5 Reasons You Should Spend Destin Thanksgiving At Vitamin Sea

It’s already almost October, which means that if you haven’t started thinking about Destin Thanksgiving yet, you should probably start planning now. If you’re looking for somewhere warm to retreat to for the holiday, Florida’s Emerald Coast is just the place to go. However, staying in a hotel on Thanksgiving isn’t exactly cozy, so vacation rental homes are just the perfect alternative. In fact, Vitamin Sea, a stunning luxury vacation rental in Miramar Beach, is the ideal place to spend Thanksgiving.

1. It’s spacious with plenty of room for the whole family.

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One of the best things about this home is that there’s plenty of room for the entire family. With five bedrooms and an additional loft with sleeping arrangements, this home can sleep upwards of 15 guests. This makes it a great option for big families over the holidays. Additionally, with a breakfast bar and formal dining room table, there’s no shortage of seating arrangements for your big Thanksgiving feast. There’s even an in-home elevator, which makes this home perfect for elderly or handicapped guests or relatives. Overall, this is an excellent place to relax and enjoy your family time together.

2. The gourmet kitchen is the perfect place to cook Thanksgiving dinner.

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Let’s face it, on Thanksgiving, you need a lot more space to cook than you usually do. Thank goodness Vitamin Sea has a huge kitchen complete with a large island and stainless steel appliances. It’s the perfect place for multiple people to work on preparing all your Thanksgiving favorites. Additionally, because the floor plan is so open and airy, you don’t have to sacrifice your family time while you’re preparing the feast. It’s easy for everyone to socialize with one another throughout the day whether you’re watching football, cooking, or playing board games around the dining table.

3. You can’t beat its location.

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Vitamin Sea is in a prime location for both the beach and Black Friday shopping. This home is only a three-minute walk to the beach. As a result, there are some pretty remarkable views from the second and third floor of the house. Additionally, because it’s located in Miramar Beach, it’s only a few minutes away from Silver Sands Premium Outlets and the Destin Commons, which are the best places to shop for Black Friday deals. It’s also close by some of the area’s best restaurants, so there are plenty of dining options for those who prefer not to cook their own Destin Thanksgiving dinner.

4. There’s a private heated pool and spa.

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November is usually still pretty warm here, so spending Thanksgiving poolside is a great idea. Vitamin Sea has its own private heated pool and spa, which means even if it’s a little chilly, you can have the pool heat turned on. There’s also a plenty of outdoor seating in addition to an outdoor dining area and a grill if you feel like having a little Thanksgiving barbeque.

5. The entire home is beautiful and luxurious.

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Overall, this home is absolutely stunning. Everything in this home is tastefully decorated and each room feels luxurious. The master bathroom, for example, will have you feeling like you’re in a fancy resort spa. With a roman bathtub and walk-through shower, you have everything you need to pamper yourself on your vacation. Additionally, with all the incredible features this home has, you’ll find yourself feeling relaxed and in the holiday spirit in no time at all!

All in all, if you’re still making Destin Thanksgiving plans, Vitamin Sea is just the place to go. This gorgeous home is the perfect Thanksgiving destination for your entire family. Whether you’re planning on cooking, shopping, or simply relaxing, Vitamin Sea has exactly what you need. Book your Thanksgiving stay at Vitamin Sea as soon as possible!

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