Sugar Loaf Bed and Breakfast

Address: 16 Pines Hill Road, Sugar Loaf, New York, 10981, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 16 Pines Hill Road, Sugar Loaf, is near Bear Mountain State Park, Museum Village, The Golf Club at Mansion Ridge, and Monroe Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Sugar Loaf

Tarrytown Highlights: Sunnyside and Lyndhurst

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Oct 18, 2014

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... the country, it was not a mansion so it didn't take that long to see it...or as much of it as was available to view.

On the other hand, Lyndhurst, being a proper mansion, had a lot to see - both in terms of space and objects. I especially liked that Jay Gould, probably the most famous owner, called upon his friend Louis Tiffany to supply various stained glass windows and other marvelous features. I don't know if ...

3 Weeks to go

A travel blog entry by veduk14 on Jun 10, 2014

Booking the flight at the 12 week mark, it seemed as though it was just a distant idea that I would get to when the time came. Well, the time did come around the 5 week mark when those I was going to stay with said "What's the plan?!" Oh! That's right...I am going on a trip and I do have to prep things prior to said trip. So, without hesitation and with no shame to those whom I asked to stay with (thank you!), the itinerary planning began.
Now at the 3 week mark, ...

Living in an Amish Paradise

A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

... off. After four hours of driving in the morning, we finally began seeing fields being plowed by men in plain colored clothing wearing straw hats and overalls. Also, who could mistake a buggy for a car (to clarify confusion, the gray covered buggies are the Amish while the black covered buggies are Mennonites). As we crept further along these rural roads, the surroundings became more and more beautiful and scenic along the backdrop of ...

The Word 'Travel' Has Many Meanings, Ya Know

A travel blog entry by rangerrick247 on Jun 26, 2013

... in detail, I just want to say that this is where my love for travel comes from. I don’t know if it’s really a genetic thing, especially since if it were true, I’d be taking it from my father. Whatever it may be, it is such a passion. In a few months, I will be leaving for the Army as an Officer Candidate and Ranger hopeful. Whatever the outcome may be, I am hoping to travel with (or without) a passport to various countries no matter what my duty may ...

Tag-Teaming

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Nov 03, 2010

... with the show.

We all stayed in the Ramada in Wayne, and enjoyed some burgers at Cheeseburger in Paradise the night before. The hotels fantastic breakfast fueled our morning, which fortunately was not too early. We were scheduled to arrive at 7:15, which we did, but we waited outside for a while waiting to be let in the school. Once we were in, a couple sixth graders in choir "helped" us bring some equipment in, but after that, ...