Sugar Hill is one of New England's pristine villages, settled in 1780 by ancestors of the Sugar Hill Sampler.

Sugar Hill became a famous mountain resort in the late 1800's with grand hotels and smaller hostelries. That era long past, it still beckons the traveler who appreciates its non-commercial slower pace and famous view...one of the most famous in all New Hampshire.


 

A smaller version of the original Sunset Hill House has undergone extensive renovation. With 28 rooms and breathtaking views, this is home to New Hampshire's oldest golf course!


 

 

Nearby is The Victorian on Sunset Hill, a bed and breakfast. Offering unprecedented panoramic vista views, let time stand still and enjoy a pleasurable retreat to a 19th century New England atmosphere.


 
 

The Hilltop Inn, opposite Sugar Hill Landscapes on Main Street, is a traditional turn of the century country offering bed and breakfast services.   

 


 

 

On Rte 117 is the Sugar Hill Inn and cottages. The cottages, part of former distinguished Peckett's on Sugar Hill, and on Blake Road "Butternut," the former home of actress Bette Davis, may be rented. 


 

 

The world-famous destination of Polly's Pancake Parlor has recently undergone a wonderful re-imagining...a larger and better than ever rendition of the former small tea room started in the 1930's. You'll love its new look and shorter wait, and at times it was a regular two hour wait for a seat, but so worth it!

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Less than a mile up the street, we welcome you: The Sugar Hill Sampler, just off Rte 177, 22 Sunset Hill Road. Harman's Cheese and Country Store is less than 1 mile beyond in the center of Sugar Hill Village. You'll love the ambiance of this truly old fashioned country store. Their cheese, especially the cheddar, is famous...aged to perfection right there and shipped most anywhere.


 

 

And don't forget about Applewood Antiques, just below Polly's on Rte 117.


 

 

The Sugar Hill Historical Museum is noted as one of the finest for its size. Located on Main Street Rte 117 across from Harman's Store, its open June through October and has a different feature every year along with its permanent displays.