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
Longwood Travel Tips
Longwood Vacation Rentals in Florida
Just 15 miles north of downtown Orlando, Florida, Longwood is a pleasant suburban area perfect for anyone seeking a Florida vacation, whether that vacation is to get away from a cold northern winter or to get close to a warm Florida beach. Though the high-rise hotels and resorts in Florida are world-famous, many prefer to rent from private owners in places like Longwood because the hotels, resorts, and beaches associated with them tend to be so very crowded, and because renting from a private owner--particularly when it comes to Longwood vacation rentals--can get you service that is so much more personal and warm.
Longwood Vacation Homes are Cozy
Longwood vacation homes are just that--homes. You do not need to feel like a transient or just another person in another cold hotel room. Living in Longwood vacation rentals, you can feel like you are part of the community instead of someone just passing through.
The Orlando Area
Longwood is part of the greater Orlando area, which has long been a hotspot for tourists and vacationers. For those who enjoy theme parks, the Orlando area is home to three major theme parks: Walt Disney World, Sea World Orlando, and Holy Land Experience. These parks are all within driving distance of Longwood vacation homes. Live in Longwood vacation rentals, and you can enjoy all of the amenities of Orlando without having to deal with the problems of the more crowded areas of the big city.
Orlando Area Lake Homes
The Orlando area is situated between a group of large lakes, such as Lake Jesup, Lake Monroe, Lake Apopka, and Lake Tohopekaliga. You can easily stay in Longwood vacation rentals and visit any of these lakes. Or, if you have more of an affinity to saltwater and the opportunities that it affords, remember that Longwood and Orlando are not very far from the Florida coast.