• Deerhurst Resort

Deerhurst Resort

Something For Everyone At Deerhurst Resort

Discover the sense of fun, adventure and unique activities at Deerhurst Resort. From a relaxing massage in the Shizen Spa, soaking up the atmosphere on the private beach to taking in the countryside by foot or bicycle and splashing around in the largest inflatable park you would have ever seen. There really is something for everyone at Deerhurst Resort and with on site shops, restaurants and bars, and the local village just minutes away it has everything for that unforgettable break.

Hayes & Jarvis Rating
Hotel Category
Luxury
TripAdvisor Review
Tripadvisor rating 4097 Reviews
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Hotel highlights

  • Large rooms
  • Private Beach
  • Family Resort
  • Numerous activities

Hotel Features

General Information

  • 414 rooms

Main Facilities

  • Golf
  • Wifi

For Families

  • Babysitting
  • Family Rooms

Hotel Location

Location Highlights

Deerhurst Resort

4097 Reviews 56% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1183
  • Very Good 1187
  • Average 939
  • Poor 502
  • Terrible 286

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Mar 14, 2020

Losing its appeal

Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

We stayed with another family at the beginning of March Break. We rented a 3 bedroom condo in The Greens. The space was clean, and the perfect size for all of us. The furniture in the other hand was torn with rips in both the couch and chair in the living room. This was disappointing to say the least. At $500 a night I would expect much more from what was once great place.
Mar 09, 2020

Snowmobiler stay

Mooretown, Ontario

Our group of four stayed here for a few nights for a snowmobile trip (Sat, Sun, Mon, Tues). We were assigned to a Summit Lodge close to the main building. The room featured a kitchenette, fireplace, couch and chair with a separate two double bed room. We found the Deerhurst to have a lot of amenities for guests but we were not impressed with a few things. 1. The lack of dinner dining options. The Maple Pub closes during the week leaving the Compass Bar as the only option with only an upper scale menu that was not suitable so we drove to Huntsville for a couple of dinners. For breakfast, there is also the only the one main restaurant that has either the buffet or a menu which was quite expensive . 2. We were not provided with housekeeping service. A phone call revealed that it is only provided in the lodge on the 4th day so we had to call every day for towels and coffee and our old towels were not taken away. 3. Although the Deerhurst advertises that it likes snowmobilers, it appears that they do not. The parking lot despite having a section for trailers was not monitored for such and there is no dedicated overnight parking for sleds. We found many hazards under the snow that could be hit eg lights, stakes, etc. However the trail leading to the lake was well marked. Things we liked: 1. Maple Pub--great atmosphere and food. Too bad it's not open during the week. 2. Pool area--extremely large with lots of seating 3. Décor--the main building hosts a variety of artwork catering to local and Canadian artists. Despite the positives, we will likely not come back in the winter.
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