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Trade in your snow shoes for flip flops!

by Chris Chatelain on February 28th, 2015

kids on the beach with snorkel and masks enjoying spring breakWith warmer temperatures just around the corner, now is the time to start getting into a Spring state-of-mind. And what better way to get into the spirit than with a spring break beach deal in Northwest Florida?

Luckily, ResortQuest By Wyndham Vacation Rentals is currently offering hot deals like 15 percent off your vacation rentals, through April 12, plus an additional five percent off March stays — which means you can melt the ice and warm your heart with savings of 20 percent on a stay between March 1 — 31.

So if you are getting tired of waking up to snow and sub-freezing temperatures, then the Sunshine State has a few great ideas on how it can help you thaw from this brutal winter. Here are a few ways you could put that savings to good use while here:

  • Play a few rounds of golf. Northwest Florida is known for its lush golf courses with fairways that stay green nearly year-round and greens boasting fantastic water views. Destin is the center of it all with championship courses like the Raven Course, which has actually been used for Champions Tour tournaments. Just imagine sinking birdie putts in the morning, followed by sinking your toes into the warm sands overlooking the sparkling waters of the Gulf of Mexico in the afternoon.   It’s the best of both worlds, as you can work on your golf game on challenging courses and then work on your tan with a tropical drink in your hand afterwards. Now that’s the life!
  • Warm up with wine.There’s very few things more relaxing than sipping a glass of wine with your feet up and forgetting about the worries of
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    Crescent Condominiums in Destin, Florida is one of over 200 rentals available for this special offer.

    the world. Well, throw in the breathtaking views of the water and coastal wildlife along Scenic Hwy 30-A in South Walton, and you’ve got a dynamic one-two punch of ultimate relaxation. One of the many great things about booking a stay at a vacation rental along Hwy 30A is that you’ll be able to catch the 30A Wine Festival, which runs from Friday, March 6 through Sunday, March 8. The three-day celebration will feature renowned vinters, local culinary delights and, of course, tropical breezes and sensational sunsets over the gorgeous Gulf of Mexico waters.

  • Catch dinner. While some will undoubtedly still be shoveling snow from their driveways in March, you could be baiting a hook at the Navarre Beach Fishing Pier in preparation to dipping your line in the water while soaking up the sun. Sure, there are countless spots from which to fish, but Navarre Beach is a hidden gem on the Emerald Coast. It’s still relatively unknown to the masses, so crowds and noise are rarely an issue at this delightful destination. And, the fishing pier offers a vantage point unlike any other in the area. In fact, it’s the longest fishing pier in the Gulf — checking in at a whopping 1,545 feet long. A temporary fishing license is included in the small admission fee, and visitors can even rent fishing poles, rods and gear onsite. You can literally show up with nothing but your clothes, and walk back to your vacation rental in Navarre with dinner in hand.

So get out of the deep freeze and plan a trip to the deep blue seas, sugar-white sands and gentle golfing greens of Northwest Florida. Book today, and don’t forget to use the promo code FLIPFLOPS for your 20 percent discount when booking online at select ResortQuest By Wyndham Vacation Rentals accommodations.

DETAILS: Offer is valid on travel dates from March 1 through April 12, 2015, with a stay of 3 nights or more at any of our eligible rentals. To take advantage of this offer, call 888-210-5575 or book online using Promo Code FLIPFLOPS by March 31, 2015.

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