://www.OuterBanksVacations.com to view properties, book a vacation or find out more about the Outer Banks.