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A Message from Deer Path Inn

We are closely monitoring the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) statements regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and following guidelines from the CDC and the local health departments. 

Our inn is taking additional steps to ensure the safety of all our guests and employees. Being in Hospitality some of these decisions are difficult for us to make as we thrive on touch points and engagement, but touch points are no longer safe and engagement must be measured, literally. Our goal is to strike a delicate balance between your safety and the level of service you've come to expect from the inn. This is no fun for any of us, we delight in turndown treats and true white glove service, but for now our are white gloves are disposable and our service is extra sanitized. We are committed to doing whatever we have to do to responsibly welcome you in and make you feel comfortable and safe. 

  • Our valet team will no longer enter a guest vehicle. Instead they will direct guests to a surface lot for self-parking. They will assist with unloading luggage and open all doors wearing disposable gloves and masks.
  • Guests will get room keys from a sanitized tray located a responsible distance from our guest service employees, who will be wearing masks and gloves. Key cards are sanitized between use, as they always have been, but now they're presented in the disposable sealed plastic bag.
  • The bellman will no longer ride the elevator with you. The elevator will be limited to two people at a time unless you're a family traveling together.
  • Once a guest has departed the room, it will be left vacant for 48 hours. After that time has expired the dirty linens and towels will be sprayed with a disinfectant. Once the disinfectant has done its job, all linens and towels are removed from the rooms in a dissolvable hazardous material bag to avoid the spread of any possible contaminants in the transport and storage process. These bags go directly into the washing machine and dissolve in the hot water. The linens and towels are then washed in a formula solution at high heat.
  • All guest rooms will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. Every surface and touch point in the room, and its entry, will be cleaned and disinfected using EPA-approved, antimicrobial products developed specifically for the use against emerging viral pathogens and novel coronavirus. All non-permanent fixtures will be removed from the room between guests and then either thoroughly disinfected, like the hangers and soap dish, or discarded, like any unused toiletries and amenities.
  • During your stay you will only receive housekeeping services upon request in an effort to limit exposure. We're also limiting the number of supplies in our rooms. We must assume everything has either been touched coughed on or even sneezed on and cannot take any unnecessary risks on behalf of our guests or our staff. Your television remote will now be sanitized and then sealed in a plastic sleeve prior to your arrival and we will no longer be providing pens, notepads, magazines or even stocking the beverage center. If you need anything, as always, we will deliver it to you. In lieu of your typical in room guest directory, guests will be guided to a digital directory online where they will also find their room service menu.
  • Use of the fitness room will be limited to two guests at a time. Guests will have to sign up for their desired workout time. We will also continuously sanitize machines and equipment between guests.
  • Public spaces will be continuously cleaned and sanitized at a heightened frequency throughout the day. Candy jars, bottled water, and cookies are no longer on display, although still available upon request.
  • Hotel guests may access the lobby and Hearth Room at their leisure, but we cannot permit friends of guests or anyone who is not a registered guest of the hotel until the state mandate barring dine-in services for restaurants and bars is lifted.
  • Please see our latest guidelines for restaurant dining here. Room service is available for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Our Cancellation Policy

It is important to us that you are able to make informed travel decisions, and that you have peace of mind anytime you choose to visit Deer Path Inn. Therefore, we just ask that you communicate with us 24 hours before your arrival should you need to cancel or make a significant change to your reservation to avoid being charged for the night.

For general information or questions regarding our inn or your upcoming stay, please email or call 847.234.2280.

We will continue to monitor and adjust our services and offerings based on industry and regulatory directives.

The safety of our guests and employees is our top priority. See the steps we are taking to welcome you responsibly.
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