Sugar Hill Inn

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At the historic Sugar Hill Inn, guests have been surprised to see an elderly couple enter the inn and float right through a set of closed doors. The shadow of a man also appears near where Mr. Oakes, a former owner, passed away.

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Geographic Information

Address:
116 New Hampshire 117
Sugar Hill, NH 03586
United States

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GPS:
44.2317557, -71.76263169999999
County:
Grafton County, New Hampshire
Nearest Towns:
Franconia, NH (0.8 mi.)
Sugar Hill, NH (2.2 mi.)
Bethlehem, NH (5.0 mi.)
Littleton, NH (5.2 mi.)
Easton, NH (6.1 mi.)
Deerfield, NH (7.2 mi.)
Lisbon, NH (7.5 mi.)
Bath, NH (11.0 mi.)
Benton, NH (11.2 mi.)
Carroll, NH (11.9 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://sugarhillinn.com/

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