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captiivated

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http://www.royalfloridavacationrentals.com/florida/cape_coral/villa.html

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Villa Blue Dolphin would appear to be an excellent value at less than $200/night and 15 minutes to the river.  The boat is an optional extra...I would jump at it.

 .http://www.royalfloridavacationrentals.com/florida/cape_coral/villa/blue_dolphin.html
 http://www.royalfloridavacationrentals.com/florida/cape_coral/villa/blue_dolphin.html


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This also looks to be a great value.

http://www.royalfloridavacationrentals.com/florida/cape_coral/villa/empire.html
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Villa Bahama looks to have it all, 10 minutes to the river if a boater and just  $157/night with screened pool and spa along with 3 bed rooms and 3.5 bath rooms, that is a steal.

http://www.royalfloridavacationrentals.com/florida/cape_coral/villa/bahamas.html

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I believe a Villa rental is infinitely better than a Hotel or TS stay. When in Italy my wife and I always do a Villa and we have never been disappointed. Obviously, there is no amenity program which goes along with a villa rental.  However, if you like to eat out and want a wide selection of golf courses and privacy a villa rental may be for you.

If other Forum members know of villa rentals in SW Florida, Pine Island,  Fort Myers, Sanibel or Captiva please post them here. It does not have to be $200 +/-, any listing might be of interest to someone.
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Interesting alternative.  Great value if sunshine and some luxury is your objective,

http://www.royalfloridavacationrentals.com/florida/cape_coral/apartment.html
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OK captiivated, how about this for all of you beach lovers that want quiet and tranquility - rent a villa on North Captiva!

http://www.northcaptiva.net/homes4rent.htm

Bring your own food by boat or it's Barnacle Phil's for breakfast, lunch and dinner!
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captiivated

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Donny,

I think North Captiva is a great alternative and am trying to get details on Tequila Sunset.

Thanks
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DonFromSLC

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Here is the webpage for Tequila Sunset

http://www.vrbo.com/110104#ownerprofile
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captiivated

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Cool,

I may just do a week there.
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DonFromSLC

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When we were there this past Thanksgiving, we rented a boat at Jensen's for a day of fishing and then I took part of the crowd to Barnacle Phil's (the only place to eat on North Captiva) for lunch.  It was very crowed that day with boaters and it was hard to get served but the black beans and yellow rice was to die for and the fried grouper basket was perfectly greasy!  And the beer was cold!

BTW, here is a link to BP's webpage:

http://www.northcaptiva.net/IslandDining.htm
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Sounds great!
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captiivated

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Worth a look.
http://www.captiva-island.com/amrc/search.htm


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suziq45

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A SSC unit just came up for rent on redweek.com for $137 a night - week 21.
Must be a last minute rental. That's a bargain!
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We own two weeks at SSC, 20 and 21 two weeks each, and they are potentially the best on Captiva.  The weather has seldom  been disappointing in 25 years and the kids are in school. The amenities are also a big plus. The earlier months seem to be spotty with reference cold and or rain, and beginning in June you run hurricane risk through November. My lingering concern is trying to evacuate my family prior to a hurricane forecast. The one road going to the causeway has to be a nightmare under those conditions. Consequently, May is my favorite time of year.
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