Thanks for choosing to stay at Chillax Inn. We are so glad you have decided to book with us, and we want to make sure your stay is worthy of a 5-star review. We love it here and hope you will too. Below is some information about the house in case you have any questions.
7737 Teascone Blvd.
Windsor Island Resort
Brent & Michelle Ogden
Sovereign Vacation Villas - Property Management Company
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We have a few rules which we’d like to let you know about. I know rules are boring, but we’d really appreciate if you could have a quick read.
#1 - Please leave the house just like you found it - The cleaning crew is there to wipe down and sanitize the home. Please clean up any dishes you use or messes you make.
#2 –Trash - There is a small bench dumpster outside the front door. Please put your trash in here every day. All garbage must be in a garbage bag and is picked up daily. Any garbage not fitting in the bench can be taken to the community dumpster. It is located behind the playground near Teascone Blvd and Dinville St. If trash is left sitting outside the bench, the pesky critters get into it.
#3 - Check Out is 10am - Our cleaners arrive shortly after 10am to clean the property. We can’t stop her; she is a cleaning machine. If you are still there when she arrives, there may be additional charges if she has to leave and come back later.
#4 – Lights - Please turn off all lights when you leave each day, and upon check out.
#5 – Food and Drink - Please no food or drinks on any carpet
#6 – Pool Area - Please use plastic dinnerware when using the patio area. NO glass or breakable items!
#7– Doors and Windows - Please keep all doors and windows shut. The air conditioner can’t keep up against the Florida heat when the doors and windows are open.
#8 – NO Smoking - If you must smoke, please smoke outside and dispose of your butts to keep the place clean and sanitary.
#9 – NO Pets - Some guests are very allergic. We don’t want your pet or your deposit.
#10 – Please do not move furniture or mattresses. Leave the furniture in place.
#11 - Please no shoes on any carpeted areas
#12 - NO trailers, RV's or boats are allowed in the resort.
#13 - The homes occupancy is 12 guests. No more than 12 guests are allowed to stay in the home.
#14 - NO parties - Please be considerate of the home and the neighbors. Keep music and noise to a respectful level.
Our home is a self-serve home. We provide a start of toilet paper, dish soap, laundry soap, paper towels and garbage bags. This will get you started on your stay. Anything additional or extra you need, you must provide. This allows us to keep the price of our home affordable.
Any drivers in your party must have a pass to be used for entry in and out of Windsor Hills. Security is tight so please keep that pass with you when coming and going. Entry goes much smoother when using the pass. A valid Driver’s License is also required.
The entry code for the home will be sent to you 2 days before arrival. Please keep the code where you can find it so you can come and go easily. The door code will work from 4pm on arrival day until 10am on check out morning.
From the outside, press the Home logo and enter code.
From the inside, turn the thumb turn to lock or unlock.
From the outside, press the Home logo.
From the inside, turn the thumb turn to lock or unlock.
Always check the door when leaving to make sure it is locked.
Only 3 cars are allowed to park in the driveway. There is no parking allowed on the street. If you have more than 3 cars in your party, they must be parked in the overflow lot.
Free Wi-Fi is included in your stay.
Network Name: 7737 Teascone
Password: De@th $t@r
We have basic cooking utensils and equipment that you are free to use, but you must clean up prior to checking out. Our coffee pot is a Keurig that brews and individual cup or an entire pot.
Laundry is available for your use. Detergent and fabric softener are not provided.
Iron and ironing board can be found in the garage.
Pack and play and highchair are also available for you to use. They are located in the garage.
Hairdryers are available in the king bathrooms.
Towels are provided for bathing and swimming.
To help you enjoy your stay, we have provided you with some board games, feel free to use them but make sure to put all the pieces back in the box when you’re done so nothing gets mixed up or lost.
Televisions are provided in the family room and in all bedrooms. Please do not unplug cords. If you log in to your Netflix, Hulu, Prime or any other accounts, please remember to log out when you leave.
Quiet time is 10pm to 6am.Please keep the noise level down when using the pool during these hours.
The pool is $30 a day for heat. Heat is recommended from October to March. It usually takes about 24 hours to heat once it is turned on. If heat is purchased, it will run through the day but must be off for resort quiet time. There is a night light for the pool. It is behind the patio door curtain.
All the amenities of Windsor Hills resort are available for you to use free of charge. Wrist bands are required prior to entry at the waterpark and pool. A maximum of 12 bands are allowed for your stay. Wrist bands can be picked up at the Welcome Center. Please check out www.welcometowindsorhills.com for hours and more information. Below is a list of the available amenities at Windsor Hills:
If you don’t have your sporting equipment the Welcome Center has some available for guests to use.
Charcoal grills are also available for guests to use. They are located in the park. Guests are required to provide their own charcoal.
Market Grill Menu is available at www.welcometowindsorhills.com/menus
The phone number is (407) 451-3156.You can call or text your order.
I always order the food and supplies we will need on our trip and have them delivered. That way I am not taking valuable vacation time grocery shopping. You can order online and choose the best delivery time that works for you. If you decide to go to the store, Walmart is the closest but the busiest. I always go to Target or Publix because I hate the large crowds and waiting at Walmart.
In case of emergency dial 911.