What are the rental options when considering an Orlando area vacation rental?

When planning your trip to the Orlando area to see Disney World, Universal, the other parks and of course the nearby beaches, you will want to do some research on the extras you will want in your Orlando area vacation rental.

At OurFloridaConcierge, we provide lots of options to accommodate almost any need.  If you have small children we can rent strollers, high chairs and cribs.  If you are bringing your favorite grill master with you, we can rent you a state-of-the art gas grill.  And if you don’t want to bother with a shopping run the minute you get into town, we can stock the fridge and pantry with a welcome pack of food items.  If you need to store passports or other sensitive documents (or cash!) we can rent you a house safe with your own security code.

Charges for these add-ons vary.  High chairs are around $30 for your stay.  Cribs are around $60 due to the time to set them up and take them down.

Many of our owners keep some sort of grill around the house, but if you want to ensure stress free grilling on a well-maintained gas grill, we suggest a rental which runs about $50 for the week.

A safe rental usually runs about $20 for the week at an Orlando area vacation rental.  And a welcome pack is $50 which will provide a six person group with coffee, tea, milk, sugar, bread, butter or substitute, preserves, bottled water, soft drinks, orange juice and cookies.

Don’t forget pool heat in the winter at around $20 a day, and spa heat in the summer at around $10.

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Whatever options you choose, here is hoping that your Orlando area vacation rental exceeds your expectations in every way!

Where exactly are holiday rental villas in Orlando located?

When searching for holiday rental villas in Orlando you are probably seeing towns like Davenport, Kissimmee, and Clermont in the search results.  Perhaps you have never heard of these towns and are a bit confused.  Here is some help.
All of these places are South and West of Orlando proper, and in fact South and West of Disney as well.  These are the communities that have been approved to offer private Orlando vacation home rentals.
Part of the confusion is that these names don’t really refer to compact little towns, but really the counties that they are in.  You can spend a week in the area and never drive through Davenport, Kissimmee or Clermont proper, although your vacation rental home is listed as being located in one of these towns!
Kissimmee refers to vacation rental homes in Osceola county and closely borders the Disney property to the South and East.  It is only a sliver of land, though.  Directly south of that is Davenport, which really refers to holiday rental villas in Polk County.   West of the Disney property is Clermont, which is located in Lake county.
If you look closely at our interactive map, you will see the Polk/Ocsceola county line near route 27 and then again just above where 27 hits I-4.  If you look at the intersection of 27 and 192, you will see the Orange/Lake/Osceola/Polk border (referred to as Four Corners).  So, when you see Davenport, Kissimmee and Clermont, interpret that as Polk, Osceola and Lake county areas that are close to Disney!
Regardless of your choice of area, rest assured that all holiday rental villas in Orlando are close to Disney and the other attractions!  Happy hunting!