The Deerfield Valley Inn was built by John Davis in 1885 from lumber worked in his waterwheel mill located across the street. It was the last such home built in West Dover and the first guest inn in the Mount Snow area.
The Inn still has much of the original wax rubbed ash encasements and millwork. Over the years new wings were added to the original building. You will find the Inn on the National Register of Historic Places.
The home was converted in 1952 into the first Inn in the Mount Snow Area, at the same time as the original downhill trails were opened.
Many of the individually and tastefully decorated guestrooms have their own wood burning fireplaces and sitting areas. All rooms have private bathrooms, and cable TV. The living room of the Inn invites you to relax and enjoy the comforts of true Southern Vermont hospitality.