|Per night||$150 - $170|
|Per week||$999 - $1,190|
The house offers 4 bedrooms ( 1 king, 1 queen, 2 twins and 2 twins ) 3 bath, livingroom with big screen TV, DVD and VCR player, office with high speed internet, fully equipped kitchen with granite counter tops, boat dock and sure a nice electric heated pool with waterfall. The house is decorated in a high quality standard. It has more than 2200 sq ft under air so just come and enjoy your vacation.
Boats a available for $ 650.00 per week.
Amenities: Phone, Air Conditioning, TV, Stereo, Full Kitchen, Microwave, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Ice Maker, Cooking Utensils provided, Linens provided, Washer, Dryer, Private Pool, only one site of the garage usable, Gas Grill (BBQ) High speed internet available
Activities (on site or nearby): Biking, Golf, Tennis, Fishing, Shopping, Restaurants, Swimming, Boating
Just 39 years young, Cape Coral is growing like a healthy adolescent. In 1957, the enterprising Rosen brothers purchased 7,000 swampy acres and transformed them into a livable place. Cape Coral was born! The city has grown up fast; now 85,000 year-round residents enjoy the moderate climate along the Southwest Florida Gulf Coast. The world's largest reverse-osmosis plant keeps Cape Corallites flush in potable water. That way they can enjoy picnics, swimming and other leisure activities in their well-developed city park system. The Caloosahatchee River runs through town. So does a 400 mile network of fresh and saltwater canals, which can complicate driving for newcomers. A prominent landmark is the Cape Coral Bridge, connecting the city to Fort Myers -- 15.9 million vehicles crossed over in 1994 alone.
Area flora and fauna includes "walking" mangrove trees, burrowing owls and the great manatee. Take care around those endangered walrus-like creatures, though, because "even luring one with lettuce can bring fines up to $20,000 and a year as a guest of the state."
You may look forward to your holidays in Florida and already start relaxing when packing your suitcase as you will need not more than a pair of shorts, tennis shoes, some T-shirts and of course your bathing shorts. Don't forget a big sun cap, your sun glasses and especially sun cream with protection factor 25. You are traveling to the "Sunshine State" and the nickname really fulfills all expectations. Florida lies on the same latitude as the big deserts in this world, the Sahara or the desert Gobi for example, but in contrary to those it presents a green excessive vegetation.
|Nov 01 2015||Apr 30 2016||$170||$170||$1,190||-||-|
|May 01 2016||Nov 01 2016||$150||$150||$999||-||-|
|: 3 p.m. : 10 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 11%|
|Deposits: 25% down payment|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check|
|Other Fees: $ 140 cleaning fee|
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Cape Coral, Florida
Great 4th of July
July 7, 2010
The house was great. We met up with friends and family for the 4th of July and this house was great. The pool was cold and because it was overcast it was hard to use but everything else was perfect.
July 28, 2008
a very nice property and would stay there again.
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Beautiful House Bel Air
March 6, 2008
These five Canadians were immensely happy with our accommodations in this lovely, modern, spacious house with its idyllic view of the length of one of Cape Coral's many canals lined with boats and swaying palm trees. The large pool, spa, hot tub and sunning deck by the canal were much appreciated and enjoyed. Good restaurants and shopping were abundant. We were most reluctant to leave this property which for nine days afforded us a view of Florida community living not experienced by any of us on previous visits to the state.
We had a wonderful time on our vacation last week at the House Barbara. The house met our needs perfectly. Thanks for ordering up such beautiful
weather. We hope to do this again with our family.