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5704 Somers Point Rd Somers Point Road, Mays Landing, NJ 08330-1668
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#1 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in Mays Landing
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A historic Bed &Breakfast In with a casual dining restaurant, lounge and Dockside dining with a awesome view of the Great Egg Harbor River. Local attractions include Balic winery, Renault Winery, Lucy the elephant, ocean city,NJ beaches, Atlantic City and 30 minutes from Cape May.
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Jill wrote a review Oct 2022
New York19 contributions1 helpful vote
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We stayed here last minute on a Saturday night in October 2022. We booked directly through the hotel rather than Priceline and somehow the total came out $10 more - not a big deal, but why? They also didn’t seem to have anyone dedicated to the hotel, as a bartender helped with our room booking. We had dinner and drinks and the food was decent with good service. The location is pretty but on a busy road. The building itself needs some repairs and some cosmetic touch ups. Our room was comfortable (Minnie Moore room) but the sheets didn’t fit the bed so they kept coming off during the night. The fireplace didn’t work (no gas). Our bathroom was okay but none of the towels matched (all white but didn’t match). The breakfast and coffee bar wasn’t worth anything - no spoons for yogurt, no to-go coffee cups, only dark roast coffee, prepackaged unhealthy muffins. There is so much potential here - the restaurant is decent and the house could be beautiful. Plus it is a historic home. I hope someone gives it some love.
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Date of stay: October 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Bethsoda wrote a review Jul 2022
Kennett Square, Pennsylvania7 contributions1 helpful vote
I read some of the bad reviews and am confused because none of them correspond with my experience. Here’s what I personally think people should know: It’s a lovely historic B&B - yeah, it’s not super fancy, but my room was lovely, with a super comfortable bed, and a window unit air conditioner (which I LOVE because even with central air it was a bit warm for me in this heat wave.) There’s a cute little set up in the hallway with muffins, yogurt, a Keurig, and cold water bottles that you can access at any time. There was no mini-fridge (I didn’t really expect it) in the room, though, so be aware of that. Yes, it’s not staffed 24/7, but the owner or manager is very accessible through text, and for me, personally, I don’t see anything wrong with this. You get a key and can easily go in and out. It WAS a little confusing on check in because the doors were locked and I didn’t know what to do at first, but when I went down to the outdoor restaurant they got the owner/manager right away and she checked me in, showed me where stuff was, and a staff member helped me with my bags. If you are coming in, just know to check down by the restaurant or message them before hand. Also, the price is super reasonable, especially for the lovely location so close to AC and the beach! There’s also another bar/restaurant right across from the b&b. I, personally, would happily stay here again if in this area and would absolutely recommend it to others.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Workout M wrote a review Jul 2022
11 contributions21 helpful votes
Manager was unfriendly at check inn. We felt unwelcome. Room was dark and tiny and not what we expected based on pictures we had seen. There was no closet in the room. The indoor Restaurant is closed in the summer. The outdoor restaurant is a tacky, honky~tonk bar suitable for low budget twenty year olds. We went elsewhere for dinner. When we returned around 10:00 PM the live music at the bar just outside our window was blasting away making sleep impossible. We packed up and left.
