Stay With Us
A cozy, home away from home
Enjoy the laid back atmosphere and comfort of the Sugarloaf Inn. Embracing its warm, vintage architecture, the Sugarloaf Inn combines the intimate charm of a mountain lodge with practical, modern amenities and accommodations.
Historic & Nostalgic, the Sugarloaf Inn is the first choice for guests looking for the most authentic Sugarloaf experience. Built in 1962 & bought by the Sugarloaf Mountain Co in 1970, the Sugarloaf Inn stands as one of the only original lodging options on the mountain. In the following years, the Inn would host the yearly Snow-Makers Ball & remain a mountainside favorite for locals & employees alike.
“They treat you like family, only better” – Chris S.
“Perfect little place. I’m so happy that I chose this place for my weekend stay. I loved how easy it was to check in/out…plus everyone was very friendly and accommodating! Thank you! I’ll definitely book a stay here again when we come back here next year!” – Susan D.
“Exceeded all of our expectations” – Michael M.
What to do in the Sugarloaf area
Recreation & Activities
There is no such thing as an “off-season” at Sugarloaf Mountain. Although most visited for its premiere skiing and snowboarding, the mountain and surrounding area is a hidden gem in the spring, summer and fall months. As the snow melts, the gentle and flat cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails become home to hikers and mountain bikers, as the more experienced outdoorsmen take to the mighty peaks. Sugarloaf Mountain, itself, becomes an outdoor playground for both kids and adults. Ziplining, scenic chair lifts, and segway tours provide new and fun ways to experience the mountain. There are also several local rivers, ponds, waterfalls and the great Flagstaff Lake nearby to cool off and play in. We invite you up to experience Sugarloaf during every season of the year.
We at Sugarloaf Inn are proud to be partners with the Carrabassett Region Chapter of the New England Mountain Bike Association. Thanks to their hard work, mountain bike trail development has exploded recent years. Currently, the Carabasset Valley region holds an impressive network of world-class single track & cross country trails, spanning a whopping 80 miles through the mountains & valley. Stop into the Outdoor Center for bike rentals through Allspeed
Sugarloaf sits in the Bigelow Mountain range & is one of four 4000 foot peaks in the area. The Appalachian trail snakes it’s way around Sugarloaf for adventurous hikers. With that comes a plethora of gentle trails & paths through the foothills & valleys.
Thie Carrabassett Valley region as something for everyone.
Our Inn sits a half mile from Sugarloaf’s own 18 hole golf course.
The links provide golfers with scenic mountain views and an unforgettable experience.
Places to Eat
Sugarloaf inn has several great restaurants nearby in the Summer. Though our in-house restaurant, Shipyard Brew Haus, is closed, a short drive will take you to a variety of places.
Make sure you pack your camera! There’s grand rivers, natural waterfalls, mountaintop views, abundant wildlife, and endless forests. Northern Maine is one of the most beautiful natural settings in the world, and being in Carrabassett Valley, Maine we are in the heart of it.
Stop into the Rack or Sugarbowl for live music & cold beer, most nights of the week. Plan ahead & check with local businesses for hours.