Looking Forward to Spring in Franconia Notch State Park

Visit Franconia Notch State Park in New HampshireAt the Sugar Hill Inn, we realize how lucky we are to be surrounded by the incredible beauty of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. When you visit us this spring and summer, you’ll find that there are plenty of beautiful parks to wander through, peaks to climb, and towns to explore.  There’s little doubt that one of our favorite places, though, which we happily refer each and every one of our guests to, 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, making it easy to get to day after day, taking full advantage of the many delightful things to see and do there. Take the time to explore this gem with us this spring or summer, and book your room at our luxury 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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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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Enjoy a Fall Foliage Tour in the White Mountains

Fall foliage in White Mountains, New HampshireIn the blink of an eye, it seems that we’ve fully transitioned from warm summer breezes to crisp autumn air. Fall is just around the corner, which means now is a great time to plan ahead to see New Hampshire’s vibrant fall foliage. Though the entire New England region is renowned for its vibrant displays of reds, oranges, greens, and yellows, there is perhaps nowhere more picturesque than the White Mountains in the fall. Whether you choose to take a scenic drive or hike to the peaks above for a birds-eye view of the colorful displays, you can’t beat a fall getaway to the White Mountains. 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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