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Villa Dream Beach

Traumvilla 4 Minuten vom Strand

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AC Living Area
Bed Rooms
Bath Rooms
Garage
Pool
Jacuzzi
Pool Heater
1,950 sf.
3
2
2 Car
Yes
-
Solar

Gulf Access
Water Front
Boat Deck
Outside Grill
-
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-
Gas

Rates

max. Persons
End Cleaning incl. Grill
Security Deposit
Baby Bed
High Chair
6
$ 190.-
$ 350.-
$ 7.50
$ 5.50
Date
up to 6 People
each other person
01.May to 14.Dec.
$ 210.-
$ -
15.Dec. to 30. Apr.
$ 250.-
$ -

Optional Service

In Between Cleaning
$ 25,-- per hour
Concierge Service
$ 30,-- per hour
Limo Service
$ 75,-- per hour

Payments

1. 20 % down payment within 5 days after contract is signed by both parties
2. Security deposit 4 weeks before arrival
3. Final Payment 60 days before arrival
4. Security deposit returned 1 week after departure if there is no damage to the rental property

Our prices include water, local phone calls, internet and TV.

All prices plus 6.5% Sales Tax and 5% Tourist Tax !

Fort Myers Beach Registration # 20-0326

For electricity we charge $ 0.12 / KW.
alle Preise plus 6.5% Mehrwertsteuer und 5% Touristik Steuer
Beschreibung :

Ein Strandurlaub, ganz speziell in Fort Myers Beach, hat seine Reize. Am Strand Beach Volley Ball spielen, Sandburgen bauen oder einfach nur faulenzen und nach einem Sonnenbad in den erfrischenden Golf von Mexico springen, traumhaft!

Nur wenige Meter vom weissen Strand entfernt ist Die Villa Dream Beach. Sollten Sie einmal den Tag nicht an der Beach verbringen wollen können Sie in vollen Zügen das Haus mit all seinen Möglichkeiten genießen, ein Sonnenbad auf der Poolterrasse, schwimmen im Pool oder ein zünftiges Barbecue mit einem guten Steak vom Grill.

Die Wohn- und Schlafräume sind wie meistens in Fort Myers Beach im oberen Bereich des Hauses über den Garagen und der Cabana untergebracht. Vom Wohnzimmer aus erreichen Sie über eine Innentreppe die zur Cabana führt die Poolterrasse. Ein schönes Esszimmer bietet Platz für ein gemeinsames Abendessen mit der Familie und Freunden. Die Küche und der Hauswirtschaftsraum sind komfortabel und komplett ausgestattet. Die poolseitig ausgerichteten Gästezimmer verfügen über ein gemeinsam zu nutzendes Bad. Das Hauptschlafzimmer, ausgerichtet zum vorderen Garten und der überdachten Terrasse hat ein großzügiges Bad und begehbare Kleiderschränke. Die große Terrasse lädt zum Frühstück ein bei der wohlig wärmenden Morgensonne.

Die Strandnahe Lage und die kurzen Wege zu den nahegelegenen Restaurants und Einkaufsmöglichkeiten verleitet dazu das Auto in der Garage zu lassen oder wirklich nur selten zu nutzen. Sollten Sie dennoch einmal das Bedürfnis haben mit dem Auto das Umfeld zu erkunden sind Sie schnell auf der I 75 um die Everglads, Miami, Sarasota oder andere schöne Ziele zu erkunden. Über die nahegelegene 41 sind Sie schnell in Bonita, Naples oder Fort Myers Downtown nur um einige wenige Ziele zu nennen. Fort Myers Beach Down Town erreichen Sie mit einem 20 minütigen Spaziergang direkt am Strand und können hier viele kleine Geschäfte, Restaurants oder Bars besuchen. Für Golfspieler bieteten sich auf zahlreichen Plätzen in der Umgebung gute Gelegenheiten. Sollten Sie einmal mit dem Boot den Golf von Mexico erkunden wollen können Sie in der „Fish Tail Marina“ ein Boot mit und ohne Kapitän mieten.

Sie werden es erleben, ein Urlaub in der Villa Dream Beach kann mehr sein als nur ein Strandurlaub.

Top   Ausstattung :

King Size Bed
1
TV
1
Queen Size Bed
1
Stereosystem
yes
Twin Size Bed
2
CD Player
yes
Sleeper Sofa
-
DVD Player
yes
Telephone
2
Refrigerator with ice maker
yes
Computer
-
Dishwasher
yes
W-LAN, High Speed Internet
yes
Oven and Stove top
yes
Cable TV
yes
Microwave
yes
Dish TV
-
Coffee Maker and Toaster
yes
Washer and Dryer
yes
Patio and Pool Area
Patio Furniture
10

Lounge chairs

4

more extras:

 

Top    Lage :

Fort Myers, Southwest Florida International Airport
40 Minutes
Miami Airport
3 Hours
Fort Lauderdale International Airport
2.5 Hours
Tampa Airport
3 Hours
Orlando International Airport
3.5 Hours
Cape Coral Down Town, BMI Office
30 Minutes
Fort Myers Down Town
20 Minutes
Next Hospital
15 Minutes
Cape Coral Beach
30 Minutes
Fort Myers Beach
3 Minutes
Sanibel & Captiva Beaches
30 to 60 Minutes
Next Marina
5 Minutes
Next Tennis Court
10 Minutes
Next Golf Course
10 Minutes
Next Pool
10 Feet or 3 Meters

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Die Stadt :

