3 Nights for Two people with Breakfast at The Cosener's House - Oxfordshire just £47.25pp! w/code @ Groupon
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3 Nights for Two people with Breakfast at The Cosener's House - Oxfordshire just £47.25pp! w/code @ Groupon

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Found 26th Jun 2017
Awesome price for a little break away from it all, good reviews - breakfast each morning and also has an on-site restaurant and a bar.

Use code SUMMER at checkout


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Set in the grounds of the medieval Abbey of Abingdon and just 8 miles from Oxford, The Cosener’s House offers an ideal base for exploring the local area. The rooms feature en suite bathrooms, TVs, work desks and telephones. On-site amenities include a restaurant and a bar.


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Oxfordshire, a county situated in South East England, attracts tourists from all over the world with its rich history and culture, as well as beautiful sceneries and green spaces. From the ancient University of Oxford and The Ashmolean museum of art and archaeology, to Blenheim Palace, Sir Winston Churchill’s birthplace situated at the edge of the picturesque town of Woodstock, the list of cultural sights in Oxfordshire seems almost endless. The county is home to a large part of the Cotswolds, the designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which extends from Oxford into the neighbouring counties of Gloucestershire and Warwickshire, and is famous for its charming villages. Walking and cycling tours are also popular amongst visitors, offering an opportunity to discover the county’s hidden gems.

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Being an Abingdon resident I find this hilarious. Don't expect to see an abbey, it went 500 years ago oO
Isn't that £52.50pp not £47.25? Hot regardless!
Thanks op!
SirSpanky19 m ago

Isn't that £52.50pp not £47.25? Hot regardless!



If u add the promo code it brings the total down to £94.50 for two people - 3 nights. £47.25/person
Edited by: "Tiddly_fiddly" 26th Jun 2017
So does the code reduce the price from £105 to £47 for 3 nights or is the deal title just wrong?
Ego-X

So does the code reduce the price from £105 to £47 for 3 nights or is the … So does the code reduce the price from £105 to £47 for 3 nights or is the deal title just wrong?


It's £47.25 Per Person so £95 in total. Deal title is correct.
PhoenixRising13 m ago

It's £47.25 Per Person so £95 in total. Deal title is correct.


Go read the source page.
Ego-X

Go read the source page.


I have and it's £49 for 1 night, £79 for 2 nights and £105 for 3 nights.

Code SUMMER gives another 10% off.

So for 3 nights, it's £105 - 10.5 = £94.5 for 2 people which is £47.25 per person.

Do you actually understand what the deal is?

Edited by: "PhoenixRising" 26th Jun 2017
Possible 9% cashback...
Quidco cashback is 5%, then use the 'highest cashback guarantee' and compare with topcashback.co.uk/gro…on/ (providing 7%)
Quidco then doubles the difference
5% + 2x2% = 9% (just to avoid any further mathematical confusion...)
Haven't you had your cashback rejected?
mattclarkie7 h, 27 m ago

Being an Abingdon resident I find this hilarious. Don't expect to see an …Being an Abingdon resident I find this hilarious. Don't expect to see an abbey, it went 500 years ago oO



Perhaps thats one of the counties hidden gems!
Cheap but staying in the middle of nowhere then what?
yulu91

Cheap but staying in the middle of nowhere then what?


There is an interesting Victorian milking stool to look at.
PhoenixRising7 h, 7 m ago

I have and it's £49 for 1 night, £79 for 2 nights and £105 for 3 ni …I have and it's £49 for 1 night, £79 for 2 nights and £105 for 3 nights.Code SUMMER gives another 10% off.So for 3 nights, it's £105 - 10.5 = £94.5 for 2 people which is £47.25 per person.Do you actually understand what the deal is?


  • Stay for two in a standard double or twin room with breakfast, valid until 31 Aug 2017

  • £49 for 1 night
  • £79 for 2 nights
  • £105 for 3 nights

Stay for one night is £49 for two persons (without voucher). So where did you get £95 for one night stay for two people from in your OP to me? The figures in your current reply have changed because you went to read the source of the deal as I suggested. Interesting that you suggest that I'm the one with comprehension issues.

Back to the original point: 3 Nights is clearly £105 (without voucher)(read your own damn post) so NOT £47.50 as the Deal title says. Why is this so hard?


Edited by: "Ego-X" 26th Jun 2017
Ego-X

Stay for two in a standard double or twin room with breakfast, valid … Stay for two in a standard double or twin room with breakfast, valid until 31 Aug 2017£49 for 1 night£79 for 2 nights£105 for 3 nightsStay for one night is £49 for two persons (without voucher). So where did you get £95 for one night stay for two people from in your OP to me? The figures in your current reply have changed because you went to read the source of the deal as I suggested. Interesting that you suggest that I'm the one with comprehension issues.Back to the original point: 3 Nights is clearly £105 (without voucher)(read your own damn post) so NOT £47.50 as the Deal title says. Why is this so hard?



How much clearer does a deal need to be? Stay for two: 3 nights for £105. Use voucher code for 10% off which reduces it to £94.50. Therefore per person = £47.25.
"Pets not allowed" - oh and the kids were so looking forward to tagging along!
fedex1401

How much clearer does a deal need to be? Stay for two: 3 nights for £105. … How much clearer does a deal need to be? Stay for two: 3 nights for £105. Use voucher code for 10% off which reduces it to £94.50. Therefore per person = £47.25.


At least this guy seems to be the only one in this thread not to understand this deal.
Ego-X really don't see anything difficult or wrong about this deal...
Nice.
PhoenixRising27th Jun

At least this guy seems to be the only one in this thread not to …At least this guy seems to be the only one in this thread not to understand this deal.


Read my reply to fedex.


fedex140126th Jun

How much clearer does a deal need to be? Stay for two: 3 nights for £105. …How much clearer does a deal need to be? Stay for two: 3 nights for £105. Use voucher code for 10% off which reduces it to £94.50. Therefore per person = £47.25.


You have to admit £105 to 47.25 is a big discount for a voucher so I was wondering if it may have been a title formatting issue. I was asking for clarification. Meanwhile phoenix replied with this...

PhoenixRising26th Jun

It's £47.25 Per Person so £95 in total. Deal title is correct.


Seems I'm not the only guy not to understand the deal after all.
PhoenixRising27th Jun

At least this guy seems to be the only one in this thread not to …At least this guy seems to be the only one in this thread not to understand this deal.


Taking something at face value does not imply "understanding". It simply makes you a lemming.
Edited by: "Ego-X" 28th Jun 2017
if only it were possible to edit things after we had posted them
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