|Per night||$80 - $140|
|Per week||$560 - $980|
ELECTRIC CHARGES APPLY: $0.14/KWH WITH $25.00/WEEK FREE ALLOWANCE.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL MONTHLY RATES ARE BASED ON 28 NIGHTS
Sea Star Property Management
The waterfront lifestyle of Cape Coral came to life in the late 1950s, when the Rosen brothers developed the area and created communities with hundreds of miles of canals, making the "Cape" as it is referred to by the locals a true waterfront paradise.
Cape Coral offers a variety of dining options and shopping opportunities. You will find most of them along Del Prado Blvd., Pine Island Road, and Cape Coral Pkwy.
Some of Cape Coral's kid-friendly attractions include Sunsplash Family Waterpark, Mike Greenwell's Family Fun Park, and the Eagle Skate Park. The nature lovers will enjoy the Four Mile Cove Ecological Preserve.
Fort Myers is also known as the "City of Palms" and offers a broad spectrum of attractions, whether ecological, cultural, or historical, the city has something for everyone. Many of the area's best shopping can be found here, from high-end outlet centers, boutiques, and outdoor malls, to antique stores, and flea markets. Some of Southwest Florida's most beautiful sunsets can be enjoyed at many of the restaurants and nightlife entertainment venues.
Some of the most popular attractions include the Henry Ford and Thomas Edison Winter Homes, Broadway Palm Dinner Theater, Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, as well as the popular Imaginarium Children's Museum.
Fort Myers Beach
Estero Island along with Fort Myers Beach have captured the imagination of visitors from all over the world. The beaches draw thousands of visitors from countries like Germany, United Kingdom, and France every year. The island is truly a recreational playground offering activities such as boating, jet-skiing, fishing, and more. The island has many family friendly resorts, vintage cottages with that well-known Old Florida charm. The local restaurants serve fresh seafood, straight out of the Gulf of Mexico. You do not want to miss Fort Myers Beach on your visit to Southwest Florida.
Sanibel & Captiva Island
The two barrier islands are world famous for the incredible variety of shells along their shores. The islands are famous for their natural ungroomed beaches, great restaurants, small museums and abundant native flora and fauna. When visiting the island set some time aside to visit some of the great attractions, such as the J.N. "Ding" Darlin National Wildlife Refuge, The Schoolhouse Theater, or one of the beautiful beaches, such as Bowman's Beach, Captiva Beach, Blind Pass Beach or one of the other great beaches.
|Dec 15 2015||Apr 12 2016||$140||$140||$980||$3,332||1 Week|
|Apr 21 2016||Dec 14 2016||$80||$80||$560||$1,900||1 Week|
|: 4 p.m. : 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 11%|
|Deposits: About 20% non refundable reservations deposit is needed and it will be applied against total amount dues. Final rental payments due on 30days before the Guests arrival and is completely non re-fundable on that point. Should 30days deadline falls on Saturdays, Sundays or the Holidays, final rentals payment will be charges at last business day before the 30days deadline.|
|Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, Visa|
|Other Fees: Advertised rates include adults 1-4 (and children under 12) Any additional adults (or children 12 and older): $10/night plus tax Cleaning: $110.00 Processing Fee & Damage Waiver: $85.00 Pet Fee: $50 plus tax Electric: $0.14/kwh with $25/week free allowance|
Reviews for this vacation home rental in Cape Coral, Florida
May 4, 2015
The property was great inside and out.The furnishings were lovely and the area was quiet.This was the nicest property week have ever rented . I hope to be able to rented this property again next year.
Marlene Roberts Fjelstad
Onancock, Va. USA
Average accomadations/beautiful pool
April 5, 2015
The unit was clean, comfortable and well stocked in both kitchen and linens. Two problems arose during our stay and it took all of 21/2 weeks to correct The first was that the phones did not work due to dead batteries. The management company was notified and it took 2 weeks for them to bring new phones during which time we replaced the batteries and have yet to be compensated. The next is that when I tried to use the washer after our first week the water poured out of the bottom flooding the pool deck. Then went to use the clothes dryer and it was stuffed full of clothes that were only partially dry so therefore they smelled of mildew. I dryed and removed them and let the management company know. It then took 2 weeks and several failed attemptsat fixing thre broken washing machine to finally get new units installed. I therefore had to use the local laundromat and incur that additional expense. I again was assured of reimbursement, which has not yet happened..
No response to inquiry
April 8, 2013
no one ever responded to my two email inquiries!..Very disappointed.