Disney Vacation Home Rentals

Disney vacation home rentals can be ideal for families or any other group that might need extra space when it comes to accommodations. They can also serve the needs of regional visitors that simply want lodging with a home-away-from-home appeal. Secure a vacation rental property near Disneyland, and you'll most likely have a full kitchen and private laundry facilities at your disposal. Chances are also good that a home entertainment system will be in place, and depending on how much you are willing to spend, a private pool and a deck for entertaining might also be part of the picture.

Whether you are interested in renting a condo or staying in a larger home during your Disneyland vacation, plenty of excellent options are available. Disneyland can be found in the Anaheim resort area, and you can start there when trying to find something that suits your needs. A variety of home rentals can be found within walking distance of the Disneyland Resort. In fact, you can stay right across the street if you please. Many of the rental homes in Anaheim offer multiple bedrooms and baths, not to mention cozy furnishings and a welcoming decor. In addition to stand alone houses, the Anaheim vacation rentals include spacious townhomes, many of which offer access to a swimming pool. Large and modern condos also figure among the options, and they feature many of same amenities as the vacation homes.

Finding a home or condo in Anaheim isn't the only option when it comes to Disneyland vacation rentals. The surrounding Orange County area is full of tempting rental properties, and you can expand your search into nearby Los Angeles County if don't mind being a little more removed. There are certainly plenty of enticing Los Angeles vacation rentals to choose from. Maybe a condo in Manhattan Beach will prove too tempting to pass up, or maybe you want to stay close to the sand in Huntington Beach. In Orange County, rental properties can be found in any number of locations, including Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, and Dana Point.

Getting a car rental can be a good idea when staying at a vacation rental property that is not within walking distance of Disneyland. Parking is available at the Downtown Disney District, and you can also park near the theme park entrances. If you prefer leaving your vehicle at the rental property, arranging an affordable shuttle ride or relying on the Anaheim public transportation network are also options in terms of Disneyland transportation. Once at the resort, you won't need a vehicle for getting around, especially since the main attractions are within walking of each other.

If you have your heart set on staying at the Disneyland Resort and you also want to enjoy a home away from home lodging experience, you can always try to secure one of the spacious and well-equipped villas at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel. This upscale resort hotel also offers excellent rooms and suites, though the villas are the most alluring accommodations. Guests who book a villa at the Grand Californian have a fully equipped kitchen at their disposal, and the private laundry facilities can prove to be very convenient. It is possible to rent a studio villa that sleeps up to four at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel. You can also secure a one-, two-, or three-bedroom villa. The three-bedroom units can sleep up to twelve comfortably.

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