Plan Now for Ski Season in the White Mountains

Ski Season is Set to Open in the White Mountains of New HampshireNow that the peak of fall foliage season has past, we can start looking forward to another favorite season in the White Mountains: Ski Season! The White Mountains are home to the top ski areas in New England, and we’re hoping for another excellent season of skiing. Season passes and single lift tickets are on sale, making this the perfect time to plan in at least a few ski breaks for the upcoming winter. Our romantic Boutique Inn, situated just minutes from some of the best ski resorts in New Hampshire, is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy a meal after a long, cold day on the mountain. Book a room with us today.

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Our Luxury Bed and Breakfast is the Perfect Getaway

Fall Getaway at our New Hampshire Bed and BreakfastSummers in the White Mountains are filled with adventure, but it’s time to start turning our attention to the upcoming fall and winter months. With schools back in session across the country, many parents and caregivers are finding themselves thrust back into the hectic pace of day-to-day life.  So this fall, treat yourself or your loved ones to something special, and come spend a few blissful nights at our award-winning Bed and Breakfast in the incredibly beautiful White Mountains of New Hampshire.  Fall in these beautiful mountains is simply magical, as the colors of the season change from green to the signature golden, fiery hues of autumn. When you stay at our luxury Bed and Breakfast, you’re part of our family.  Come see what makes us different than our competitors.  Book your room at our New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast today.

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Gearing up for Fall Foliage in the White Mountains

Fall Foliage at our New Hampshire Bed and BreakfastIt seems impossible to believe, but we find ourselves again nearing the end of another summer season in New Hampshire, and rapidly closing in our spectacular fall months. In what will feel like the blink of an eye, we’ll begin the sudden transition from warm summer breezes to crisp autumn air. Fall is just around the corner, which means now is the time to plan ahead to see New Hampshire’s captivating fall foliage. Though the entire New England region is renowned for its vibrant displays of reds, oranges, greens, and yellows, there is perhaps no where more picturesque than the White Mountains each Autumn. Whether you choose to take a scenic drive or hike to the peaks above for a birds-eye view of the colorful valleys below, you can’t beat a fall getaway to the elegant Sugar Hill Inn. Book your stay at our luxury Bed and Breakfast this fall, and enjoy New Hampshire’s most beautiful season with us.

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The Best Waterfalls in the White Mountains

Waterfalls in the White Mountains of New HampshireWith access to some of the country’s best venues for rock climbing, road and mountain biking, hiking and more, New Hampshire’s White Mountains are the place to be this summer. Whether you’re looking for action packed adventure or a quiet, relaxing escape into nature, there’s definitely something for you here.  A perennial favorite summer activity in the White Mountains is exploring all of the waterfalls in this beautiful area.  Come take a journey with us this summer, and find the best waterfalls in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Book your room at our luxurious New Hampshire Bed and Breakfast today.

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Ride Up the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway

Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway in White Mountains of New HampshireThe Sugar Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast, well known for its romantic touches, fine dining, original art, and stylish guest rooms and cottages, is dedicated to providing you the best lodging experience in New Hampshire.  It is a luxury Inn designed for vacationing couples and individuals who are seeking a secluded and romantic mountain hideaway. While here, surround yourself in the splendid natural beauty of New Hampshire’s picturesque White Mountains, and relish in the restorative time spent at our impeccably restored Inn. When the urge to venture out strikes, head to Franconia Notch State Park, home of the Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway, for some of the finest views around. Come see for yourself how it feels to embrace the ultimate in luxury, elegance, and adventure in New Hampshire. Book your room at our romantic Bed and Breakfast in the White Mountains today.

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Heading to the Top of Mount Washington

Mount Washington Cog Railway in New HampshireThere is little doubt that one of the most spectacular vistas in the White Mountains of New Hampshire comes from the top of Mount Washington.  The summit of Mount Washington, situated at an altitude of 6, 288 feet, is the highest peak in the White Mountains, and on clear days, offers views that extend well beyond New Hampshire and into Vermont, New York, Massachusetts, Maine, Quebec, and the Atlantic Ocean. At the summit sits Mount Washington State Park, a 60-acre parcel of land that borders the White Mountain National Forest. Adventurous (and fit) souls can hike to the summit, but most visitors take the Mount Washington Cog Railway or the Mount Washington Auto Road; both worthwhile adventures to add to your itinerary. Make your plans to visit us this summer at the Sugar Hill Inn in New Hampshire today!

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A Guide to Franconia Notch State Park

Visit Franconia Notch State Park in New HampshireWe’re lucky to be surrounded by such incredible beauty in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. There are plenty of beautiful parks to wander through, peaks to climb, and towns to explore.  But one of our favorite places, which we happily return to time and time again no matter the season, is Franconia Notch State Park.  It’s a truly special place, and one that certainly needs to be on your itinerary anytime you’re near the White Mountains. Best yet, it’s less than 10 minutes from our luxury Bed and Breakfast. Take the time to explore this gem with us this summer. Book your room with us today.

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The Best Spring Hikes in the White Mountains

Flume Gorge Spring Hikes in the White Mountains of New HampshireThough it’s still pretty chilly outside, the first day of spring has officially arrived. We’ll have to wait a little longer for some of the snow to melt, but we’re already looking forward to all of the wonderful possibility spring brings to us here in the White Mountains. The White Mountains have long been a popular vacation destination. Most visitors come for the area’s extraordinary beauty, and for a chance to enjoy a quiet escape from their busy day-to-day schedules. Popular attractions in the White Mountains include waterfalls, hikes, covered bridges, ruggedly beautiful Mount Washington, scenic drives, and so much more. While there are hundreds of reasons to getaway to the beautiful Sugar Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast, we think these spring hikes have it all.  Spend a few days with us, and you’ll leave feeling rejuvenated and ready for whatever life throws at you.  Book your room at our luxury Bed and Breakfast in the White Mountains today!

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Read our book

I think of myself more as an artist then a business owner and the Sugar Hill inn is my canvas. In this blog I am going to talk about the art of inn keeping. This blog should be of interest to anyone interested in travel, hospitality, design, art, fine wine and food, the White Mountain, environmental issues and enlighten business management.

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It’s Almost Maple Sugaring Season in New Hampshire

Maple Sugaring in White Mountains of New HampshireLike much of the country, those of us in the White Mountains of New Hampshire have spent months mired in cold, snowy weather.  But, it’s almost as if a switch has been flipped, and we can see the light at the end of these dark wintry days.  Spring will be here soon enough.  But before we get to all of the wonderful things that spring offers, we must talk about the maple sugaring season that will soon be upon us. Maple sugaring is a centuries-old tradition in New Hampshire, and the White Mountains is one of the best places to learn about it’s sweet history.  Come stay with us at the luxury Sugar Hill Inn in the White Mountains, and get a behind-the-scenes appreciation for maple syrup production.

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