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(2)Fantastic 3 bed / 3 bath homes! With choice of Private hot tub / OR Splash Pool(optional heat). A perfect vacation base to discover the Magic of Disney and Central Florida!
Golfers also love it here!
Subject to availability, both homes can bee booked together for larger families of up to 12. Only 100 yards between the homes! Close enough some would say:)
From just $747 per week inc rent tax and final clean!!
You are booking direct with the owner and will get first class service in all stages of booking, staying, and leaving our house. Our greatest aim is to ensure you return again and again!
Easy to get to from all Florida airports. Daily transport available to all the parks (small cost) if you dont fancy driving to them. Gated entrance for security.
We have a brilliant local 24-hour management company in place for any issues, and our cleaning lady is very thorough. There is a reception clubhouse with staff to help with planning your days out.
These homes are high specification, located on a first class award winning resort, built especially to provide a base to discover central Florida attractions. Home from Home, safe and secure, and welcoming to guests from all over the world!
The master bedrooms offer king-size beds, the second bedrooms, on the ground floor, offers wonderful queen/full size beds, whilst the third has two nice twin-size beds. All with their own bathroom! 2 bedrooms have a flat screen tv/dvd.
Our living area is very comfy with 2 large sofas, and large 46" HD screen television. DVD player.
Formal dining area, casual dining area, and outside sitting area! Dishwasher, cutlery and crockery supplied.
You will love having a fully-equipped kitchen with breakfast bar. Your own private patio is a wonderful place to relax in the quiet of the evening. You will love how close we are to the clubhouse with all the amenities including a free movie theater!
This truly is an ideal base and offers all you expect for a fabulous Florida vacation!
All linens and towels are provided and the house also has its own washer and dryer.
With parking at the front of the properties and only 5 minutes from Disney World and close to shopping and restaurants our house gives everything you need for a great cost effective Florida vacation.
Located in the fantastic new resort-style community of Windsor Palms, formerly wyndham palms resort, is ideally located very close to all the local attractions, and has unrivalled resort facilities, mentioned before that are freely available to all villa guests. So, whether you're in Florida for the attractions or simply to relax, this the perfect location for your orlando rental home. Windsor Palms Resort is just one mile from the eating, shopping and services of the Formosa Gardens area of the US192.
If you are thinking of a 2 centre vacation with some time at the beach, ask about our Sarasota home, also listed on this site! We can house up to 12 persons.
I wanted to let you know that we enjoyed our stay in your home. The location was fantastic and the boys really, really enjoyed the pool! We will definitely contact you before our next trip to Orlando. I will post a glowing review on VRBO shortly.
Magic Kingdom Overview:
The Magic Kingdom theme park -- Disney's first theme park in Florida -- has seven themed lands featuring attractions built around wonder, fantasy and fun. It also features food locations and merchandise locations. History The Magic Kingdom Park opened Oct. 1, 1971, and soon after was dedicated on Oct. 25. Many celebrities were on hand for the festivities, as well as Walt Disney's entire family. Arthur Fiedler conducted the World Symphony Orchestra at the base of Cinderella Castle. Roy O. Disney stood with Mickey Mouse in Town Square and read the dedication plaque. The park opened with six themed lands: Main Street, U.S.A.; Adventureland; Frontierland; Liberty Square, a land originally planned for Disneyland; Fantasyland; and Tomorrowland. (Mickey's Birthdayland was created in 1988 to honor Mickey Mouse's 60th birthday, and eventually changed its name to Mickey's Starland in 1990. In 1996, the land changed again to Mickey's Toontown Fair.) Eventually, all the lands came together with their own unique themes. Ordinary buildings were cloaked with intricately designed exteriors and interiors. Details were installed and the final coats of paint were put on. Imagineers used an architectural trick called "forced perspective" to make buildings look taller than they actually are. They shrunk windows, balconies and even furniture on the second floors and shrunk any third floors even further to achieve the illusion of tall buildings climbing far into the sky. To complete the feeling of being in a three-dimensional movie, background music was created for each particular land, as if it was part of any film's soundtrack. In the end, it took more than 9,000 workers to build the world's most famous vacation resort. Location The Magic Kingdom park occupies 107 acres. It is located off Interstate 4 on Walt Disney World Resort property, Lake Buena Vista, Fla., approximately 22 miles southwest of Orlando. Dining & Merchandise Food locations are situated throughout the Magic Kingdom park, with character dining opportunities located at The Crystal Palace at Main Street, U.S.A.; Liberty Tree Tavern at Liberty Square; and Cinderella's Royal Table at Fantasyland. Priority seating for full-service restaurants can be made at City Hall on the day of visit or in advance by calling 407/WDW-DINE. Merchandise locations offer quality items from clothing to collectibles.
