Deerfield Inn Review: New England With Martinis


by kaleel sakakeeny

When you visit the Deerfield Inn in Historic Deerfield Massachusetts, bring along your curiosity.
The inn, opened in 1884, sits at the center of an old New England village, with its history intact, and plenty of stories to tell.

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As a good old Inn should, the Deerfield serves afternoon tea, and has a resident ghost. Original owner Cora Carlisle knocks on doors and refuses to be photographed.

Dinner at the Deerfield Inn features the areas best fresh ingredients. Chef Brians creations are delicious!
No surprise perhaps. Neighboring Deerfield academy, educates the children of the worlds rich and famous
The Inns 23 guest rooms are comfortable and well appointed but , before retiring, head to the pub, and sip one of 101 specialty martinis!

We were there in the full blush of Spring, but weve no doubt that in the FallHistoric Deerfield, and its Inn, are pure magic

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