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The Lodge at Sugar Hollow is great for family gatherings, business retreats, church groups, weddings, and more.
The picturesque wooden barn has been generously renovated. It has 10 guestrooms with 10 private baths and individual thermostats. Each room features international and nature themed décor. Modern kitchen facilities are available for guests to prepare their own meals or for the use of a hired caterer. The spacious dining room and lounge with wet bar, vast lawn and spacious decks provide ample entertaining room for groups of all sizes. A fireplace downstairs offers a comfortable gathering place, and laundry facilities offer additional convenience. Satellite TV and Internet access are included.
Call 800-957-1776 for pricing and reservations.
Please note that all rooms shown below may have a king bed or two twins upon request.
The art of Frederic Remington and Western décor is one of the two second-floor guestrooms with private French doors leading to the Meadow Deck. Fantastic views of white-tailed deer and turkey will great you in the mornings and evenings.
A large bright guestroom with paintings of Indian life, local handicrafts and hand-sewn quilts is the other second-floor guestroom with private French doors leading to the Meadow Deck. It provides the perfect spot for marvelous mountain sunsets framed by forested slopes.
A graceful second-floor guestroom offers expansive views of high ridges in the distance and a green meadow with ancient apple trees. Ansel Adam's photo of Yosemite, spacious country décor and an additional pedestal sink complete this restful room.
This stunning second-floor guestroom boasts of actual photographs of mountain peaks taken in Nepal, a Nepalese rug and Himalayan handicrafts with an additional pedestal sink. The tasteful room presents a view of the sunrise from the east with a play of colors on its white pine ceiling and wainscoting.
A quiet second-floor guestroom offers soft lighting from its high window, artistic white pine table and dramatic pictures of a local owl and a heron in concert with a red cardinal. The comfortable guestroom welcomes birders and naturalists.
A cozy second-floor guestroom with the ambience of junks, rice paddies, and straw hats, wrought iron lamps, colorful quilts, and overhead skylights is ideal for a long peaceful weekend.
A secluded and beautiful first-floor guestroom provides wheelchair accessibility and a large bathroom with handicap accommodations. Its entrance gives quick and easy access to the Lower Deck and Meadow. The colorful combination of hand-sewn quilts; tapestries and local artifacts add a mountain spirit to this enchanting guestroom.
The Cloverview is a special guestroom with its own private entrance and an oversized bathroom, and decorated with Spanish art, wrought iron lamps and local artisans handicrafts. Local wildlife and barefoot enthusiasts share the field of clover outside the room.