February 21, 2008 (The Cotswolds) â€“ Why sweat the currency markets for your spring getaway when you can rest assured â€“ and in inevitable comfort â€“ at Cotswold House in Chipping Campden? For real savings amid the dollarâ€™s ongoing swoon, think out-of-the-box and into the countryside. The stylish Cotswold House in Chipping Campden, England, recently announced its latest round of â€œFixed-Dollar Ratesâ€ to assure U.K.-bound American travelers 20% savings on guest rooms and suites.
Fixed-Dollar Rates at Cotswold House start at $425 per night for Queen rooms and $1250 per night for the Grammar School Suite for a two-night stay. All rates are based on double occupancy inclusive of full English breakfast and VAT; rates guaranteed in U.S. dollars Sunday â€“ Thursday until December 31, 2008.
Style in the Countryside
Located on a 17th-century market square in Chipping Campden, Cotswold House is a glorious Regency Townhouse hotel in the heart of the Cotswolds. From the outside Cotswold House blends beautifully with its historic surroundings but inside guests are comforted by many modern amenities, service and design. This hidden gem in the English countryside has 30 artfully and individually designed guest rooms and suites superbly outfitted with the finest amenities.
Set your sights on the Cotswolds
Just 90 minutes outside of London rest the rolling hills of The Cotswolds. Chipping Campden features striking architecture, a variety of diversions, access to recreational pursuits and a history dating from the 14th century. Cotswold House enjoys easy proximity to museums, cultural institutions and private gardens throughout the Cotswolds. Only a short distance from Cotswold House, guests can explore the wealth of historic houses and gardens such as Blenheim Palace (stunning Vanborough building and the seat of the Dukes of Marlborough), Sudeley Castle (former home of Henry VIIâ€™s Queen, Katherine Parr) and Warwick Castle (featuring a haunted tower and dungeons). Travelers are sure to want to visit nearby Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, and experience the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
The county of Gloucestershire alone has more than 3,300 miles of footpaths, bridleways and byways for lovely country walking. Cotswold House offers complimentary, in-room trail maps highlighting the sights and scenes of the surrounding Cotswold countryside.
For more information or to reserve your Fixed-Dollar Rates, please contact Cotswold House at (011) 44-1-386-840 330, www.cotswoldhouse.com.