Sugarloaf has lots of great lodging options. Stay directly on the slopes just a few steps from the lifts, in the alpine village, or stay in town at one of the many condos, charming hotels or quaint bed and breakfasts.
Nestlewood Inn – A hidden gem in Carrabassett Valley, this newly constructed log cabin offers luxurious accommodations, each with a private bath and their own unique style. Stay far enough away from the crowded base of the mountain that you avoid the noise and crowds, but close enough that Sugarloaf isn’t too far away. Start each day with a home cooked breakfast and come back from the slopes to enjoy fresh cookies and warm tea as you relax in the great room.
Sugarloaf Mountain Hotel – Located in the Alpine Village, this full service is hotel is right in the heart of everything going on in Sugarloaf. Surround yourself with Maine’s gorgeous mountains as you enjoy private baths, and luxurious guest rooms.
Three Stanley Avenue – This adorable bed and breakfast is located in the quaint Victorian town of Kingfield. It was built by Baynard Stanley, youngest brother of the Stanley twins. It houses six beautiful guest rooms, three with private baths, and is the perfect place to call your home away from home.
Herbert Grand Hotel – Located on the Carrabassett River, the Herbert Grand was built in 1918, and played host to wild parties for Maine politicians and the elite during the Prohibitian-era. The parties are rumored to have been so wild that some guests never leave and haunt the site to this day. Today the hotel continues to provide amazing service to those going out to enjoy Sugarloaf and Saddleback.
Sugarloaf Inn – Offering ski in/ski out access, Sugarloaf Inn’s main entrance is just feet from the lifts at Sugarloaf Mountain. Never be far from the mountain or all that it has to offer at this great hotel. Enjoy their on site restaurant for some great night life!
Mountain Village Farm Bed and Breakfast – This quaint farmhouse offers beautiful guest rooms with private baths, a living room with a fireplace, perfect for warming your hands and feet after a long day on the slopes, and a breakfast cafe. Enjoy panoramic views of Maine’s high peaks, and make use of the on site cross country skiing and snowmobile trails. Start each day with a fresh breakfast, including produce frosh from their farm!Tags: Feature