‘Carpooling Vacations’ Help Travelers Battle Soaring Fuel Costs

Rabbit Hill Inn promotes “Carpooling Vacation” incentives luring savvy travelers to popular vacation destination.

Lower Waterford, VT (PRWEB) May 10, 2006 — Rabbit Hill Inn promotes “Carpooling Vacation” incentives luring savvy travelers to popular vacation destination.

This country inn takes the successful concept of carpooling one step further by offering substantial savings and incentive packages to adult couples that travel together. The practice of carpooling to work and other daily activities has proven beneficial to many across the country as gas prices continue to rise. Sharing vacation costs is now a logical choice.

In addition to sharing fuel costs, travelers benefit with reduced room rates, inclusive gourmet meals, service charges, and special gifts such as champagne and picnic lunches. Two or more couples traveling together can now take advantage of great savings on a luxury vacation to Northern Vermont.

Rabbit Hill Inn offers full concierge services to help guests customize their “Carpool Vacation” getaway. This includes individual day trip planning, in-room massage services, extensive outdoor activity offerings and discounted golf arrangements at numerous area courses.

“We are all frustrated with the gas situation and many are realizing substantial savings by carpooling. Applying this successful concept to vacation travel makes perfect sense. Combining shared fuel costs with a true savings package allows our guests to enjoy a well-deserved getaway without breaking the bank. Without this option, many would not be traveling at all.” say innkeepers, Brian and Leslie Mulcahy.

These “Carpool Vacation” two-night inclusive package rates start at $559.00, per couple. This offer is available now through September 14th, weekends included.

Rabbit Hill Inn is an internationally acclaimed, AAA Four Diamond Inn and Dining Room and a proud member of Select Registry, Distinguished Inns of North America, and Distinctive Inns of New England.

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