|By PR Newswire||
|March 18, 2014 11:25 AM EDT||
SARATOGA, Wyo., March 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch, a Preferred Boutique Hotel and Wyoming's only dual-endorsed ORVIS fly-fishing and wing shooting lodge, is excited to announce their "Saddle Up and Ride" offer. Guests that book now through March 28th will receive a $500 per person travel credit to make getting to the Ranch, whether by plane, train or automobile, easier than ever.
The $500 per person travel credit is valid for seven-night, all-inclusive stays at Brush Creek Ranch, which include:
- Refined accommodations in the Trailhead Lounge, Cabin Suites or Cabin Residences;
- Unlimited on-Ranch activities including horseback riding, fly-fishing, shooting sports, trail adventures, challenge pursuits such as paintball and zipline, recreation programs and fitness and wellness;
- Inspired dining experiences such as hearty feasts, outdoor picnics and elegant dinners, each presented in a unique venue. Included with the dining experience are all daily meals and beverages, including premium beers, spirits and open access to the wine cellar.
Offer is valid for 7-night stays booked by March 28 starting at $1,200 per unit, per night; non-commissionable; not valid with other offers or discounts. Excludes eight percent taxes and 10 percent ranch fee.
To book the "Saddle Up and Ride" offer, or any other Brush Creek Ranch luxury dude ranch vacation, call (307) 327-5284 or email [email protected].
The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch has received numerous accolades including being named one of the "Top 101 Suites in the World" by Elite Traveler magazine; a "Top 10 Ranch" by Departures magazine; and one of Sunset Magazine's "Best Guest Ranch Suites of the American West;"one of the "Top 10 Places to Hold a Corporate Retreat;" and "Top Ten Family Vacation Destination" by Worth magazine; "World's Best New Hotels of 2011" by ForbesLife magazine; "Best Up and Coming Hotels of 2012" by Travel + Leisure; and one of Conde Nast Johansen's Most Excellent Ranches.
Contact: Alana Watkins
SOURCE The Lodge & Spa at Brush Creek Ranch
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