Stayed at Sugar Hill Inn on a trip from Boston to Montreal. Rented two rooms located in a small cottage overlooking the beautifully planted and manicured grounds. Both rooms were comfortable, tastefully furnished, and included nice touches like iPhone charger/player radios and regular plus expresso coffee appliances.
Two problems however plague this $200 plus a night hotel. The first was that in our cottage when the hot water was being used in one room there was no hot water available in the second. In this price range no one expects to take a cold shower unless he/she really wants to be refreshed. The second problem was the breakfast service. Despite having at least three servers for a ten table or so dining room it was difficult to keep a coffee cup or jam dish refilled. It would really make much more sense to put the coffee service on the table and bring larger portions so guests are not required to constantly ask for refills.
A final note to parents traveling with younger children. The management of Sugar Hill Inn actively discourage families with younger children from staying at the inn. This is unfortunately because the cottages are all equipped with covered porches and comfortable wicker chairs. Parents and grand parents would be able to very comfortably sit and watch over their little ones playing on the lawn or in the pool.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in New Hampshire’s White Mountains, Sugar Hill Inn is a romantic getaway known for culinary adventure and warm, inviting guest rooms and cottages. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sugar Hill Hotel Sugar Hill