Fixed dollar rates from Cotswold House to tempt US visitors

Cotswold HouseWhy sweat the currency markets for your spring getaway when you can rest assured – and in inevitable comfort –  at Cotswold House in Chipping Campden? For real savings amid the dollar’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 ‘Fixed-Dollar Rates’ to assure UK-bound American travellers 20% savings on guest rooms and suites. Rates at Cotswold House start at $425 per night for Queen rooms and $1,250 per night for the Grammar School Suite for a two-night stay, based on double occupancy and inclusive of full English breakfast and VAT.

Comments (2)

  1. Very unsual story, Paul. I went through quite a number of pages on their website and nowhere does this special offer appear.

    That’s a new marketing technique for me.

    All the best,


  2. Paul Johnson says:

    Hi Doug

    I guess they maybe don’t put all their offers on the site if that’s the case. That does seem a little strange from a marketing point of view, I must admit, but no doubt there’s a reason! I ran a quick search and it looks like they had a similar offer running last year:

    Call them on (011) 44-1-386-840 330 if you wish to verify it, and ask them about their ‘Fixed-Dollar Rates’ and they should be able to tell you more. The rates are apparently guaranteed until 31st December 2008.


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