Sanctuary Realty at False Cape

Address: 3700 Sandpiper Road S, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23456, United States | Condo
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This condo, located on 3700 Sandpiper Road S, Virginia Beach, is near Sandbridge Beach, Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Hell's Point Golf Club, and Reed Manning Spa & Salon.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSanctuary Realty at False Cape Virginia Beach

    Reviewed by samfamily

    Wow what a great family vacation!!!

    Reviewed Jun 16, 2011
    by (1 review) , United States Flag of United States

    We rented a condo from Sanctuary realty in late May of this year. They are onsite and are great to work with. All the information we recieved about the units, checking in, and all the local attractions was very helpful and on target. I read some not so good reviews and we were a bit scared and I told the lady this when we were looking at different units and she was so comforting and reassuring that we would love it and well she was right we did. I know sometimes people write things out of anger in the moment and I felt like I needed to write about how wonderful our stay was. We will be back next year and please don't listen to some of the ugly stuff written...I asked about it and it was explained very well and now I understand too. Love the Sanctuary!!! Thanks to the staff for a great vacation. Sam

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