We want parents of summer camp attendees to enjoy it as much as their children. At the Inn, we are accessible to downtown, a plethora of restaurants and activities in the area. Their camp is your vacation!
Durham, NC (PRWEB) April 30, 2013
According to the American Camp Association Organization, there are more than 12,000 day and resident camps in the United States. Duke University summer camps offer a variety of summer camps from academic to creative to athletic opportunities for children of all ages. With Duke University’s reputation, the camps draw a wide range of children from all over the nation. During the summer months, many families incorporate their summer vacation into a trip to Durham while one or more children attend a week long residential or day camp.
In partnership with Duke University, The King’s Daughters Inn will offer a special rate of 20% off starting at $140.00 + tax for families to stay at the Inn while their children attend camp. Guests will be eligible for this rate during the months of June and July 2013 based on availability.
As proprietor of The King’s Daughters Inn, Colin Crossman, explains, “We want parents of summer camp attendees to enjoy it as much as their children. At the Inn, we are accessible to downtown, a plethora of restaurants and activities in the area. Their camp is your vacation”! If guests would like to make a reservation, please call 919.354.7000 and ask for the Duke Camp offer.
Located in the heart of Trinity Park in downtown Durham, the Inn is the best of both worlds. It blends the charm of a historic bed & breakfast with all the modern amenities of a luxury hotel. The Inn offers afternoon tea with homemade scones and muffins, as well as turndown service with port and chocolate truffles. Full, hot breakfast is served every morning including homemade granola, made-to-order eggs, waffles, grits, and much more. Complimentary wireless internet, in room iPads, large 42” HDTVs and an in house massage therapist complete the Inn experience.
To learn about Duke Academic Summer Camps, visit http://www.learnmore.duke.edu/youth/. To learn more about Duke Athletic Camps, visit http://www.goduke.com. To follow The King’s Daughters Inn events and updates, follow the blog at http://blog.thekingsdaughtersinn.com/ or Facebook at hhtp://facebook.com/kdinn or sign up for our mailing list at http://www.kingsdaughtersinn.com.