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Clermont, Florida, United States  (# 30295)
 Luxury 5 Bedroom Orlando Villa With It's own
  VacationsFRBO Clermont Vacation Rentals Property ID 30295 Clermont Rental  

Major City: Orlando
Distance: <3 mi
Community: woodridge

Type:   Villa
Area: Residential

Bedrooms: 5
Sleeps: 10
Baths: 3
Size: Sq Ft

Internet: Yes
Pets OK: Yes
Pool: Yes
Spa: No

Calendar: No
Exchange: No
For Sale: No
Credit Cards: Yes

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Name: Andy Howard

Phone: +441206271912

Languages: English

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VacationsFRBO Listing Since: 2008-03-21

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We would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our Luxury
Executive 5 bedroom family Villa.

Why stay in a hotel when you can have the luxury of staying in a 5
bedroom Villa for the same price, complete with the privacy this also
has to offer. With your very own 30 foot luxury heated pool.

Our Villa is ideal for disabled people or people with disabilities.

Our villa is located within the quite community of Clear Creek just
off HWY27 at Clermont.
This is a great location just 10 minutes from the Main gate of Walt
Disney World, this being one of a few residential locations that is
in easy reach of all the main attractions that Orlando has to offer.
Being just 40 minutes from Orlando international airport you can be
assured of a short drive from this luxury villa.

Clear Creek is a new development with a new 24 hour Walmart
supermarket just a 3 minute drive which stocks all you could possibly
require for your stay, also on the same development there is a post
office and pharmacy for your convenience. You are just a one mile
drive from the famous 192 which offers restaurants and entertainment
for all ages.



What our luxury 5 bedroom villa has to offer:
One king master bedroom complete with en suite (with beautiful four
poster bed complete with a walk in wardrobe and a safe for your
One Queen master bedroom complete with en suite
Third bedroom to include a luxury double bed
Fourth and Fifth bedrooms come with twin beds, with access to the
third bathroom
All main bedrooms come complete with cable television for your
All towels and bed linen are provided
please note for your safety this Villa is NON SMOKING.
From the spacious lounge area you have access to a fully equipment
kitchen, which includes all the applicances you could possibly
require during your stay, (a large american fridge freezer complete
with cold water and ice dispenser all cutlery, plates, pots and pans,
even a microwave are provided!!). The first door to the left is our
games room, which contains a pool table, air hockey and an electronic
darts board this also comes with another american style fridge
freezer for all those cold drinks you cold possibly require for those
lazy afternoons and evenings.

Why not take advantage of our lovely heated 30 foot swimming pool
(please note heating is charged at a weekly rate in the colder
months) the heating is not required in the hotter seasons.

We will provide you with our management companies telephone number,
they are available 24 hours a day.



Once you have landed in Florida the state has a lot to offer. Below
are some of the attractions that will appeal to all ages both young
and old.

The Magic Kingdom Park

Is what springs to mind for most people when you mention Disney. The
park does get busy so get there early and you'll see so much more.
Stop by the home of the world's most famous mouse in 'Mickey Toontown
Fair' and have a look at where the big cheese actually lives. Take a
thrill ride across the galaxy on' Space Mountain', explore the
ghostly happenings at the Haunted Mansion, or prepare to get wet with
Brer Rabbit and friends on 'Splash Mountain'. Do try and catch one of
the wonderful parades featuring some of your favorite Disney
characters, and don't come home before you've seen the fireworks high
above Cinderella Castle. It's a long day but an absolute must!

Disney's Animal Kingdom

Theme Park is an adventure involving the very real, the imaginary and
the extinct! Ride 'Kilimanjaro safari's where the animals are almost
close enough to touch. Come face to face with a magnificent troop of
gorillas, or travel back in time on 'Dinosaur'. Asia is the newest
area of the park where you can cool off on 'Kali River Rapids'.
Animal Kingdom is a great combination of the magic and fun of Disney
and all that mother nature has to offer. Make sure you get there
early when the animals are at their most active and don't miss
the 'Lion King Stage Show' and the highly amusing 'It's Tough To Be A

Disney MGM Studios

Take a journey through 'tinsel town', courtesy of the Disney MGM
Studios. Battle imperial star-fighters on Star Tours, then it's on to
the exciting Indiana Jones Epic Stunt Spectacular, Jim Henson's
Muppet 3D movie, and superb live shows like the Hunchback Of Notre
Dame. Try and make time for the afternoon parade featuring characters
from the latest animated Disney blockbuster - 'Mulan' is the current
offering and highly recommended. The highlight for many guests
is 'Fantasmic!' as Mickey Mouse battles the evil fantasy villains
with a barrage of fireworks, water and lasers and don't miss the Rock
N Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith.


