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Easter Weekend in the Cotswolds.

Good Friday 10th April to Easter Monday 13th April 2009. Enjoy a three, two or one night stay with Cotswold Inns and Hotel on one of our special Easter Weekend packages.

3-Night Special Offers

The Bear of Rodborough Hotel, Stroud
Happy Easter ! 3 for 2
For the Easter weekend The Bear of Rodborough Hotel is offering a special three night's for the price of two package. Enjoy a two night stay including dinner, bed and full English breakfast and receive the 3rd night FREE including full English breakfast.

2-Nights Stay

The Broadway Hotel, Broadway
A Perfect Easter Weekend Break
Spoil yourself this Easter with a relaxing weekend break at The Broadway Hotel, in the Cotswolds! From £170 per person for a minimum two night stay inclusive of dinner, bed and full English breakfast. Or make the most of the Easter break and add a third night for £99 per room bed and breakfast.

The Swan Hotel, Bibury
Easter Savings at The Swan Hotel. Enjoy the Easter weekend at the enchanting Swan Hotel. A special two night package, inclusive of accommodation, full English breakfast and three course candlelit dinner in our award winning Gallery restaurant. Starting from £235.00 per person per stay.

The Lamb Inn, Burford
Enjoy a two night stay over the Easter Weekend. Only one superior twin room available - call us now on 01993 823 155 to book.

The Manor House Hotel, Moreton-in-Marsh
Savour a two-night stay at the Manor House Hotel and indulge in a whole spectrum of extra delights. You will be offered complimentary morning coffee and complimentary cream teas. There will be a menu upgrade in our two Red Rosette Mulberry Restaurant and on your arrival you will find in your room a complimentary half-bottle of Moët & Chandon Champagne. This special offer is for a two-night break at £200 per room per night. A £40 supplement will be added for Saturday night bookings.

1-Night Stay

The Bay Tree Hotel, Burford
From £90.00per person
Stay at The Bay Tree Hotel over the Easter weekend and enjoy a welcome pot of tea and hot cross bun with melted butter and jam on arrival.A three-course dinner will be served in the award winning Bay Tree restaurant on the evening of your stay. Full English breakfast will be served the following morning along with a complimentary newspaper and chocolate Easter egg for you to enjoy. Available on either Friday 10th April or Easter Sunday 12th April 2009.

The Hare and Hounds Hotel, Tetbury
From £62.50 per person per night. Including accommodation and full English breakfast. A minimum 2 night stay required on the Saturday night.

The Swan Hotel, Bibury
From £75 per person for night on Good Friday. Including accommodation and full English breakfast.

The Broadway Hotel
From £71 per person for the night of Easter Sunday. Including accommodation and full English breakfast.

All of our Easter weekend special offers are subject to availability.
All prices are based on 2 guests sharing a standard double/twin room.

Posted : 02/04/2009 22:44:14

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