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Sugarloaf River Vacation Rentals Vacation Rentals(6)

6 Results
  • 5 BR,
  • 4 BA,
  • Sleeps 20
(3)
$200 - $250
per night
2 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • 1 HF BA,
  • Sleeps 8
2 night minimum stay
(5)
$150 - $250
per night
2 - 3 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
2 - 3 night minimum stay
  • 4 BR,
  • 3 BA,
  • Sleeps 8
3 - 5 night minimum stay
(3)
$1,204
per week
7 night minimum stay
  • 3 BR,
  • 2 BA,
  • Sleeps 10
7 night minimum stay
1 Review
$450 - $500
per night
2 - 3 night minimum stay
  • 4 BR,
  • 4 BA,
  • Sleeps 10
2 - 3 night minimum stay
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Recent Sugarloaf Reviews

Perfect rental for Sugarloaf getaway

5 of 5
The house was perfect for housing our wedding party and their significant others. Everyone had a place to sleep and for those that wanted to getaway from the group had plenty of space to do their own thing. The location was ideal for being close enough to all that Sugarloaf has to offer without having to deal with the "traffic" of others on the mountain. We would totally booked this again for a friends weekend away.
  • Submitted: Oct 29, 2014
  • Stayed: Oct 2014

Excellent Winter Getaway!

5 of 5
We spent a New Years week skiing on Sugarloaf, and this house was absolutely a great place to stay. We went as a group of friends (our ages varied from 20s to 40s), but I feel this place would be excellent for a family as well. It is very warm and clean. The living and sleeping spaces are spacious, so you feel comfortable everywhere, and everything in the house works! The kitchen has everything you need for a Christmas dinner, the bathrooms are fully stocked and the water is hot, and there is a neat ski storage area downstairs. The ping pong table is another great addition. And of course, the house is very close to Sugarloaf's downhill and X-country. The mountain has an excellent (and cheap) spa and fitness center that we hopped to after skiing, and then were home within five-ten minutes after that. Herschel, the owner, provided good instructions on getting to the house (it's in an uphill community). I would advise if you have little winter driving experience and are driving a rear-wheel car that you bring some chains - the access roads get regularly plowed and sanded, but there is still ice on the road anywhere you go once you get off the highway, as it's Maine after all. We would definitely come back here the next time we ski Sugarloaf!
  • Submitted: Oct 21, 2014
  • Stayed: Dec 2013

Great Home, Great Managers and Owner

4 of 5
My family stayed at this beautiful home for the week of July 4 2013. The house is great, clean, and totally renovated. Feels like a newer upscale home.The pictures don't do the home justice Valerie, the manager, was very helpful, and the owners left a welcome basket. I like to give a full review as a realize that people may travel from afar and should have the best possible idea of what to expect. The home itself was great. We have stayed at rental homes for many years, and this home may very well be the nicest (with central air as well),. The area is very private. It is set on a very scenic lot with a large yard in the back and the lake in the front. There were a couple of issues I would like to point out. The water level on Flagstaff Lake varies greatly. At the time we rented the house, there had been a lot of rain, which raised the water level, as a result, the beach, and many of the island beaches, were underwater. The main problem we had was the mosquito's. We have been going to Maine/NH area for years, but I never had a problem with mosquito's like I did at this home. We used Deet, foggers, Tiki Lamps, none of it helped. I personally counted over 100 mosquito bites, and my 11 year old son, who insisted on going fishing regardless, had many more then that. I heard from some of the locals, that it was a very rainy year, and there were a lot of mosquito's as a result. We also went to Maine a little earlier then we typically do, which may be the reason why the mosquito's were such a problem. The only thing that helped somewhat was that Valerie brought over a fire pit and we kept a bonfire going day and night. There were a couple of warmer days and the mosquito's were less of a problem, only being a nuisance at sunset. I would imagine that later in July or August, the mosquito's would be less of a problem. Overall, the home was great, the manager is great, the lake has good fishing, even off the dock, and while not the best for swimming, it is a great lake for Kayaking with many islands to explore. I feel bad having to mention the mosquito problem, as otherwise everything was great, but they literally drove us indoors for 4 days of our stay. It is a great place for the winter (near Sugerloaf) and probably a great place in mid/end of July through August. but for early July or late June the mosquito's are a real problem. Perhaps building bat houses may help
  • Submitted: May 20, 2014
  • Stayed: Jun 2013