Nearby attractions include the Crown Point State Historical Site and Champlain Memorial Lighthouse, Penfield Museum, and Fort Ticonderoga.  Guests can enjoy day trips to the Lake Placid Olympic Region, Shelburne Museum, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, Ausable Chasm, Adirondack Museum, or a day at the track in Saratoga ~  plus many other activities that the beautiful Adirondack Mountains and Lake Champlain Region have to offer  - boating on Lake Champlain or Lake George - golfing -  fishing - cycling - community theater...

Sugar Hill Manor is open year round. Gift Certificates are available. Please contact us for availability.

Something old, something new….. Sugar Hill Manor offers a beautiful, Victorian setting in which to exchange vows. We can accommodate small, intimate gatherings indoors, or you may reserve our grounds for a larger event. The Manor is also a wonderful location for bridal showers, anniversaries, or other special occasions that you wish to make more memorable.



Innkeepers - Todd & Karen Hennessy

Sugar Hill Manor
225 Sugar Hill Road, P.O. Box 143, Crown Point, N.Y. 12928-0143
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Area Links:  Ticonderoga Area Chamber of Commerce ~ Adirondack Bed & Breakfast Association Lake Champlain Region ~ Fort Ticonderoga

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ocated just off Routes 9N & 22 in historic Crown Point, N.Y., Sugar Hill Manor is an 1878 Victorian home, built by Col. Elmer J. Barker and was once known as Barker's Sugar Hill Farm. Situated on three acres, Sugar Hill Manor Bed & Breakfast offers four nicely appointed and tastefully decorated guest rooms; each with a private bath. Enjoy gracious hospitality, peaceful surroundings and the ambiance of a bygone era. A sumptuous breakfast is served each morning in a spacious and inviting dining room with group or individual seating. Complimentary refreshments are served each afternoon.

A Victorian parlor is available for guests to gather, watch TV and movies or just relax. Guests can enjoy a peaceful walk around the grounds, a quiet visit on the parlor-side porch or a restful respite under the trees in Adirondack chairs.

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