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11 Vacation Homes That Will Make Kids Yell, "HOLY SHIT!" And Then Get Grounded

Make your next family vacation beyond extraordinary.

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There are five separate living quarters, which is perfect for big families. AND...the island comes with a staff including a full-time chef and concierge to arrange outings!

What it costs: It rents for $1,643 per night, but since it sleeps 14 people, you could enjoy the island life for a more manageable $117 per night a person.

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This home is adjacent to Costa Verde Hotel, so you have access to four restaurants, a pool bar, housekeeping, and concierge/tour services.

What it costs: $296 per night (which isn’t a bad deal at all when you consider it sleeps six). Basically, cheapest airfare ever!

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The bedrooms — there are seven of them, btw — will take you back in time. Also of note: The firehouse is located next to the world-famous French Quarter, and is within walking distance of great eateries and tourist attractions.

What it costs: $1,063 per night, but that becomes a lot more affordable when you consider it sleeps up to 14 people. Extended family trip location?

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Located near Orlando, Florida, this 8,200 square foot estate was called "...more magical than Walt Disney World itself," by Travel & Leisure Magazine.

In addition to sweets-themed miniature golf, the grounds feature a human Candyland board, sports courts, outdoor movie theater, and more.

Check out this arcade-quality game room! There's also a karaoke night club with disco lighting, laser tag, a sauna, and an indoor carnival games booth!

What it costs: $1,070 per night. And since it can sleep up to 52 people, you could theoretically enjoy this sweet pad for less than $20 per person each night!

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And like they say on infomercials…BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE! Like an actual “lazy river,” wildlife to see, trails for biking and hiking, and more.

What it costs: $1,483 per night, but since it sleeps up to 35 people, it can make a reasonably priced location for a large family's reunion.

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The houseboat has a large living space and dining area (which makes it great for large families), plus central heating and air conditioning.

Located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, the home isn't big — just 200 square feet — but every inch of it has been lovingly filled with train-related books, DVDs, and decorations.

The view from the deck is a keeper too even if the kids will be too busy playing miniature golf to notice.

There are even three carousels — plus a whole bunch of other stuff kids would drool over!

What it costs: $2,085 per night; sleeps up to 12 a night. Not exactly cheap, but very cool.

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