Interested in a renting a private self-catering villa near the Gulf Coast in Florida? Look no further than the Florida Retreat Website - Homosassa
Interested in relaxing holiday in a self-catering villa in sunny Florida? In a quiet location away from the hustle and bustle, but not too far from the usual tourist areas that can be easily reached? Why not retreat to our relaxing luxury furnished rental villa in the community of Sugarmill Woods, Homosassa, Citrus County which is north of Tampa and close to the Gulf Coast?
The villa is situated on a woodland estate, with trees on each side and to the rear so privacy is always maintained. Relax in the comfort of a three bedroom villa, two bathrooms (one en-suite), private screened and heated pool, fully equipped kitchen, study/fourth bedroom, and large lounge area with HBO Cable television, DVD player, a large selection of DVDs and broadband internet.
The villa's location will provide a quiet and peaceful break and is only 30 minutes to the sandy beaches of the Gulf Coast, see link.
if you're interested in the attractions that Florida has to offer, Busch Gardens in Tampa is an hour's drive and the world famous DisneyWorld and Universal Studios can be reached within two hours. The local area has plenty of amenities needed for your vacation including a variety of restaurants and shops.
The villa has a master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet, two twin bedded rooms and a study/den (equipped with double sofa bed for use as a bedroom). This allows the villa to sleep six to eight people comfortably. This self-catering villa can be hired for two or more weeks; rates are £400/$650 per week, minimum 2 week rentals, and £1300/$2100 per month. This includes local and national telephone calls, broadband usage, all utility charges, pool heating, cleaning and state tourist taxes.
The self-catering villa is fully furnished, well equipped and has a very homely feeling which attracts seasonal tenants for long term rentals. This means that the villa often has limited availability between January and April each year.