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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Roxana D wrote a review Nov 2021
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I would not be writing this particular review if we had not been personally and aggressively confronted by the manager at our check-out while on our way to a family funeral. When we refused to “discuss” our concerns with her at that specific moment, she became more incensed and antagonistic. We secured reservations at the Inn at Sugar Hill in Mays Landing because we needed a place to stay overnight to be local to the funeral site. We told the manager that we were arriving from out of state and may be a late check-in. She stated that she closes-up at 9:00 PM. Armed with that information we decided to have family member, who would arrive earlier, secure our room keys for us. That evening with a “Northeaster” raging, we abandoned our earlier plans, and proceeded directly to the Inn, arriving at 7:25 PM. Since others had our room keys, we thought we could at least get out of the raging rain and wind and sit in a parlor to await their return. However, upon our arrival, we found the entire Inn was dark and locked! In the dark and torrential rain we finally located, by flashlight, an emergency number posted on the building. By this time we were soaked to the bone! The response from the manager on our 7:41 PM “emergency call” was that she left early because of the horrible weather and already was more than 15 minutes away – what did we expect her to do since she had already given the set of room keys to a family member? What did we expect!?? We expected the Inn to be opened until 9:00 as told. We assumed, as guests, that the manager would return to let us into the Inn and so we at least could wait inside for those with our room keys. We expected the minimal hospitality that we assumed would be extended us as paying guests. The Inn at Sugar Hill, billed as a “Bed and Breakfast,” is in a lovely location. Part of the Inn is a restaurant, and during the pandemic, we understand dining has been limited to outside. The parlor and communal rooms on first floor were locked and used for storage. The guest rooms were clean and small as to be expected in an older converted home. However, the guest rooms need some touch-ups (like replacing torn and peeling wallpaper, new fire detectors (the yellowed color usually indicates the fire detector is old, and obsolete) and better carbon monoxide detectors appropriately placed). The “breakfast” part of our B&B consisted of individually wrapped Hostess brand muffins and slices of poundcake, and Keuric coffee. This should be unacceptable given that there is an operational commercial kitchen in the building! Since there is no manager staying on the premises, what happens in case of an emergency like fire, accident, or illness? And, did we say our room was $200+ per night (taxes included). In reviews of this Inn I have found recent accounts from others who have complained about the management and being locked out prior to the “officially stated” closing. So, again, in response to the question of what did we expect--We expected the inn’s management to maintain the stated operational hours, management that knows how to care for customers and create a welcoming environment for guests, management that responds in a calm and responsible way to customer concerns, and management that can respond appropriately to emergencies. We also expected a manager of an Inn to have another set of keys, or at very least a master key! We expected courtesy and professionalism from an enterprise that is based on hospitality -- and that was not what we received. Lastly, given the limited access to the larger Inn, and the lack of an appropriate breakfast, The Inn at Sugar Hill should be advertised as “Guest Rooms Only” not a B&B. What a horrible and disappointing experience!
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Terry DellaVecchia wrote a review Oct 2021
Timonium, Maryland184 contributions73 helpful votes
It could be nice, but it’s not ready for prime time yet. They are working on the first floor, so no sitting area or dining room. The bedrooms are all different and pretty comfortable, with queen beds and private bathroom. Some with the sink in the bedroom some with a slightly larger bathroom. The issue I have is that it’s a “Bed and Breakfast”, therefore I expect breakfast. Not store bought BelVita breakfast cookies and packaged muffins. Yes, they had coffee (thank goodness) and the packaged stuff is available 24/7, but freshly made danish or even donuts from Dunkin, would be better than packaged variety. They did have yogurt and cereal available too, but that just isn’t what a B&B is about. Another issue we had was with the owner, her customer service leaves a lot to be desired! “I’m sorry” tends to go a long way and if she learned that lesson she might do well.
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Date of stay: October 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
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Dharma wrote a review Aug 2021
11 contributions1 helpful vote
The Inn was clean but dated. Get rid of ripped curtains and invest in some shades. Clean up that peeling wallpaper. NO!!! Continental breakfast was sad. Coffee yuk. Just step up and make it a bit classier. Make fresh ground coffee and at least offer real half and half on ice. Have a free happy hour and some more breakfast choices. This real estate is prime! Needs a lot of work but it can be done. Meal by the river was ok. My white wine was served on no ice and no cups. Just brought a bottle to the table and left. Obviously a young untrained person. Don’t forget to manage these ones! There is so much potential! Loved the idea of it but didn’t meet the standard. We made the best of it!
