The Inn has been located on Main Street since 1797, and in the current Victorian structure since 1890. Offering 40 guestrooms, a pub and dining room known as Jasper Murdock's Alehouse and a microbrewery featuring hand-crafted English ales, sold only on-site. The classic Vermont inn, nestled in the hamlet of Norwich, sits right across the river from Dartmouth College while feeling worlds away. Far from your typical hotel; their own quaint and history-steeped atmosphere is what keeps drawing loyal guests back time after time.
In Norwich, the town green is still an active meeting place, the street names are engraved onto marble stakes and the Historical Society is open three whole days a week. The Norwich Inn is perfectly positioned in the middle of all of Norwich’s small town glory. Dan and Whit’s, the most famous general store in Vermont, is next door, with King Arthur Flour and the Montshire Museum of Science right down the street.