Welcome to Comfort Inn Grantsville-Deep Creek Lake, your Grantsville “home away from home.” Comfort Inn Grantsville-Deep Creek Lake aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as Spruce Forest Artisan Village (1.8 mi) and House of Yoder (1.8 mi) make Comfort Inn Grantsville-Deep Creek Lake a great place to stay when visiting Grantsville.
Rooms at Comfort Inn Grantsville-Deep Creek Lake offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and free breakfast will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Comfort Inn Grantsville-Deep Creek Lake, free parking is available.
While in Grantsville, you may want to check out the nearby cafe The Cornucopia Cafe.
Should time allow, New Germany State Park and Casselman River Bridge State Park are some popular state parks that are relatively easy to get to.
Comfort Inn Grantsville-Deep Creek Lake puts the best of Grantsville at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
In the middle of somewhere between Morgantown, WV and Cumberland, MD and sitting just off of Interstate 68 at Exit 22 on the South side is this great place to spend the night. Close by fast food and a bit farther for a sit down dinner. Staff is great, professional and friendly and rooms are clean with up to date amenities. I would not hesitate to return. Across the street is a gas stop and shop that sells every kind of alcohol at very reasonable prices.
The hotel was fine but the people who work here are excellent. We were checked in by a lovely lady who knew what she was doing. At breakfast, the area was clean and the food replenished as needed. Also that morning, I was having a problem and the young woman at the desk, Leah, went above and beyond to help me solve it. I really appreciated her assistance.
My sidekick and I was on a short road trip and decided to stop over for a night. The room was old and outdated. The bathroom door wouldn’t close at all. Had the lowest toilet I’ve ever seen. The breakfast was until 9:30, we came down about 9:15 and was looking at what they had, my 12 year old grabbed a plate and decided he wanted a waffle, it was exactly 9:30 and both waffle coolers were being used, so while we were waiting the hotel staff lady actually pushed out out of the way to get to the pitchers, when I asked her if my done could get one she just said “No, we are done at 9:30, and it’s 9:30” The waffle mix was the first thing she grabbed. To me it seems like either she doesn’t like her job or people, maybe she should find another job field. You’d think that after spending around $130 for a night, she’d of let my son make a 2 minute waffle, at 9:30, there was a lot of other cleaning she could have done. I travel a lot and I’m different directories, but this is one place I’ll never stay again.…
We had a 5 yr. old on this trip, so the pool and the fireplace were big deal issues for us. The lobby fireplace could not be turned on because the key for it was locked in the manager’s office. The pool was icy cold. We tried to brave it out for 10 minutes, but had to bail, as I was genuinely afraid for our health if we’d stayed in. It was that cold. Front desk staff was so apologetic and sweet, even though there was nothing they could do to help these situations. We chose to check out after just one night due to the aforementioned issues. We found a Hilton nearby with a nice heated pool.
The property is a bit dated and could use some touch-ups. I will admit that I didn't expect great things when I pulled into the parking lot. But the room was very clean, the lobby area was welcoming, the breakfast was good, and the staff was very nice and helpful. I would definitely stay here again if I'm in the area.