Sugar Loaf Bed & Breakfast
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Set in a quaint community of Artists and Craftsmen while only 53 miles outside New York City. The Sugar Loaf Bed & Breakfast is the perfect secret country getaway. It's like stepping back to a quieter place and time. Charming accommodations, romantic ambiance, hearty country fare, fresh clean air, and considerate personal attention await you. Mellow plank floors, hewn beams, sunny skylights, stained glass windows, and fragrant bird-filled perennial gardens bid you welcome. The lovely old colonial is graced throughout by carefully collected primitive and fine early country furnishings.
Sugar Loaf Bed & Breakfast is a beautifully restored historical 1750 home located in Sugar Loaf, New York. Charmingly set on a quiet country road, we are just steps from shopping, dining, theater and activities in Sugar Loaf Craft Village.
The Inn is also conveniently located near Warwick, New York, West Point, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets, Storm King Arts Center, Museum Village, Mt. Peter & Great Gorge (skiing), Bear Mountain, Manitoga, Boscobel, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Wineries, Apple Picking and more.
Breakfast is served at individual tables in the breakfast room (the earliest part of the house). Enjoy the ambiance of candlelight and classical music while you dine. On chilly mornings, our guests warm up by the cozy fireplace. Breakfast always begins with a carefully selected fresh fruit platter, juice and hot beverages. A typical breakfast main course might consist of silver-dollar blueberry pancakes with sausages, whipped butter and maple syrup or our special version of egg-in-a-nest: a potato bread French toast, an egg at the center, finished with a layer of Muenster cheese and sizzling ham. French toast topped with fresh berries is a popular alternative for vegetarians.
Guest rooms are also done to the period and decorated with Ralph Lauren fabrics and bedding. Fluffy down comforters top the antique beds. Both Carriage House and Garden Room offer the additional amenity of in-room gas fireplaces.
Beyond offering a wonderfully comfortable place for a refreshing night's sleep, each guest room invites relaxation in its own comfy sitting area, with television.
Unusually pretty private baths; some equipped with jetted tubs, rooms are air conditioned.
We hope you enjoy your stay at the Sugar Loaf Bed & Breakfast.
We look forward to seeing you again!
In fine weather, a hearty homemade breakfast is elegantly served in our enchanting garden (to the accompaniment of birdsong). Green market umbrellas shade al fresco diners.
Guests, who prefer, may enjoy the indoor air-conditioned comfort of the Breakfast Room.
In winter, or on chilly weekends, the Breakfast Room (the very earliest part of the house) is cheered by candlelight, a cozy fire, and light classical music.
A delightful experience assured, whatever the season!
How to Find Us
From New York City: Palisades Parkway to Rt. 6 West or NY Thruway to exit 16, then Rt. 17 West for 8 miles to exit 127. Bear left and continue to traffic light. Follow signs to Sugar Loaf. Turn right at the crest of the hill. just past Sugar Loaf Inn, onto Pines HIll Road. Third house from corner (#16). Saltbox with dark stain.
From Northern New Jersey: Garden State Parkway or Rt. 17 North to NY Thruway (toward Albany) to exit 16, then Rt. 17 West for 8 miles to exit 127. Bear left and continue to traffic light. Follow signs to Sugar Loaf.
- Take Route 23 North to Rt. 94 through Vernon to Warwick. Make right at Mobil station onto Colonial Avenue (County Rt. 13, Kings Highway) and continue 6 miles to Sugar Loaf. Turn left just past the church onto Pines Hill Road. Third house from the corner (#16). Saltbox with dark stain.
From Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Upstate New York: Take Rt. 84 to exit 4E, then Rt. 17 East to exit 126. Stay left and turn left at light. Continue through a light to next light. Turn right by McDonald's, then right at next light onto County Rt. 13 (Kings Highway) to Sugar Loaf. Turn right at the crest of the hill onto Pines Hill Road. Third house from the corner (#16). Saltbox with dark stain.
Note: Please park diagonally towards the house. Thank you.
Things To See and Do
Sugar Loaf Arts Village
Historic Sugar Loaf Village is nestled in scenic Warwick Valley, only 60 miles from New York City, and is an interesting mix of practicing artisans, eclectic shops and galleries. Established in the early 1700's, many of the buildings are still being used today.
A living history museum committed to the exploration, interpretation and preservation of 19th century life.
Storm King Arts Center
Storm King Art Center is a museum that celebrates the relationship between sculpture and nature. Five hundred acres of landscaped lawns, fields and woodlands provide the site for postwar sculptures by internationally renowned artists.
Visit Sugar Loaf Historical Society at: www.sugarloafhistoricalsociety.com
Mansion Ridge Golf
Mountain Creek Water Park
Mountain Creek Skiing
Mount Peter Ski Area
West Point Military Academy
Bear Mountain State Park
Hudson River Cruises
Hot Air Ballooning
Woodbury Common Premium Outlets
Shawangunk Wine Trail
Harness Racing Museum/Track