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Luxury & Adventure Combine at New Hampshire’s Sugar Hill Inn

Luxury & Adventure Combine at New Hampshire’s Sugar Hill Inn

SUGAR HILL, NH: The Sugar Hill Inn a historic bed and breakfast located in the White Mountains, is pleased to announce the addition of four new adventure program packages. Guests booking an overnight stay at the Inn can now choose from guided hikes, guided rock climbing, a 45 -minute helicopter tour or a photography experience with a local National Geographic photographer. The package also includes additional amenities to compliment the adventure.

Sara Allen, General Manager of the Inn remarked that “we always want the best for our guests, and we also want them to be able to experience the best of the White Mountains. What better way than to provide them with some amazing adventure experiences lead by some of New England’s most talented outdoor adventurers”?

The Inn partnered with Cardinal Consulting to develop the packages and focused on utilizing local talent to create unforgettable experiences. Partners include the Appalachian Mountain Club, North Country Climbing Center, Vertical Ventures Aviation and Shaun Terhune Photography.

To book a package and for more detail visit: www.sugarhillinn.com/adventure-programs or call 603-823-4100.


About Sugar Hill Inn
The Sugar Hill Inn started as a small farmhouse built by the Oakes family in 1789. As one of the early settling families in the Sugar Hill area, they are counted among the score of hearty and independent folks who came into the White Mountains of New Hampshire in search of a better life. This traditional New England house was built of post and beam construction and relied on handsome fireplaces in the principal rooms for heat.

In 1924, when a large addition to the original house was added, it began operation as the Caramat Inn. In the 1950’s three two-room cottages were built in a cluster on a knoll just west of the main building. Some of the area’s most breathtaking views can be seen from these guest rooms and porches. In 1972, the Inn was renamed the Sugar Hill Inn.