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Recent Central/Disney/Orlando Area reviews

  • Wonderful Stay!

    "My family stayed at this home for a 2 week stay at Disney. I loved dealing directly with the owner from time of booking and through our vacation. We were able to call her for great tips and even directions when we got in the park. It was great having more than enough room for all of my family and being able to sit outside on the patio to have coffee in the morning. The kitchen is beautiful and all appliances are new. Very clean and cozy. The kids loved the towels made into animals on the beds when we arrived. The home is very close to Animal Kingdom but not in the downtown noise, although you can listen to the fireworks while you are in the pool at night. Just sad that we had to leave."
    Guest: Marissa Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 2, 2014
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  • A villa for nature Lovers

    "As we are nature lovers and birders we enjoyed our stay very much. Today the environment is a closed very large golf course and the nature took it over again. So it was very relaxing just sitting near the pool and watching the baby squirrel playing in front of the house. A lot of different birds were passing by. We loved, just to take walks from the villa through the beautiful nature surrounding without having to drive somewere. The house is nice equipped. It was easy and nice to work with the owner. He send us all information and preparation we needed immediately and took care of everything. Near Haines City is Bok Tower Gardens, an english style garden, but with all the floridian plants. The Bok Tower was playing some classical music its bells. This is a nice and affordable spot (12$) for nature and music lovers."
    Guest: Eike F. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 16, 2015
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  • Fantastic house with a great location

    "The house was neat, clean and perfect. It was super close to Disney and Universal Studios. Very centrally located to restaurants and shopping too. The house had everything we needed for our vacation. We especially enjoyed the game room (pool table, my grandson is now a pool shark!) and the pool and patio. It was perfect with the 2 master suites and the 4 bathrooms, it made a week of togetherness easy! Overall - the house was great and I highly recommend it!"
    Guest: Doris Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 17, 2015
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  • Overall pleased

    "Our family of 16 visited Mickey's Mansion during spring break to celebrate our wedding anniversary and to visit Disney, where we honeymooned 40 years ago. We loved how big the house was and the fact that it was as the website pictures depicted. It was very clean and there were plenty of towels, which was wonderful because our 8 grandchildren pretty much lived in the pool when we weren't at Disney. Because there were no supplies on hand, having several burnt out light bulbs was a bit frustrating at times. It was nice having stores and restaurants nearby so we could purchase salt and pepper, trash bags, etc. We were thankful that we did not buy mega groceries before we arrived because the refrigerator could not have handled what we needed for a week with 16 people. It would have been nice to have had a Crockpot and grill on hand so that we could have come home to a quick dinner after long, tiring days at the parks. We loved walking the nature trail behind the house and there was definitely plenty to do in the area. Sadly, I waited several weeks before contacting the owner regarding the security deposit that he forgot to send out. Overall, we were satisfied and have recommended Mickey's Mansion to several families since our return home."
    Guest: The Johnston family Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: May 12, 2015
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Central/Disney/Orlando Area Travel Tips

Orlando is an idyllic vacation spot for both kids and those who are young at heart. As the mecca for all things Disney, there's a sense of magic here that is sure to bring out your inner child as you play and explore the city.

While images of theme parks galore may the the first thing that comes to mind, there's much more to this Florida city. While they are a big part of making Orlando a destination hotspot, there are also lovely tree-line neighborhoods to stroll through and plenty of history to learn about. Orlando also boasts a thriving performing arts scene so be sure to check out a live musical or theatrical performance during your stay. If the weather is nice, the city provides a variety of gardens and parks to enjoy where you can marvel at the beautiful flora and fauna as you dine on a picnic.

Many visitors head to Orlando between June and August, but it's great to visit year-round. If you live someplace that experiences all four seasons, trade in the dreary, cold days for ones filled with warmth and sunshine. It's lovely in the spring as well, when the flowers are in full bloom and the temperatures aren't climbing too high.

Orlando's Best Theme Parks

- Disney World: Orlando has become synonymous with Disney World - "the happiest place on earth." This is Walt Disney's flagship center of his worldwide theme park empire and the most popular on the globe. It's a magical place that all people no matter their age can enjoy as they experience the wonder, fantasy, excitement and fun of the park. Disney World itself is home to a variety of theme and water parks as well as shopping, entertainment, dining and more.

- Epcot: Travel all around the world without ever leaving Orlando at the Epcot Center. The World Showcase is reminiscent of a permanent world's fair containing 11 different countries including Mexico, China, Norway, Germany, Japan, Italy, America, Morocco, France, Canada and the United Kingdom. Epcot was the second park built at Disney World and spans 300 acres. Experience all sorts of unique cultures and heritages as you explore the park.

- Discovery Cove: If you've ever wanted to swim with dolphins, head to Discovery Cove, where you get the chance to interact with bottlenose dolphins swimming, doing tricks and playing. Afterward, grab some snorkeling equipment and check out the coral reef where you can see thousands of colorful tropical fish, then check out the stingrays and shark tank. The park also features a free-flight aviary with more than 250 tropical birds flying overhead that you can feed and interact with, such as parrots and toucans. The Grand Reef features a sandy white beach with palms lining an island where you'll find underwater grottos filled with moray eels, reef sharks and more tropical fish. Check out the Sea Venture, an underwater walk on the sea floor.

Things to Do in Orlando

- World of Orchids: If you have a green thumb or simply appreciate the beauty of nature, plan a trip to the World of Orchids. In an enclosed tropical rainforest you can see thousands of stunning blooms covering almost an acre. You'll feel as though you've been transported to the Amazon in this natural jungle-like setting featuring streams, waterfalls and even parrots. World of Orchids also boasts a 1,000 foot boardwalk by nearby wetlands.

- Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art: Art lovers and Tiffany enthusiasts will appreciate the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art. It's home to the largest collection from Louis Comfort Tiffany, including art glass, lamps, leaded-glass windows, pottery, jewelry, paintings and the chapel interior from the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. The museum also boasts a huge collection of American art, pottery and representative collections of late-nineteenth and early-twentieth century American graphics, decorative arts and paintings.

- The Orlando Museum of Art: Keeping with the art theme, make your way to the Orlando Museum of Art to see ongoing exhibitions and displays of American landscapes and portraits, ancient American works and American impressionist pieces. Throughout the year the museum presents 10 to 12 exhibitions and provides a variety of enrichment programs, gallery tours, lectures, classes and more.

- Mad Cow Theatre: Plan a fun night out at the Mad Cow Theatre, one of Orlando's professional theater companies presenting a variety of works for the stage, including contemporary plays and musicals. Performances like Sunday in the Park with George, Death of a Salesman, Hedda Gabler, Next to Normal, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Our Town, Cinderella and many more have graced the stage here. Enjoy a delicious meal at a local restaurant then head to the Mad Cow Theatre for a delightful evening filled with live entertainment.

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