PRICE DROP *June 2014* Florida, 14 Night Private Villa Holiday - £446.50pp = Price incls 5 Bedroomed Villa with Private Pool etc, Flights with 20kg Luggage each and inflight Meals, Car Hire @ Cosmos (Total Price for 10 People + ALL Extras
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PRICE DROP *June 2014* Florida, 14 Night Private Villa Holiday - £446.50pp = Price incls 5 Bedroomed Villa with Private Pool etc, Flights with 20kg Luggage each and inflight Meals, Car Hire @ Cosmos (Total Price for 10 People + ALL Extras

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Found 25th Mar 2014
updated 6th may 2014 due to price drop - now £446pp

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.

This price is based on the 5 Bedroomed property with private pool etc, it sleeps 12 but the pricing is based on 10 people with Flights, 20kg Luggage per person and Car hire with basic insurance package.

Flying from Manchester on 4th June 2014 returning on 18th June 2014.

I have tried to transfer over all the small print but please ensure you ready the package to ensure it suits you prior to booking.

Room info: note this offer includes te 5 bedroomed Villa:
• 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.

They seem to allow you to add on as many vehicles that are free however Please Note: Basic car hire is included (with minimum 3rd party insurance). If required, your chosen car MUST be added at the time of booking. We very strongly recommend that you upgrade to our Fully Inclusive or Gold package, so that you have more comprehensive insurance coverage in the event of an accident. There is a one-off non refundable "property protection plan" fee of $39. Please note that these properties require at least one person per villa to be aged 21 years or over.

Florida has long been known as America’s playground, and remains the perfect holiday destination for children and adults alike. From the theme parks to the fabulous beaches around its 1800 miles of coastline, Florida holidays really do have something for everyone.

Reasons to visit

With so many reasons why Florida makes such a great holiday destination, it would be impossible to list every one! Cost is an important factor. The British pound generally holds a pretty solid exchange rate against the US dollar, so there’s good value for money on top American brands while Stateside. The climate is another, and matches the picture perfect scenery. And with the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend fast approaching, you can take 3 days of annual leave and enjoy a 9 day holiday – the perfect excuse to book a last-minute trip across the pond!

Things to see and do

Florida offers plenty of sights and activities to keep visitors of all ages happy and entertained. The Hispanic and Latin-fuelled culture of Miami is certainly worth indulging in, along with a visit to its beaches and art-deco architecture. There’s also the ability to enjoy the incredible natural beauty of the area with trips into the Everglades, one of the most famous natural parks in the world. Animal enthusiasts can swim with dolphins at Discovery Cove, and golfers can take on one of the area’s many high-quality courses.

Kid’s attractions

Top of the list for children’s activities when on holiday in Florida are obviously the theme parks. If you’re travelling with children – or want to embrace your own inner child – there’s nothing like a visit to Disney World in Orlando. There’s also SeaWorld in Orlando, and Busch Gardens in Tampa Bay!

Weather

Florida is nicknamed the Sunshine State for good reason! It receives between 2,800 and 3,200 hours of sunshine annually, and is the warmest state in the US, with an average daily temperature of 21.5°C. Average high temperatures for late July are mostly between 32 and 34°C.

Recently our Florida Holidays were awarded 4 out of 5 stars by Ben our Destination Expert.

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Great deal, this is the only way to do Orlando IMO, a day trip to Clear Water Bay for the beach is also a must

Let's have a HUKD villa holiday! Who's coming with me?

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phillyboy

Let's have a HUKD villa holiday! Who's coming with me?



That very thought had crossed my mind... im in it will be like Big Brother lol ... who do you reckon would be out first? x

We're all going on a Villa Holiday, Where there's sunshine and the Disney Crew

Sycric

We're all going on a Villa Holiday, Where there's sunshine and the Disney … We're all going on a Villa Holiday, Where there's sunshine and the Disney Crew



If Sycric is going to start singing Cliff Richard songs we could have ourselves our first evictee.:D

SunshineStacey

That very thought had crossed my mind... im in it will be like Big … That very thought had crossed my mind... im in it will be like Big Brother lol ... who do you reckon would be out first? x


Although I'm not going if LoughboroGuy is lol X)

SunshineStacey

That very thought had crossed my mind... im in it will be like Big … That very thought had crossed my mind... im in it will be like Big Brother lol ... who do you reckon would be out first? x



Squillion.

oO

phillyboy

Although I'm not going if LoughboroGuy is lol X)



Especially if the place has a hot tub! oO

Just starting to look at orlando holidays for 2015....isn't it better to stay at the parks for the convenience? So you can get early entry etc? Maybe a 2-3 nights at each? Or does that work out real expensive? Did Euro disney a few years ago and stayed in a park hotel and it was great....wouldn't wanted to have travelled in every day. Maybe US disney is just too spread out to do this?

A lot of research to do me thinks!

hotyoda

Just starting to look at orlando holidays for 2015....isn't it better to … Just starting to look at orlando holidays for 2015....isn't it better to stay at the parks for the convenience? So you can get early entry etc? Maybe a 2-3 nights at each? Or does that work out real expensive? Did Euro disney a few years ago and stayed in a park hotel and it was great....wouldn't wanted to have travelled in every day. Maybe US disney is just too spread out to do this?A lot of research to do me thinks!



That depends on how much time you want to spend in the parks. There's a lot to be said for returning from a park to your own villa, grabbing an ice cold beer out of the fridge, going for a swim in your private pool and generally chilling out and recovering when you've spent the day tramping around in the red hot sun.

