Nestled in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Sugar Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast is a romantic getaway known for fine dining, original art and stylish guest rooms and cottages.
Whether it’s your first romantic holiday away together, a second honeymoon or a parent that just needs a break, the Sugar Hill Inn is a Child Free Zone. No kids, please.
Come discover, 100 waterfalls, 1,200 miles of hiking trails, covered bridges, Mount Washington (the highest peak in the Northeastern United States), the famous 800ft Flume Gorge and scenic Kancamagus Highway. New Hampshire has so much to offer.
Experience New Hampshire’s best skiing, the fun of tubing, the thrill of a dog sled ride, the romance of a horse-drawn sled or cutting your own Christmas tree.
In the warmer months photograph wildflowers and New Hampshire’s famous fall foliage, zip above the tree tops, soar in a glider, hike the Falling Waters Trail and bike the nine-mile trail through Franconia Notch.
Impeccably restored, this boutique country inn ranges from charming and cozy to sophisticated and distinctive. Enjoy the bed and breakfast experience with all the amenities and luxury of a full-service bed and breakfast inn.
Whether you seek a convenient base for the many wonderful attractions and outdoor activities of Franconia Notch and the White Mountains or a special private hideaway to snuggle in front of a fireplace…come share the good life at the Sugar Hill Inn…your New Hampshire destination of choice.
Sugar Hill Inn is a completely smoke-free inn.
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Receive by e-mail or US Mail
- Dining Packages
DiRoNA and Wine Spectator Awards
- Art at the Inn
A collection of original works of art
- Read our book
An insider’s guide to inn-keeping
- Our Newest Luxury Guest Suite
The Owners Quarters
- Franconia Ridge Loop Trail
National Geographic named this trail One Of The Best In The World
- Winter Hiking
- Romantic Packages
Leave the kids home package
- Tesla Charging Station
Free charging station for inn guests
- Sugar Hill, NH Is the Most Charming New England Town You’ve Never Heard Of