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Recent Sugarloaf reviews
Amazing Condo, Clean, Comfortable
"Just spend a long weekend at Sugarloaf with two other couples. We couldn't have asked for a more clean, comfortable, and nice place to stay. The full size kitchen, and gas fireplace were added bonuses. We will never rent a place off the mountain, or a single hotel room again. I won't get into the details about how amazing the surrounding area and Sugarloaf are, just that I highly recommend visiting the area and staying here."
Guest: Zach R.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: May 7, 2015
"We had a terrific family ski trip to Sugarloaf. The Moose Crossing Condo was perfect for our small (5) group. The condo can accommodate 8 or so. Moose Crossing was clean and well equipped. The beds were comfortable. We had good views of the summit of Sugarloaf from the condo.
Though it was cold and windy at the beginning of our stay (100mph winds and sub zero temperatures at the summit), we enjoyed 4 days of excellent snow conditions. The shuttle and Snubber chairlift to the Base Lodge were an easy walk from the condo, so we did not use our cars for the entire stay. Some of us used the spa and enjoyed the experiences.
We definitely would rent this condo in the future. I had not skied Sugarloaf in nearly 60 years and was impressed with the many changes. Though cold, it was crystal clear, and we could see our favorite 2 mountains: Washington and Katahdin. Thanks to Jeff and Lynn for opening their Sugarloaf retreat to us."
Guest: Laird E.Date of Stay: March 2015Review Submitted: April 2, 2015
Dad with 2 boys, 4 wheeling and bird hunting Oct 2014
"We have been going to the Eustis area for years and am so thankful that we found this home to stay in. In the past, we have stayed at the Spill Over Motel, which was great. But there is no comparison to having your own kitchen and much more room then a motel. The place is very charming and cozy, we really loved it. My 10 year set up his wild life camera and we have video of deer in the back yard which came out around 10:00 PM. We liked it that we were on a private dirt road, away from the main road, but there were a few neighbors in sight just in case you needed something, which we didn't. The lot is nice and private. I liked the location, since I didn't want to be way out in the woods. The place is spotless; the shower is roomy with plenty of hot water. There is a 'bear' theme throughout, which my kids loved. We fished for just a few hours in Flagstaff lake and used the pier at "Pines Market" which is an easy 5 miles north of the property. My sons caught some good sized togue type fish. You can find most anything you need there at that Pines Market. We did not 4 wheel from the property as we were not familiar with trails from that location; instead we headed to the Jim Pond area, which we knew better. If I were to ski Sugarloaf, I would definitely stay here, as it is, as reported, 6.8 miles from the entrance, which translates into just 6-7 minutes as the road is very good. We saw deer at the end of the road during the early AM hours. We were provided with a crock pot & coffee maker and assorted nice dishes and other cook ware as well as a gas grill, which worked great. There is a restaurant right at the entrance to the camp's road "Choplin House"?, but we did not get to try it. It looked like there was a nice pub in there too. It would be walking distance if the weather was favorable, maybe it is 3/10ths of a mile away. For good pizza and sandwiches head north for about a mile and look for the gas station on the left that looks like they would sell other things besides gas. The camp has wood wide pine floors, tongue and grove pine walls and ceilings and looks really good. During warmer weather there is a cute porch with a little TV. I would highly recommend staying here except if you want to stay the dates I want to go next October, and then please stay at the Spill Over :-). You won’t know what you are missing so we will both be happy. I have rented about 6- 8 times through VRBO and have always had great experiences, like w/ this one."
Guest: Gary from MaineDate of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: October 18, 2014