Summers 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.
With 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.
There 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!
Though 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!
Now that November is here, it’s time we turn our attention towards the upcoming holiday season. Winter is special in the White Mountains, and certainly something worth experiencing. Whether you plan to visit family in the area, or just want to carve out a little time for a romantic getaway this winter, now is the perfect time to plan a getaway during the upcoming holiday season. When it comes to luxury accommodations in the White Mountains, nothing beats Sugar Hill Inn. Book your room today, and enjoy the sights and sounds of the holiday season with us.
Last month, we wrote a blog about the many ways you can enjoy the spectacular hues of fall. There's still time to enjoy this year's fall foliage, but the season is rapidly coming to an end. This month, we'd like…
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