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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Anaheim reviews

  • Great home for two adults five kids

    "Our family stayed here for five nights. It was a short walk to Disneyland and a great price. I would definitely stay here again."
    Guest: Michael r. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 16, 2015
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  • So close to Disneyland

    "We were lucky to get to stay at this property for a week. There were 4 adults and two children. We loved the fact that we were a ten minute walk to disneyland. The neighbors in this complex were very nice and accommodating. We would definitely stay here again"
    Guest: janemikehitch@aol.com H. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 3, 2015
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  • Excellent Family Value!!!

    "The pictures on VRBO do not even capture the beauty of this home! As soon as we walked in and went outside I had goose bumps! The property is gorgeous and provides tranquility to your stay! Myself, husband, mother and twin boys (4) comfortably stayed in this house. Everything you need is right at your finger tips. Tustin street has everything you need from Vons Grocery store, Starbucks, Nail Shops and Sprouts! Can't wait to come back for another stay in August! Carol the host was amazing and checked in with us as needed and was a call or text away to assure all our Q&A were taken care of!"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 6, 2015
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  • Way better then a Hotel, I am converted to renting homes now.

    "We stayed the week of March 9th thru 13th. This was the first time renting a house instead of staying at a hotel. I will never go back to a hotel. The house was in perfect walking distance to disneyland and had plenty of shops and other attractions not to far. It was nice to come back to the house and relax in the pool and not worry about bothering or being bothered by anyone else. The kids loved the game room and the pool. Hardly saw them when we came back to the house. Plenty of towels for all of the guests, and the house was really confordable. On our way home one of my sons asked if we could come back to the house for his birthday. I would recommend this house to all of my freinds and family. Thanks LaDonna for letting us stay."
    Guest: KC Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 23, 2015
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Anaheim Travel Tips

Anaheim was founded in 1895 by 50 German families and incorporated in 1970. Since then, it’s developed into a thrilling area most well-known for its theme parks, convention center and sandy beaches.

In the downtown area of Anaheim you’ll find its three historic districts, including Anaheim Colony. In this part of the city you can explore museums, sample the cuisine at various local dining establishments and enjoy wandering the various streets to take in the sights.

Things to Do in Anaheim

- Disneyland: You can’t plan a trip to Anaheim without including at least a day of fun at Disneyland, considered to be the “happiest place on earth.” This theme park was the only one to be designed and built by Walt Disney himself. Travel around the park on the famous Monorail and enjoy favorite attractions like the Haunted Mansion, Indiana Jones Adventure, Mickey’s House, Space Mountain, Splash Mountain and so many more. Throughout the park you can meet your favorite Disney characters, and if you’re not too tired after all the excitement, stay for the fireworks show.

- Angel Stadium: If you visit Anaheim during the season, taking in a baseball game at Angel Stadium, the home of the Los Angeles Angels and the fourth-oldest stadium in the U.S., is a must-do if you are a fan of America's pastime. Grab a tasty hot dog and make your way to your seat to watch the Angels take on the visiting team. Bring your mitt and if you’re lucky, maybe you’ll even catch a fly ball.

- Yorba Regional Park: Take advantage of southern California's wonderful climate and warm temperatures with a visit to Yorba Regional Park. Here you can enjoy nature on 140 acres. Pack a picnic lunch to enjoy at any of the 400 picnic table areas throughout the green space. Grab a fishing pole and head to one of the four lakes, take a bike ride of a hike or bring the kids and let them have a ball at any of the playgrounds.

- MUZEO: This Orange County museum is home to diverse exhibits that explore the area’s culture and heritage through the arts. MUZEO hosts three traveling exhibits each year, which are made more exciting with special programs, activities and events. MUZEO transforms the idea of visiting a museum with self-guided podcasts, WiFi access, interactive elements and interchangeable displays.

- Pirate’s Dinner Adventure: Dinner theater is a great way for the whole family to enjoy a meal and a show. Pirate’s Dinner Adventure dazzles with amazing special effects, aerial stunts and masterful swordplay. Watch two present-day explorers cross paths with pirates from the past for a fantastic adventure as you feast on a delicious four-course meal.

Shopping and Dining in Anaheim

- Center Street Promenade: The historic Center Street Promenade is a center of commerce in Anaheim. It features unique shops, inspired eateries and other services. For a bit of retail therapy or to pick up some souvenirs, peruse the shops, then refuel with a quick bite to eat.

- Old Towne Orange: If you love antiques, you’ll definitely want to check out Old Towne Orange for a treasure hunt. With more than 60 antique shops, there’s bound to be something amazing buried within. Old Towne Orange lets you step back in time with an old-fashioned town square feel and turn-of-the-century architecture. After all that digging, you’re bound to work up an appetite. Stop by the locally famous Watson’s Soda Fountain, established in 1899, for a quick meal. Bop your head to music from the 1950s while you enjoy the all-American cuisine, such as a hamburger and malt or float from the soda fountain.

- Downtown Fullerton: Just 10 minutes north of Anaheim you’ll find amazing vintage shops and boutiques in this eclectic shopping area. With 70 historic buildings surrounded by stores and dining establishments, downtown Fullerton gives off a cool indie vibe. If you’re around on a Thursday night, stop by one of the best nighttime farmers markets in SoCal for freshly grown vegetables, fruits and flowers. You’ll also be treated to live entertainment and face painting and pony rides for the kids. For dinner, check out Angelo’s and Vinci’s Ristorante for Italian fare, Cantina Lounge to enjoy Mexican dishes or Slidebar, a rock-n-roll themed restaurant and bar featuring nightly live music.

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