WELCOME TO THE WORLD´S SAFEST BEACH The Chamber of Commerce of Fort Myers Beach invites you to visit our family island. Over 1.8 million annual visitors enjoy the beaches, fishing, shopping, dinning, golf, tennis and entertainment on the sandy shores. The Beach gained a reputation as the World´s Safest Beach because of no undertow and shallow water. People can walk the entire 7-mile length of the island along its sandy shores. HISTORICAL NOTES Estero and San Carlos Islands Turn the hourglass and watch the sands of time trickle back to the past of Fort Myers Beach. Return to the time when pirates buried treasure, Spaniards built forts, Indians hunted on the Beach, homesteaders staked their claims, shrimpers netted pink gold, a hurricane severed a land connection and mosquito hordes clouded the air. The last homesteader staked his claim in Estero Island in 1914. Leroy Lemoreaux cleared his land and survived by growing vegetables and fishing. Lemoreaux remembered bears stalking the island and panthers howling in the night. In the 1890´s, the only weapon they had against the hordes of mosquitoes was smoke. Those were the days before bridge linked the island to the mainland of Fort Myers area. A wooden swing toll bridge was the first bridge built in 1921. The toll was 50 cents for five people. The 1926 hurricane washed it away and severed the slim neck of land attaching San Carlos to the mainland making it and island. Today, it´s still called Hurricane Pass. In the 1870´s, pirates plied their trade along the shores. That´s how Black Island, south of Estero, got its name. After a defeat by the U.S. Navy, Black Augustus took his loot and settled on the island. The family of John Butterfield squatted on Mound Key in Estero Bay during that time and provisioned the aging pirate with sugar, coffee, grits and other luxuries in exchange for vegetables. When the pirate died, he showed the family where to dig up his booty. Perhaps more treasure is hidden along the shores. Rumors persist that pirates used to sink long boats laden with treasure to later recover. And Pirates weren´t the only sailors frequenting the island´s waters. Juan Ponce de Leon may have sailed waters around Estero Island about 1513. Hernando de Soto may have also dropped anchor in front of Estero Island in 1539. Relics of skulls and other artifacts found on Mound Key suggest that Spanish conquistadors may have passed through the Beach and perhaps built a fort on the hill on Mound Key. But the aura of mystery surrounding Mound Key belongs to the first settlers, the Caloosa Indians. The Caloosa´s origins remain obscure but some scholars such as Rolfe F. Schell in his book, History of Fort Myers Beach suggest that Caloosas may have traveled by rafts from Mexico´s Yucatan Peninsula. Caloosa artifacts displayed in a Fort Walton museum would be claimed as early Mayan if displayed in Mexico, Schell wrote. There´s little doubt of what caused their demise. Diseases such as measles brought by European explorers probably caused many of the Indian´s deaths. The Caloosa Indians kitchen middens, containing shards and edible shellfish remains, were found at the end of Connecticut Avenue on Estero Island. Since these early people cannot speak for themselves, their artifacts tell tales of their lives. Reverse the hourglass and return to our times. Today, the Beach´s tourist industry flourishes. Thousands of people come to dine on "pink gold" shrimp and celebrate the industry and the blessing of the fleet with a week long Shrimp Festival, usually held in March. ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS The Beach hosts an annual Sand sculpting Contest in November and the Shrimp Festival in March draws thousands to the Blessing of the Shrimp Fleet. A 5-K run precedes the event. A July 4 Fireworks Display and Old Fashioned Family Day sparks the annual Independence Day Festival. Golf tournaments, Taste of the Beach, Annual New Year´s Eve Celebrations, Offshore Powerboat Races and other sporting events liven life on the Beach. Santa rides his boat along the Shoreline in the Christmas Holiday Boat Parade. A Christmas light decoration contest for homes, businesses and boats is included in the festivities. Facilities that provide entertainment for the whole family include the Fort Myers Beach community pool (open to the public) and the Beach Movie Theater. PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS Lynn Hall Memorial Park provides bathhouses and parking for beachgoers and people fishing from the 600 foot fishing pier. Balls bounce around the basketball, tennis and volleyball courts at Bay Oaks Recreation Center. Lover´s Key State Recreation Area shelling rivals the neighboring island of Sanibel. Trams ferry visitors over Oyster Bay to Lover´s Key Barrier Island. Visitors can rent kayaks and canoes and tale boat tours of the area. Picnic areas and barbecue grills are conveniently located along the Lover´s Key beaches. The natural environment of the 16- acre Bowditch Point Park at the tip of Estero Island nourishes nature walkers and picnickers. The Matanzas Pass Wildlife Preserve, featuring an historical restored cottage, nurtures 42 acres of wilderness and provides sanctuary for native plants and animals. Boardwalks and bridges over trails allow visitors access to a pavilion along Estero Back Bay where birds such as ospreys and pelicans fish. People in fishing boats also cast their line in search of supper.

SOUTHWEST FLORIDA CLIMATE

Average Southwest Florida High and Low Temperatures and Gulf Temperature by the month:

MONTH HIGH LOW GULF TEMP
Jan 74 53 66
Feb 75 53 66
Mar 80 58 71
Apr 85 62 77
May 89 67 82
Jun 90 72 86
Jul 91 74 87
Aug 91 74 87
Sep 90 74 86
Oct 85 68 81
Nov 80 60 73
Dec 76 54 68

Our pools will be heated from the 15th of December to the 30th of April. If you would like to have the pool heated before or after the heating period we have to charge $ 5.- per day plus tax

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