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
$700 - $875 per week 7 night min stay
$1,575 - $2,850 per month 28 night min stay
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Clipper Bay Verandas Vacation Rentals: Close to Everything
Clipper Bay Verandas vacation rentals is a quaint condominium community located between the Cape Coral bridge and downtown Cape Coral; it's considered a fun vacation hot spot!
A Feeling of Seclusion
Clipper Bay Verandas condos offers a secluded and private feel – only two buildings and 16 units per building, you will feel comfortable. The views from the units are unmatched; each condo has features that make it unique. The units are spacious: 2 to 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a comfortable living area, wireless internet and a washer/dryer. Each unit can also sleep 2 to 8 people! The master bedrooms have king-sized beds and a flat screen televisions with cable; the guest room(s) has either twin or queen beds. The living room includes: a flat screen television, sleeper sofa, comfortable couches and chairs – plenty of space for relaxing with friends or hosting a movie night! The kitchen is also fully equipped to prepare restaurant-quality meals. The complex also has a heated swimming pool with plenty of seating on the deck. Cape Coral beach rentals have everything you'll need for a comfortable and relaxing stay!
See the Florida Outdoors
Cape Coral also has plenty of activities for any traveler. The complex is located near downtown Cape Coral, so access to the city is easy. For guests who want to explore the outdoors, there are two bike shops, Paradise Bicycles and Cape Coral Bicycles, where bicycles (and helmets) can be rented. The bike staff at either place is friendly and willing to help with bicycling or trail questions. There are also hiking trails nearby: Four Mile Ecological Park (easy), St. Jude Trail on Pine Island (easy), and Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve Loop (easy). Hikers can get a taste of the Florida wildlife and see the beautiful mangroves in their natural habitat – they grow in salt water!