Innkeeper(s): Laurie McDonald, Innkeeper
Address: 81 Old Main Street, Deerfield, Massachusetts 01342
$175 - $340
Types of Payment Accepted: Cash, Personal and Traveler's Checks, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover
Types of Rooms: Kings, Queens, Double Queen rooms. 1 King suite.
Number of Rooms: 24
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An original, historic 1884 inn, with 24 individual rooms in two buildings, pleasing eco-friendly amenities, AC, free Wi-fi, comfortable living rooms, cozy fireplaces, and full-service restaurant and event facility with outdoor dining in good weather. We honor our farmers, foragers, and producers, and source as locally as possible for Champney’s Restaurant & Tavern. 12 local, craft brews always pouring and plenty of seasonal cocktails and wines by the glass to whet your appetite!
Our floors can slope, the window glass is old wobbly, our sofas and seats encourage you to sit and stay. Yes, there are antiques, but children are welcome. This historic inn located in a quintessentially New England village, is a place of light and laughter, peace and comfort.
Champney’s Restaurant & Tavern open daily.
Dinner, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Friday – Sunday
Lunch, 11:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Dinner, 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Our rates include afternoon tea and cookies, a full country breakfast, 10% discount in the gift shop, and $4 off each adult ticket for the museum houses when in season. Wi-fi is free, parking is free and safe. We are now dog-friendly in two of our rooms. Please call to inquire!
We hope you take advantage of some of our Packages and Deals!!!
Come visit the magical charm of the street in Old Deerfield whilst touring the museum houses at Historic Deerfield, see the sweet and simple way the folks of the Pioneer Valley lived during the 18th and 19th centuries and while you are here, take advantage of this special offer:
Show your love and date your mate!
Come away and snuggle down with the one you love in any room of your choice. Package includes:
- a bottle of wine
- a box of chocolates
- a vase of seasonal flowers
- two eco-friendly and cozy Deerfield Inn robes to take home
Package Price: $150 (room rate separate)
Room Rates Start at $195.00
Mention KISS Package when calling 413-774-5587 or add to your room reservation under “enhancements” at checkout.
Stay for an extended holiday and save $100 off your second night when you book online!
Offer Good on the Following Holidays:
- Veteran’s Day: 11/10 – 11/14
- Thanksgiving: 11/24 – 11/28
- New Year’s Day: 1/1 – 1/2
- Martin Luther King Day: 1/19 – 1/23
- Valentine’s Day: 2/12 – 2/14
- President’s Day: 2/16 – 2/20
- St. Patrick’s Day: 3/15 – 3/19
- MA Patriot’s Day: 4/19 – 4/23
- Easter: 4/12 – 4/16
Add to the room reservation under “enhancements” at checkout.
Please Note: Discount will be added following completion of your reservation by the innkeepers so it won’t show immediately in your cart.
OR JOIN US FOR ONE OF ANNUAL EVENTS!
Join us seasonally for something special!
Come for the dinner and why not stay overnight? Each of our seasonal dinners celebrate something unique and are all prepared from fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
Summer Harvest Dinner: Meet some of our farmers and eat what they are growing! A great opportunity to see and taste some of the best from the Pioneer Valley. $67 inclusive for a tasty, 5-course meal.
Fall Game Dinner: A rustic, 5-course dinner and paired, local libations to interest and appease your palate.
Winter Burns Dinner: Our yearly celebration to toast the bard Rabbie Burns and an excuse to wear your clans’ tartan! Evening of pipes, readings a 5-course meal and a dram of whisky.
A Gourmet Glance at the Past: A five-course meal featuring traditional dishes from the area but with a modern twist.
- Child Friendly
- Pet Friendly
“The Inn is lovely and charming – be it on a warm summer day – or a cold winter’s night. Our wedding reception was held at the Inn in September. We’ll always remember a superb and memorable time had by all. I’ve said it many times to my friends – the Deerfield Inn is as ‘New England’ an experience as one could possibly hope for.” —Best regards, Doug