The Experimental Prototype Community Of Tomorrow is a showcase for
cutting edge technology along with an eclectic mix of international
entertainment and cuisine. In Future World you get an enthralling
look at how our modern world has developed along the very latest
developments in science and technology, and it's all dine in a fun
and often interactive setting. Make sure you see 'Honey I Shrunk The
Audience'- Disney's 3D magic is not to be missed! World Showcase, on
the other hand, features the traditions and cultures of people from
around the world. Eat and drink your way around the globe in a day
and don't miss 'Illuminations: Reflections of Earth' every night
around the World Showcase lagoon - it's truly a breathtaking event.

Pleasure Island

If it's clubbing you're into then head over to Downtown Disney
Pleasure Island - 'Mannequins' is a dance palace of epic proportions
for over 21's, or there's jazz, comedy, hip hop, and country and
western on offer as well The 'Adventurers Club' is a little on the
wacky side with its off the wall look at life in the 'Raj', then head
outside with your family for a non-stop street party with live shows
and fireworks. Look out for some very well known bands playing on the
West End Stage and don't forget to stay late!

Downtown Disney West Side

The West Side features a huge Virgin Mega store for cheap CD's, a 20
cinema complex to catch the latest films, live music at the House of
Blues, and numerous excellent eateries like Wolfgang Puck Café and
Bongos Cuban Care. Disney Quest Indoor Interactive Theme Park is a
video game fanatics dream come true with 5 floors of high tech
entertainment! The amazing Cirque Du Soleil, a mix of street theater
and circus artistry, is hard to describe and it's not the cheapest
ticket in town - even though it's worth every penny.

Disney Water Parks

Disney water parks are great fun and suitable for all ages, Makes
sure you have some good sun block and keep re-applying it throughout
the day. In the blazing heat of the summer 3-4 hours without any
shade is plenty so don't overdo it.

Disney's Blizzard Beach Water Parkis a highly unusual ski resort
where the snow has melted and turned the place into a mecca for water
rides and slides - look out for the one and only 'Summit Plummet' and
hang onto that swimsuit.

Disney's Typhoon Lagoon Water Parkis home to the biggest surf wave
ever to hit Florida and is a tropical paradise full of slick flumes
and giant slides like the 'Humunga Kowabunga'. Makes sure you take
time to snorkel 'Sharks Reef'.

Disney Quest

Disney Quest is an Indoor Interactive Theme Park, combining cutting-
edge entertainment technologies such as virtual reality and 3-D with
Disney stories and characters to create a one of a kind experience.
Climb into a real river raft, ride the rapids and ovoid hungry
dinosaurs in a Virtual Jungle Cruise. Design your own roller coaster
and then ride it on Cyberspace Mountain. Explore five floor of
virtual fun with over 250 attractions, rides and games.

Universal Studios

Park number one is where Hollywood, movies and television come alive
in numerous excellent rides, shows and attractions. Jaws is always
good value as is the revamped ET. 'Back To The Future Ride' is still
one of the best simulator rides ever and Terminator 2: 3-D is
definitely worth the wait. 'Twister' will definitely put the wind up
you and if you're a sucker for 'Lassie' head over to Animal Planet
Live. Men in Black Alien Attack is the newest addition - how it ends
depends on the amount of aliens you happen to ZAP! It's a very full
day and lots of fun.

Islands Of Adventure

Park number two is an all new them park definitely designed for the
21st Century. You'll experience some of the world's most advanced
ride and show technology on five exciting islands. Seuss Landing is
where you'll find Cat In The Hat, hurtle around the Last Continent
on 'Dueling Dragons' and a monster of a water ride in Jurassic Park.
Toon Lagoon is full of high spirited cartoon fun and Marvel Super
Hero Island is where you'll find Spider-Man (the best ride of it's
kind in the world) and the Incredible Hulk Coaster with it's cheek
chattering inverted turns and loops.

