Christmas ‘Golden Ticket’ offer: last-minute Cotswolds escapes from just £1!

Stay at the Wheatsheaf Inn for £1!

Looking for a room at the inn? We all know this is a crazy time of year, but The Wheatsheaf Inn has gone totally crackers, with an amazing ‘Golden Ticket’ Christmas offer – this chic Cotswolds coaching house turned gastrohub (and Bloody Mary competition host) has just a few rooms left for December 2012, and has decided to end 2012 on a high. The first person to book a mid-week stay in December* when the offer goes live tomorrow at 10am will get their first night for just £1.

Stay at the Wheatsheaf Inn for £1!And the ‘Golden Ticket’ fun doesn’t stop there: the next 10 callers can get a room for just £50; and the next 20 after that will get a room for just £95. Yes, it is a bit mad, but hey – Christmas is all about giving. So confer with your other half, set your alarm for 10am, recite the mantra ‘Willy Wonka’s Golden Ticket!’ and write the Smith24 team number on the back of your hand:
0845 034 0700.

*And now for the small print (don’t tell us you weren’t expecting any?): stays at the Wheatsheaf Inn must be completed within December and only one deal applies to the first night of each stay. The offer is for mid-week stays and excludes 24–25 December. All you have to do is ring the Smith24 team from tomorrow at 10am and quote ‘Willy Wonka’s Golden Ticket’. It’s first-come, first-served. Happy, happy Christmas.

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As well as wordsmithing online, in print, in the press and for Smith TV, Lucy Fennings has been a driving force in making the Smith Travel Blog an award-winner. Mr & Mrs Smith's Group Editor cut her travel teeth early; as daughter of a hotel PR, she visited far-flung flophouses from French châteaux to Ethiopian tukuls. After a year in Dubai (working on Emirates Woman magazine and enjoying the kind of dives that require a wetsuit), Lucy went to Glasgow University to study art, literature and whisky. A stint as production editor at Legalease publishing was spent discovering how to be creative with copy about tax, followed quickly by a stint discovering more interesting things across south-east Asia. When Mr & Mrs Smith found her, Lucy was at Harper’s Bazaar, keeping her finger on fashion’s pulse and sharpening her editorial knife on hapless hotel PR copy.

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