Orlando, Florida, Private Villa Holidays from £380pp @ Cosmos includes Flights with Luggage and inflight Meals, Car Hire, ATOL & Reps - 7 Ngihts in 5 & 6 Bedroomed Villas in Disney Area that sleep upto 10 people
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Orlando, Florida, Private Villa Holidays from £380pp @ Cosmos includes Flights with Luggage and inflight Meals, Car Hire, ATOL & Reps - 7 Ngihts in 5 & 6 Bedroomed Villas in Disney Area that sleep upto 10 people

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Found 26th Apr 2014
7 Night Holiday to Florida in a Private Villa in the Disney Area for a Large Group/Family.

Flying from Gatwick on 29th May 2014 returning on 6th June 2014.

10 Adults
Disney Area Standard Villas
Disney Area, Orlando 7 nights (Thu, 29-May-14 - Thu, 05-Jun-14)
Self Catering
5 Bedroom Villa. Sleeps from 2 to 10 Adults plus 2 Children.
London Gatwick to Sanford
Thu, 29-May-2014 Dep 10:00, Arr 14:50, Flight MON349 (Direct flight)
Sanford to London Gatwick
Thu, 05-Jun-2014 Dep 16:50, Arr 06:20, Flight MON348 (Direct flight)
Transfers not included - Optional car hire available

Relax with all the comforts of home in these spacious villas. These properties are located in established districts around the Disney area of Orlando. Each villa is set within well-kept gardens and has its own private swimming pool. The kitchen is well-equipped, making holiday catering quick and easy, local shops are nearby along with restaurants should you prefer to eat out.

Facilities

• 3 bedroom villa for up to 8 (max 6 adults/2 children): 2 double bedrooms, 1 twin bedroom & sofa bed or rollaway bed in the lounge suitable for 2 children up to 12 years • 4 bedroom villa for up to 10 (max 8 adults/2 children): as 3 bedroom villa described above but with an additional twin or double bedroom • 5 bedroom villa for up to 12 (max 10 adults/2 children): as 3 bedroom villa described above but with additional twin or double bedrooms • 6 bedroom villas for up to 14 (max 12 adults/2 children) are also available - as 3 bedroom villa described above but with additional twin or double bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • Cots (pre-payable at the time of booking) • Private swimming pool (pool can be heated on request - at a charge, payable locally) • Satellite or cable TV • Telephone • Washing machine • Dishwasher • Microwave • Coffee maker • Clothes dryer • Air-conditioning • A refundable deposit of approximately $500 is required at check-in. This amount is subject to change. Cash, travellers cheques and credit cards accepted. A one off $39 Property Protection Fee is also payable in resort.
Location

• Walt Disney World Resort: • 25 minutes drive approx. • Universal Orlando® Resort: 25 minutes drive approx. • SeaWorld® Orlando: • 25 minutes drive approx.

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Original Poster

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Anything for the week beginning Saturday 17may? Got the whole week off and need some sun. Loving your deals!!!

Be careful with free car hire they only include 3rd party insurance and they will make you pay a hell of a lot for full insurance when you go to pick it up. It's cheaper to just rent your own car beforehand from somewhere like usrentacar that includes full insurance than to pay the insurance on pickup.

devil_tez

Be careful with free car hire they only include 3rd party insurance and … Be careful with free car hire they only include 3rd party insurance and they will make you pay a hell of a lot for full insurance when you go to pick it up. It's cheaper to just rent your own car beforehand from somewhere like usrentacar that includes full insurance than to pay the insurance on pickup.



Or you can get the insurance from another company. You should be able to get the extra cover for under £40.

Stacey - Off topic here but a while ago you posted a deal about a place in the uk which was set in victorian times. Sweet shops, schools, museums etc. I can't for the life of me remember what it was called and I'd like to take our boy over summer.

dinglebin

Stacey - Off topic here but a while ago you posted a deal about a place … Stacey - Off topic here but a while ago you posted a deal about a place in the uk which was set in victorian times. Sweet shops, schools, museums etc. I can't for the life of me remember what it was called and I'd like to take our boy over summer.



Do you mean Beamish Museum?
Fabulous place.

Davjack

Do you mean Beamish Museum? Fabulous place.



No but that looks like a good day out too. Its annoying me now...

Misleading title to your post, as per.

dinglebin

Stacey - Off topic here but a while ago you posted a deal about a place … Stacey - Off topic here but a while ago you posted a deal about a place in the uk which was set in victorian times. Sweet shops, schools, museums etc. I can't for the life of me remember what it was called and I'd like to take our boy over summer.


Wasn't it Bliss Hill?
Edited by: "tilyymolly" 27th Apr 2014

tilyymolly

Wasn't it Bliss Hill?



Same place I think. Near Telford.

Original Poster

dinglebin

Stacey - Off topic here but a while ago you posted a deal about a place … Stacey - Off topic here but a while ago you posted a deal about a place in the uk which was set in victorian times. Sweet shops, schools, museums etc. I can't for the life of me remember what it was called and I'd like to take our boy over summer.



Yes, ironbridge, Blists Hill absolutely love it there I do

ironbridge.org.uk/our…wn/

SunshineStacey

Yes, ironbridge, Blists Hill absolutely love it there I do … Yes, ironbridge, Blists Hill absolutely love it there I do :)http://www.ironbridge.org.uk/our-attractions/blists-hill-victorian-town/


It is good. The annual pass is very good value for money. Especially if you use your clubcard points for the family ticket.

Edited by: "tilyymolly" 27th Apr 2014

Can anyone tell me what would best way to sort a visa? x

LadyM786

Can anyone tell me what would best way to sort a visa? x



To travel to the USA we have a Fast Track VISA System (ESTA) which is relatively simple, you need to apply atleast 72 hours before flying and it is valid for 2 year. I think it costs about $14.

ESTA DIRECT LINK

USEFUL GUIDE

If you have any questions just let me know

deallady

To travel to the USA we have a Fast Track VISA System (ESTA) which is … To travel to the USA we have a Fast Track VISA System (ESTA) which is relatively simple, you need to apply atleast 72 hours before flying and it is valid for 2 year. I think it costs about $14.ESTA DIRECT LINKUSEFUL GUIDEIf you have any questions just let me know



Thank you very very much

LadyM786

Thank you very very much



Have a read and ask me if you have any questions I know many people find the ESTA website a little weird lol

deallady

Have a read and ask me if you have any questions I know many people find … Have a read and ask me if you have any questions I know many people find the ESTA website a little weird lol



Ha I have a headache from reading it now. I will have a look at it properly tomorrow at work and let you know. Thanks again doll xxx

When would be best time to book for next may

stacey - what's the best deal you can get for me to get to the usa (preferably new york or florida) any time before September. 2 adults and 1 child (age 4). you're my only hope lol
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