Major Attractions Walt Disney World Railroad (1971): A grand circle-tour of the Magic Kingdom park aboard an authentic steam train. Mad Tea Party, Dumbo the Flying Elephant, Snow White's Scary Adventure and Peter Pan's Flight (all 1971): Attractions inspired by animated Disney film classics. It's a Small World (1971): Hundreds of doll-like figures sing and dance in their native costumes. Jungle Cruise (1971): Board from a last-outpost river landing to observe curious gorillas, playful Indian elephants in their daily bath and frolicking hippos created in life-like realism by Disney artists. Country Bear Jamboree (1971): The zaniest troupe of singing bears ever assembled celebrate old-time music with a foot-stompin' beat. Hall of Presidents (1971): The most impressive moments in American history are presented in life-like realism with all of the nation's chief executives on a single stage through the three-dimensional magic of Audio Animatronics. Diamond Horseshoe Saloon Revue (1971): Where dance-hall ladies and elegant gents sing and dance. The Haunted Mansion (1971): The liveliest collection of ghosts ever assembled for all to see as they travel through ancient rooms. Pirates of the Caribbean 1973): Aboard buccaneer launches, adventurers travel through mysterious grottos, then plunge down a waterfall and into the midst of a pirate battle for control of a harbor town. Tom Sawyer Island (1973): Log rafts take guests across the river where Injun Joe's Cave, the Magnetic Mystery Mine and old Fort Sam Clemens await exploration. Space Mountain (1975): Action, speed and perpetual motion await as guests "blast off" into night skies for a twisting, diving "return-to-earth" aboard miniature space shuttles. Big Thunder Mountain Railroad (1980): A wild ride on a runaway mine train. Splash Mountain (1992): A log-flume ride with one of the world's longest flume drops -- a five-story, 47-degree descent reaching speeds of nearly 40 mph. The ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter (1995): A mysterious corporation from a distant planet, X-S Tech, displays a new teletransportation device that brings the audience face-to-face with an alien. The Timekeeper (1995): A hysterical blast through time in a Circle-Vision 360 format. The Barnstormer (1996): A kid-sized roller coaster zips and zooms through Goofy's Wiseacre Farm in crop-dusting biplanes. Buzz Lightyear's Space Ranger Spin (1998): Board your star cruiser, grab hold of your laser cannon and help Buzz defend the universe from the Evil Emperor Zurg. The Enchanted Tiki Birds-Under New Management (1998): Hollywood featherweights Iago, from Disney's animated feature "Aladdin," and Zazu, from "The Lion King," have become the new landlords of this classic attraction, creating a witty, upbeat show filled with old and new choreographed musical numbers. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1999): The whole gang's here, joining guests on a journey into the Hundred Acre Wood. The Magic Carpets of Aladdin (2001): Genies, flying carpets, magic lamps and Middle East mystique inspires this new attraction. Entertainment & Shows Daily entertainment in every "land" includes: "Share a Dream Come True" parade celebrating Disney's 100 Year
"Cinderella's Surprise Celebration," a singing and mingling "party" at Cinderella Castle featuring more than 20 Disney characters.
"SpectroMagic" nighttime parade with spectacular lighting ef
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay