Ratings based on 68 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from NH
Friendly hotel with great food and wonderful viewsPosted Jun 22, 2015
The hotel is perfectly situated for hikers, cyclists those simply wanting to wander rural NH and the White Mountains. Friendly owners and staff. Great food. Even better views.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Old Inn charm with a breath of new lifePosted Jun 21, 2015
A majestic Inn to complement the views in every direction. As a surprise on arrival, the 9 hole golf course across the street served as a terrific opportunity to unwind and enjoy the outdoors. Dinner at the Inn was well portioned, flavored, and priced. Breakfast in the morning was great and the staff was warm and personable.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Nashua, NH
Wish we could have stayed longer!Posted Jun 14, 2015
Everything about our stay was great! From the check-in, to the room, to the breakfast, to check-out! Make sure you give Dudley extra love when you go. We will definitely be back.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Boston, MA
Our weekend getaway to Sugar HillPosted Jun 8, 2015
Pros: Clean rooms and excellent food at the restaurant!
Cons: Nothing...completely satisfied!
Location: Golfing, breathtaking views of the valley below, and best of all, a laid back atmosphere!
We went to Sugar Hill to enjoy and photograph the Lupine flowers. They were gorgeous! The hotel, the grounds, and the service at the Inn at Sunset Hills is remarkable! From the moment we arrived, Dick and Sally made us feel right at home! They were extremely hospitable and friendly. Also, their dog Dudley was amazing as well. I would definitely like to spend more time at this hotel and perhaps we will the next time we go to the White Mountains!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from York
Wrong Information Right PlacePosted Jun 6, 2015
Pros: Ambiance, view of the mountains, staff.
Cons: communication between expedia and host hotel
Location: there are tons of trails, restaurants, and outdoor climbing.
When I booked the room on Expedia for a good will trip, I wanted to change my mind and book something closer to the site where I was to work with my partner. The information for a phone number was wrong on the site And I could not cancel. I also had a late leave driving from New York to New Hampshire. What I did not know was the reason Why I could not reach the owners, was that the place was just bought 2 months prior, and Expedia had not updated the contact information. Though the 2 nights we re prepaid and they could not give me a refund, they offered us to stay an additional night. They had taken a house that was over 200 years old and turned it into to a welcoming place include with a small pub, and a golf course. The food was immaculate, including the complimentary breakfast was better than any complimentary breakfast I had received at similar priced hotels on the east coast.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Nice, but overpriced.Posted Jan 27, 2014 on Hotels
Grand Inn is a nice quirky place. I've stayed here a few times. However I don't think that there is much difference in rooms that cost $180 or $280 and above. The staff in the restaurant has been very slow (dinner and breakfast). Even though the restaurant goes under 'fine dining' it really is just adequate and the prices are way to high for what one gets.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Comfortable Hotel, but OlderPosted Jan 6, 2014 on Hotels
We stayed in one of the rooms with a jacuzzi tub for two. It was a larger room in the hotel and the jacuzzi was nice. This is an aging hotel, though. The room needed a good coat of paint and the bathroom was pretty industrial-looking. Our first time in the jacuzzi there wasn't enough hot water to fill the tub, which was sad. We waited about 15 minutes to fill the rest of it.The hotel does come with free breakfast, which is nice, but I wouldn't say it's gourmet. If you're looking for a gourmet meal, I would go off-site but if not then the restaurant on-site might be fine. The views from the hotel are really pretty.
Recommendedby Michelle from Rochester, NH
Wonderful StayPosted Dec 10, 2013 on Hotels
My husband and I had a wonderful stay. Nancy the Inn Keeper is a hoot and makes you feel at home, not to mention she is a fenominal cook.
for Couplesby Carrie Roux from Auburn, NH
Not what was stated!Posted Dec 9, 2013 on Hotels
My husband and I were very unhappy! First, we waited fifteen minutes to be checked in! Then, we were staying in the junior suite and it was stated that there would be a refrigerator and microwave but when we got to our room there was none, and then we showed the inn keeper the email showing we would have one, they said they would try to track one down, and never got back to us. We spent over $40 in food (champagne included) for our night and it was all ruined. They said we could eat dinner there but would cost min $25 a person! That was not stated anywhere! The bed was comfortable, but everything else was run down, including the whirlpool that needed to be reset due to circuits blowing. Def not worth $180!! Would never go back or recommend and was very disappointed!Carrie
for Couplesby Alan Distler from Salem, Ma
It was very nice.Posted Dec 4, 2013 on Hotels
I was very comfortable sleeping in the bed with a firm mattress. A few light bulbs were out and the bathtub drain was plugged.