I will never reccomend this inn or this town to anyone. Bathroom had water stains in the walls, ceiling had water damage, hair from previous occupants was in the bathtub drain. The shower was gross. The list goes on and on. Noise above from occupants running back and forth at all hours of the night didn't help much either.
We had a ground floor room with a private entrance and king sized bed. The bed was comfortable, the heat & air conditioning worked fine. There was lots of space to spread out our suitcases etc. We like the overhead heater in the bathroom. Having a full kitchen was great. We only used the fridge and microwave, and some silverware. We were only given 1 roll of toilet paper (?!) so we bought some on our own. There was no maid service, but a laundry basket was provided and we were able to put our towels in it outside our room for them to be washed. They were washed and returned the same day. There was only 1 tiny bar of soap provided, but luckily we brought our own. We also bought pump hand soap. The room could probably use a makeover to smooth out the walls, maybe a deeper clean of the bathtub and shower walls, etc. But it was clean. There's a cute, rustic stone and wood meeting area with tables and chairs between the lobby and the rooms. It was not in use due to COVID-19 restrictions. But if one was stuck indoors due to weather it would be a good place to pass some time. One of the best features was our own door to the outside, which was close to the parking lot and allowed for easy coming & going. The Inn is located at an intersection of 2 busy roads, but we never noticed any traffic sounds while in our room. The grassy area in front of the inn could use some maintenance. There's a big tree with an invasive tree growing up inside it right out front. If it had been warmer it would have been great having the 2 chairs with cushions and table right outside our door. And the pool was a very short walk from our room. Unfortunately, it was very cool over 4th of July this year so we didn't swim, either at the pool or in Deep Creek Lake. Some booklets about the area were provided and they helped us choose restaurants and activities. The Inn was in a great location for driving short distances to restaurants, shopping, and activities. We enjoyed our stay at the Inn at Deep Creek.…
I was pleasantly surprised with this Inn. It is very close to Deep Creek State Park and Swallow Falls. It is a little dated, but very comfortable and has a lot to offer. My room was the double queen on the second level. It came with a fridge, sink & microwave, table & chairs, a large TV, a pool and a deck with grilles, picnic tables and fire pits.
The room rate was 199.00 for one night. The room was terrible, The bathroom vanity was falling apart and coming off the wall. There was mold around the bath/shower, there were water stains on the bathroom ceiling, the base was coming off the wall in the bathroom, bath soap dish was filled with hair, the furniture was very old and stained, the outside back door did not lock. Light bulbs missing throughout the buildings. I would never stay here again! I gave the motel feed back and never heard back.
Very friendly staff. Executive King Suite is very large and well-equipped with fully equipped eat-in kitchen. Very comfortable bed. The Inn is not directly on the lake -- don't count on much of a view from your room or suite. The public rooms (couches, chairs, fireplaces) were not available during our stay due to COVID but once that is resolved these areas would be very inviting, especially in winter. No complaints.