Need some help and advice :)

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  1. diddldonna

    diddldonna Disney crazy :)

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    My father-in-law wishs to surprise his wife next year by taking the whole family to disney. I feel he doesnt understand the price increase since 2007 when they come with us.

    He said about a villa or staying on site in sepetmber or october 2014 for 10 days, flying virgin or british airways from gatwick.

    There is sister-in-law, partner and 2 girls aged 6 and 4 next year. Mum-in-law and father-in-law, Me and hubby and daughter 16.

    Anyone know what the best option/price or way to do this.
     
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  3. MEK

    MEK DIS Veteran

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    I would try VRBO to rent a house. Vacation Rentals By Owners. Very easy to negotiate the website.
     
  4. RobynPrincess

    RobynPrincess Looking around

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    I agree, with that amount of people I would stay offsite in a villa, though one very close by ;) and have more than 1 car.
     
  5. Portugal1000

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    If you want to be closer to Disney than a villa, I would recommend Wyndham Bonnet Creek which is right next door to Caribbean Beach and Typhoon Lagoon. We have stayed there 4 times and will be staying again in July. They have 1 to 4 bedroom villas (suites) with huge living area. full kitchen, big bedrooms with en suite. Washer and Dryer. We stay in a 2 bed which sleeps 8, 3 bed sleeps 10 and 4 bed sleeps 12. We have paid between $100 and $130 a night depending on the time of year. Resort has 5 pools, 2 lazy rivers, restaurants, activities etc. Its great and I think an absolute bargain.
     
  6. orangetiggs

    orangetiggs Married my sweetheart in DISNEY!!!!!

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    Where do i look for bonnet creek? Looking at doing it cheap next yaer
     
  7. Portugal1000

    Portugal1000 DIS Veteran

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    Theres lots of places to book Bonnet Creek, definitely don't do it direct as very expensive. There are several threads dedicated to Bonnet Creek on the Orlando Hotel board.
    I always book with Ken Price at www.vacationupgrades.com who I highly recommend. It really is a great place. I am amazed that there are never any English people there. We love staying at SSR but I love this resort more, and the rooms are so much bigger. Just too expensive to stay in a 2 bed at SSR. Also like BC because all the pools are much closer together.
     

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