I also find that the general standard of hotels in and around the Disney area isn't particularly high whereas I've never had a bad villa (although I'm very careful when I book).

Start your research at The Dibb website - you can find 95% of what you need to know there. PM me if I can help with anything. I've lost count how many times I've been (I think it's about 16'-ish) and villa wins over hotel every time for me - it's also usually cheaper if there are more than four of you going.

Great holiday... and my flight there leaves this Saturday...8)!

me_lee

That depends on how much time you want to spend in the parks. There's a … That depends on how much time you want to spend in the parks. There's a lot to be said for returning from a park to your own villa, grabbing an ice cold beer out of the fridge, going for a swim in your private pool and generally chilling out and recovering when you've spent the day tramping around in the red hot sun.I also find that the general standard of hotels in and around the Disney area isn't particularly high whereas I've never had a bad villa (although I'm very careful when I book).Start your research at The Dibb website - you can find 95% of what you need to know there. PM me if I can help with anything. I've lost count how many times I've been (I think it's about 16'-ish) and villa wins over hotel every time for me - it's also usually cheaper if there are more than four of you going.Great holiday... and my flight there leaves this Saturday...8)!



Yes...that does sound appealing! Thanks for the advice and that website looks very useful.

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me_lee

That depends on how much time you want to spend in the parks. There's a … That depends on how much time you want to spend in the parks. There's a lot to be said for returning from a park to your own villa, grabbing an ice cold beer out of the fridge, going for a swim in your private pool and generally chilling out and recovering when you've spent the day tramping around in the red hot sun.I also find that the general standard of hotels in and around the Disney area isn't particularly high whereas I've never had a bad villa (although I'm very careful when I book).Start your research at The Dibb website - you can find 95% of what you need to know there. PM me if I can help with anything. I've lost count how many times I've been (I think it's about 16'-ish) and villa wins over hotel every time for me - it's also usually cheaper if there are more than four of you going.Great holiday... and my flight there leaves this Saturday...8)!



great Info there cheers melee xx

I agree with me_lee i have also gone many times stayed done the park, international drive and villa and the villa wins hands down for us. We are going again May 11th with Virging Atlantic which we booked 6 weeks ago. After a lot of research which we always do the best deal we got was on Travelsupermarket with holidaygenie best deal by a long way. Also some decent deals on tickets at the moment we got 6 park combo x 5 £960 for a few quid extra you can go through Attraction Tickets direct and get logoland for free which are about £45 each so paying £6/7 more for the combo with them gets you legoland, worth checking out if you have little ones which we dont.
Edited by: "lassy" 25th Mar 2014

Done Hotels and Villa's and prefer the latter. There's so much to see and do in Orlando/Kissimmee but you need a car - which imo negates the point of staying at an hotel.

Also we found that we saved a lot of cash staying in a villa as you can stock up on the essentials at Walmart (Beer, milk, cereals, bread, hotdogs, more beer etc.) and then eat out at local restaurants which are all well priced.

The problem with a lot of the hotels is that (without a car) youre sort of "stuck" there so you end up paying more for food and drink - with less choice as well.

JezJezJez

but you need a car



+1

Great Price.


Shame we can't go but good luck to those who can.



Voted HOT.

Hey do u have any holidays 1 or or 2 weeks. 2 adults. 2 kids from belfast. Thanks

We have only been once and stayed across the road from Universal in hotel. Great location for city walk, early access to parks and no car needed. Had a car for second week to do Disney, saving money on car hire and parking...not convinced about villa option e.g drink driving, more expense, further to parks, fees to heat pool, small pool and cannot swim in it, but appreciate the other aspects like more space.

ohmygod

We have only been once and stayed across the road from Universal in … We have only been once and stayed across the road from Universal in hotel. Great location for city walk, early access to parks and no car needed. Had a car for second week to do Disney, saving money on car hire and parking...not convinced about villa option e.g drink driving, more expense, further to parks, fees to heat pool, small pool and cannot swim in it, but appreciate the other aspects like more space.


Ok if your only doing universal but there is so much else to do, and i always have a drink after going to the parks as i suppose you do in your hotel so cant see your point, no fees to heat pool unless you go Jan, Feb or March as for more expensive i dont find that, Villas are just 15 minutes from Universal and right by Disney so exact oposite to your universal position. Plus you have to buy every meal out as hotels are 99% room only so you can save a bundle doing some home cooked food right buy the pool while relaxing in your trunks and having a beer with the people you want to be with So cant do that in hotel always have to dress and beg yhe kids to behave so swings and roundabouts i think. After experiencing it a little extra on the villa is well worth the freedom of being able to get around and the cars you can get for Just over £200 for the 2 weeks. It depend if you want freedom or rely on local transport as there are many many places to visit localy besides the main parks like Ripleys beleiev it or not, the upside down house dinner shows and many many more so only one choice for me. Villa every time

Shame this is not for OCTOBER 2014 - I'd bite their hand off.

ANDREW

Heat given. Cheers.

Hi all, these deals are amazing however the flight departures are always Manchester or Bournemouth. what's the best website to get these flights from Gatwick or Heathrow or stansted. thanks in advance

any thing for 2 adults an 2 kids aged 15 an 16 from glasgow

I think you mean the total for 10 people is £4,465 or £44,650 for 100 people
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