City Walk

This is Universals nighttime entertainment complex where you might
grab a top notch dinner at Emerils, a cocktail at Jimmy Buffet's
Margeritaville or dance the night away at The Groove. There's also a
20 cinema complex with stadium seating that serves wine and beer -
who cares if the film's not great! Look out for top name acts at Hard
Rock Live and check out the infectious beat of the Motown Café. You
have to walk through CityWalk to exit the two main theme parks so
maybe take a break from the crowds and stop for dinner or a drink at
the end of a very enjoyable day.

Sea World

This Orlando favorite draws visitors back time and time again year
after year. Grab a show schedule upon arrival and plan your assault
on the park. Touch and feed dolphin, pet some perfectly harmless
sting rays or get face to face with Shamu and family. If it a hot day
a front row seat at the whale show is a guaranteed way to cool off,
then dry your clothes in 60 seconds flat on the all new Kraken, a
roller coaster without a floor! Journey to Atlantis is part water
ride part roller coaster and Wild Artic also features a somewhat
bumpy ride en route to some very cool encounters.

Wet'n Wild

Orlando's original Beach Within Reach is very conveniently located on
International Drive right in the heart of 'Tourist-ville'. It's well
known for some great multi-person rides where the whole family or
group can splash around together. All ages are well catered for and
tiny tots have a very safe water playground where they can paddle and
slide in complete safety. 'Der Stuka' is quite a ride as is 'The Bomb
Bay' - the names say it all! If you aren't into a daredevil descent
then head over to the aptly named Lazy River the best place in town
to get a tan. The Surge is a great place for a family get together as
is the Bubba Tub and it's a lot more fun than riding on your own.

Bush Gardens

Located in Tampa and hours drive from Orlando, Busch Gardens is a 335
acre African themed park featuring cleverly designed animal
attractions, thrilling rides and live entertainment. Edge Of Africa
is a lot of fun or take an off-road adventure on Rhino Rally. The
park is best known for an incredible collection of roller coasters
like Montu, Kumba and the new dueling wooden roller coaster Gwazi.
The Tanganika Tidal Wave, is as the name suggests, a good way to cool
off but if that sounds a bit strenuous the park is owned by
Budweiser, so a free sample may be in order.

Kennedy Space Center

The home of America's space program, Kennedy Space Center features a
variety of exhibits, shows and tours which are both interesting and
informative. An hour away from Orlando its very family friendly and
whether you're of the Apollo generation or a Shuttle space cadet
there's plenty to enjoy. Don't miss the stunning Imax movie or the
Spaceport USA bus tour which gets you out to the observation gantry
overlooking the biggest rockets you're ever likely to see - if you're
not careful this could be the most fun you ever had in a science


The Gator Capital Of The World is home to over 5000 of Florida's
original residents. The park is very concerned with the conservation
of the Florida Alligator so fun shows like Jumparoo and Gator
Wrestling have an educational side to them as well. A lot of the
activity centers around a beautiful breeding marsh, which is also a
haven for hundreds of birds-any amateur ornithologists will have a
great time. Jungle Crocs Of The World features some more fearsome
imports and feeding time is not to be missed! Gatorland is a
reasonably priced and entertaining half day attraction that kids
particularly will enjoy.

Daytona Beach

For something completely different, the world famous Daytona Beach is
definitely worth the drive - literally! While surf may be a little
rough, you can actually enjoy this beach from the comfort of your
car, since it's one of the few beaches in the world on which you can
drive and park. Take I-4 east and drive for about 60 miles. Daytona
is approximately 1 ½ hours drive from Orlando.

Cocoa Beach

Located on Florida's Space Coast, (named after the Kennedy Space
Center). You'll find lots of amenities and a seemingly endless
stretch of sand. Cocoa Beach is approximately 1 hour drive from
Orlando. Head east on Bee Line Expressway (Hwy 528).

New Smyrna Beach

One of Orlando's closet beaches, New Smyrna features a historic
district, plus shops, marinas and restaurant. New Smyrna Beach is
about one hour from Orlando.

St. Petersburg & Clearwater

Florida's west coast beaches are where you want to be! Close to
everything, yet miles away. A beautiful peninsula located on
Florida's West coast, the area is bordered by the Gulf of Mexico to
the west and by Tampa Bay to the east. There is 35 miles of white-
sand beaches on some 20 barrier islands. Located just 30 minutes to
Busch Gardens in Tampa and 90 minutes to Walt Disney World Resort in



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