Right Here in Town

Historic Deerfield
On Old Main Street off Rtes 5&10, Deerfield, MA

A museum of New England decorative arts opening doorways to the past in twelve perfectly preserved, original 18th and 19th-century houses. Deerfield Inn house guests receive a discount of 10% in the museum store, and $4 off each adult admission ticket to view the houses and the Flynt Center of Early American Life with its changing exhibitions and fascinating visible storage in the museum attic.

Memorial Hall Museum
On Memorial Street off Rtes 5&10, Deerfield, MA

Our children loved this place when they were little. Nineteen exhibition rooms on three floors full of local antiquities, quilts, and Native American artifacts. A charming museum that is home to Bangwell Putt, the oldest rag doll in America, the world’s largest pumpkin pie pan, tombstones, and other delights.

To the West

Hancock Shaker Village
Junction of Rtes 20 & 41, Pittsfield, MA

This museum of Shaker life includes twenty original buildings including the great Round Stone Barn. A sustainable working farm with blissful piglets and other baby farm animals, large collections of graceful Shaker furniture, tools, textiles and inspirational art. A village of contemplative tranquility and one of our favorite places.

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
225 South St, Williamstown, MA

A fabulous collection of European and American art and sculpture located on 140 acres of walking trails. Another favorite for us, particularly for the French impressionist paintings and the delightful works of Mary Cassatt.

The Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Rte 183, Stockbridge, MA

Another family favorite for us – the largest collection of Rockwell anywhere and the best in the field of other American illustrators as well.

To the East

Sturbridge Village
Rte 20, Sturbridge, MA
Working farmers, housewives, craftsmen, musicians and infantrymen demonstrate early 19th-century New England life in the historic buildings of this 200 acre village.

Peabody Essex Museum
East India Square, Salem, MA
A museum of art, architecture and culture contained within 30 galleries and stately mansions. You are guaranteed to get museum feet looking at works from the 1700s to today, so wear your trainers. This is where you can see the Huang family ancestral home – a museum house within a museum. Spectacular!

Salem Witch Museum
Washington Square, Salem, MA
This museum presents the history and a recreation of the Salem witch trials of 1692. Children go for it in a big way.

Heritage Plantation
67 Grove St, Sandwich, MA
An antique car museum with more than 30 beauties, including Gary Cooper’s 1931 Duesenberg Model J Derham Tourster. Beautiful gardens and a changing gallery for special exhibitions.

Plimoth Plantation
137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, MA
A living history museum where the daily life of the village of Plimoth in 1627 is recreated.

To the South

Mystic Seaport
75 Greenmanville Ave, Mystic, CT
The museum of America and the sea. A maritime museum featuring a 19th-century village, exhibition galleries and a shipyard. The 1841 Charles W. Morgan, the last remaining wooden whaleship and the oldest American commercial vessel still in existence is being restored here.

To Our Valued Friends & Guests…

Welcome back to The Deerfield Inn. We are so excited to share with you the charm and warmth of the Inn and all of Historic Deerfield’s natural beauty. We want to reassure you that our first responsibility and top priority is the safety and well-being of each of our guests, as well as our team. Please take a moment to review our new wellness measures which are in place for your visit to the Inn. Should you have any additional questions, please contact us directly.

General Property Information

• The Inn is an ideal location to practice physical/social distancing due to the property’s location in beautiful Historic Deerfield. The entire property has been deep cleaned and sanitized and multiple cleanings continue throughout each day. Hand-sanitizer is also available throughout the Inn.
• Guests and team members will observe recommended distancing protocols.
• Personal protection equipment (PPE) amenity kits featuring disinfecting gel, nitrile rubber gloves and masks will be provided upon request for guests.
• We will comply with, or exceed, local or state mandated occupancy limits.
• All team members will receive training on COVID-19 safety and sanitation protocols with more comprehensive training for our teams with frequent guest contact.
• All team members will be wearing masks for their safety and the safety and comfort of guests. The health of our team members is carefully monitored on a daily basis.


• Industry leading cleaning, Ultraviolet Lights and sanitizing protocols are used to clean guest rooms, with particular attention paid to high-touch items.
• Two levels of housekeeping services will be offered to each guest:
o Housekeeping Limited Service: Our team will access your room once daily to provide service and restock linens and amenities.
o Housekeeping Drop Service: Your fresh linens and towels along with any other requested amenities will be packaged and placed at your door upon your request.
• The frequency of cleaning and sanitizing has been increased in all public spaces with an emphasis on frequent contact surfaces.
• The frequency of air filter replacement and HVAC system cleaning has been increased and fresh air exchange will be maximized.


• New service options include Dinner on the Lawn, Porch, Terrace and In-Room Service.
• Curbside pick up will be available for To-Go orders.
• Seating capacity has been reduced in Champney’s Restaurant& Tavern based on CDC recommendations.
• At the completion of a dining service, the table, chairs and menus will be sanitized prior to the next seating.
• The spacing of tables has been adjusted to allow for six feet between tables

Wellbeing Plan is subject to change based on guidance from the Center for Disease Control, MA Department of Public Health, American Hotel Lodging Association and all other applicable government authorities.