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Laura wrote a review Aug 2020
Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey6 contributions
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We loved our stay at this inn. Our room, the “Captain Babcock” was clean and quaint. The inside of the inn was lovely. The innkeeper, Joe, was very attentive. Even though he could not keep freshly baked muffins and pastries out for the breakfast portion of the stay due to covid, he went out super early to buy prepackaged muffins, bananas, yogurt, and other treats. There was a keurig and half and half available as well. My boyfriend and I loved sitting outside for dinner as it was by the water and there was live music which gave it a great ambiance. We had one slight issue. While waiting to be seated for dinner, the hostess forgot to call us. We had waited a little over an hour and the music and drinks helped us forget how much time had gone by. When I went to check if our table was ready, I noticed they had already set up napkins and silverware on the hostess stand, covering the list of names. They were setting up for the next day and there were about 3 tables available and no one waiting. When I asked if our table was ready, they sat us immediately. Service was great and we were well taken care of so I really think it was just an oversight. Things happen. The food was good as well. I had a crab cake and my boyfriend had a burger. The drinks were pretty strong and we were feeling nice. If ever in the area, it’s definitely a place to check out.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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J & C wrote a review Jul 2020
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My boyfriend and I were looking for a nice, quiet place to get away for a couple of days for his birthday earlier this month. The Inn at Sugar Hill was recommended to us last year, and we decided to give it a try. I'm so glad we did! We enjoyed ourselves so much that our 2 night getaway ended up being a 4 night getaway, and we would've considered even an extra night if our room wasn't booked for the end of the week. The new owner, Yogi, is one of the most kind, sincere and relaxed person we've ever met. He knows his business well, and makes you feel more like family than a guest while staying at his Inn. We stayed in the Senator's Suite, which included a bedroom, a sitting room, a full kitchenette and a private bath. A very spacious suite, very clean upon arrival and a good value all together. My favorite part about staying in this room was that it also included a private, covered, large balcony which also served as a private entrance to the room. We were able to relax, eat, enjoy a glass of wine at any time of the day (rain or shine) while looking at the peaceful view of the river. We were not able to dine at the restaurant during this visit, so I cannot review that part of the establishment. However, on our next trip (and there will be a next) we plan on eating there since during our travels in the area everyone we spoke to had only good things to say about the restaurants food and hospitality. During our stay in Mays Landing we visited some of the wonderful NJ wineries in the area, and went blueberry picking at Blueberry Bills Farm in Hammonton. I highly recommend visiting the Inn at Sugar Hill for a getaway to relax, rejuvenate and enjoy what southern NJ has to offer.
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Date of stay: July 2020
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duke wrote a review Mar 2020
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First time dining here, we sat on the porch overlooking the river. It was dark, so couldn't see very well, but we've passed by in daylite hours, so know that the view is really nice. The Inn has a lot of historical ambiance. The innkeepers are very hospitable, at the end of our meal, before we left, Selda gave us a tour of the rooms. Just beautiful. Our meals were very, very tasty and our server was delightful to talk to, and gave us great service. (Thanks, Spike!) Oh....and Yogi's bread pudding.....yummy !
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Response from yogi Kumar, General Manager at The Inn at Sugar Hill
Responded Mar 8, 2020
Dear finletter, Thank you for your feedback. We are glad that we were able to provide you with an excellent experience. We look forward to your next visit. Yogi & Selda
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Paul M wrote a review Nov 2019
Emerald Isle, North Carolina31 contributions29 helpful votes
Truely not what we expected. First visit and the last. Had meals with shrimp, not fresh but frozen. Jambalia was mediocure at best, The chicken was hard and not very appealing as were the shrimp. Crab bisque was almost tasteless as well as the onion soup. Waiter was new and unsure of his self.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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Response from brassd2017, Owner at The Inn at Sugar Hill
Responded Nov 29, 2019
Dear Paul M. Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry that we unable to provide you with great experience while dining with us. We hope you will give us another opportunity to serve you better. Yogi n Selda Kumar Innkeepers
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United StatesNew JerseyMays Landing
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What are some of the property amenities at The Inn at Sugar Hill?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at The Inn at Sugar Hill?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at The Inn at Sugar Hill?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Inn at Sugar Hill?
Conveniently located restaurants include Sugar Hill Sub & Deli, Ye Olde Mill Street Pub, and Inn At Sugar Hill.
Is The Inn at Sugar Hill located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Mays Landing.