My husband and I have been coming up to ski at Mount Snow for over twenty years and this was our first stay at the Deerfield Inn. We absolutely loved it. The rooms were comfortable and cozy, and we were excited to have our own fireplace. We fell asleep to a roaring fire every night, which can’t be beat. For breakfast there were a variety of cooked to order options and there were delicious, homemade baked goods available throughout the day for snacks as well as coffee and tea. The owners were friendly and helpful and it’s just a short 5-10 minute drive to Mount Snow. We’ll definitely be coming back.
We were skeptical that the inn would be too dated according to the photos online, while the furniture is antique and the bathrooms are simple- the linens are fresh and clean every day. The women who run the establishment are nice, but not tooo in your business nice. Was a perfect place to sleep off skiing all day!
We went for an overnight trip with friends. We got welcomed immediately by the wonderful Irish owners Doreen and Rosemary. They showed us our rooms and offered tea and cookies. The whole Inn felt cozy and inviting, It was tastefully decorated and each room had great character. The breakfast was wonderful with a warm atmosphere that invited you to talk with other travelers and the food delicious. We would definitely recommend this full-service treat.
My husband and I booked at the Deerfield Valley Inn through Homeaway for a Saturday night during foliage season, almost a year in advance. A month or so before the date of our stay, we were informed by the Inn that there was a glitch in their booking system - we hadn't booked the required minimum number of nights. The Inn graciously offered us an upgraded room stay for one night on the subsequent Sunday night, at the lower room rate that we had originally booked. We accepted the change of date, as by that time, there were no other acceptable B&B rooms available in the area. We arrived after dinner time, on a rainy night. We were greeted by our hostess and shown to the upgrade room 5 (upstairs), which has a wood burning fireplace. She showed us a plate of cookies and assorted tea packets available in the hall. There was no coffee available at the Inn, but were told there was coffee available down the street. The room was nicely wallpapered, a little dark for our taste. We decided we were too tired to go down the street for coffee to eat with our pastries that we had purchased earlier in the day, so we got tea from the downstairs hallway and brought it up to our room. We undressed, and my husband lit the already laid fireplace wood. The room contained a flat screen TV, and two chairs for reading, but the table lamp light wasn't sufficient for reading, closet area, and a long narrow en suite bathroom that might have been a hallway in former times. We then discovered there was no hairdryer in the room, so my husband got dressed and went down to ask for one from our hostess. He came back with it, and undressed again. We settled down to read in bed by the swinging arm wall lamps on each side of the bed. If their shades were tipped, there was good light. We then discovered there was no wifi password in the room. Rather than my husband dressing again, I called the office on my cell phone, our hostess told us that we must not have noticed the sign in the hall that had the wifi password, and gave us the password. We really didn't mean to not notice the sign, but new places to arriving guests mean there is a lot to absorb. We are used to places having the password on a sign in the room, or with the room key. My husband, who is sensitive to new places, felt we had been reprimanded. Finally, we settled down to read, but a TV was faintly droning on in an adjacent room. I see why many B&B's don't allow TVs in other than common rooms. We found a socket to recharge our cell phones, and the night passed. The bathroom had all modern conveniences, but as I recall, it didn't have ADA handholds in the tub. We went down for breakfast in the morning, and were promptly seated by the hostess. The dining room was pleasant. I had delicious french toast, and my husband had an omelette. Breakfast came with muffins, coffee, juice, etc. Things seemed definitely more welcoming in the light of day, and my husband said to me that if he could stay a few nights more to get used to it, the place would probably grow on him. We had a chance to explore the Inn's main common/TV room, which looked nice, before we left. We stopped by to thank our English hostess and jolly-seeming Scottish cook for breakfast before leaving.…
This was a cute place to stay. She recommended a little tavern down the road for dinner which had pretty good food. The owner is very sweet and we enjoyed visiting with her. Breakfast was good. Only drawback was that our rooms were upstairs otherwise is was nice.