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What You'll Get
Before the advent of hotels, unemployed individually wrapped mints had to hitchhike the country's rail lines, looking for work as flea circus carnival barkers and matchmakers for lonely mojitos. Give disenfranchised pillow mints a home with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a one-night stay at Castle Hill Resort and Spa in Cavendish, Vermont, and a $25 voucher towards a massage (up to a $299 value). Located a mere three hours from Boston, Castle Hill gives patrons a choice between either a queen castle room or a resort home suite (depending on availability).
Situated near Ludlow and surrounded by Vermont’s scenic Green Mountains, Castle Hill Resort and Spa's exquisite lodgings offer elegant amenities, fetching gardens, spa services, and gourmet dining delicacies. Visitors can pamper themselves in period-styled rooms and charming resort homes furnished with private baths, cable TV, decorative fireplaces, and haiku-spouting hand towels.
Outdoor activities such as golf, horseback riding, hiking, fly-fishing, and swimming in a heated pool let guests enjoy the spring weather. Lodgers are welcome to luxuriate in the Castle Hill's hot tub, take in a yoga class in the solarium, or apply the included $25 voucher toward a 50-minute, muscle-melting massage. By the time you head home, you'll have shed the stress and skin grime accumulated after months of abrasive winter weather and wrestling bouts with subway-dwelling crocodiles.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 7/person. Reservation required. Credit card required at booking. Reservations are prepaid and final, fee up to Groupon price may apply at time of cancellation. Valid only for queen castle room or resort homes hotel suite. Not valid 9/16-10/22. Reservation date must be before 11/31/11. $8.91/night tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.