When you stay with us in Norwich, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the wonders of the Upper Valley; the region spanning both the Vermont and New Hampshire sides of the Connecticut river. The land here is fertile with farmer’s markets, rich with adventure, and seeded with superb cultural institutions. Come and enjoy.
Settle into the Upper Valley
The Connecticut River, forming the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire, was the first major highway to serve the region. This scenic valley offers a Hanover area vacation destination featuring culture, history and scenic splendor. The Norwich Inn is located in the heart of the region, and with easy access to Interstate 91 it is a destination convenient for your next New England vacation.
Whether visiting area attractions such as King Arthur Flour, Woodstock and Quechee or attending events at Dartmouth College, the Inn can serve as a base of operations for your Hanover area lodging and dining needs.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and Hanover, New Hampshire based technology companies and agencies such as Hypertherm, and CRREL are all located less than 5 miles from the Inn.
Looking for things to do in Norwich? Look here.
The Norwich Inn stands out among other hotels near Dartmouth college for our proximity to all kinds of adventures. How do you like to wander?
For the Intellectual
Dartmouth College is located 1.3 miles from the Inn. Stroll underneath the Orozco murals in the Baker Library, take in a public lecture, or relish the view across the classic college green of this Ivy League institution, founded in 1769.
For the Adventurer
Step off our front porch and onto a stretch of the Appalachian Trail. Dip a kayak, canoe, or stand up paddleboard into the mighty Connecticut River, and speed off to one of many local ski mountains in winter, or rent an Electric Bike from one of our local partners
For the Foodie
Discover King Arthur Flour’s flagship campus in Norwich, less than a mile from the Inn. Come visit The Baker’s Store; take a class at our state-of-the-art Baking Education Center; and watch the bakers at work in our busy bakery. Plus, enjoy a savory meal or simply a pastry and coffee at the popular café.
For the Collector
The original Simon Pearce factory store and restaurant, located in nearby Quechee, Vermont. Watch their world-renowned glass being blown in the shop and enjoy prosecco out-of-the-house glasses, or a coffee in one of their pottery mugs.
For the Family
Norwich’s Montshire Museum of Science attracts children and adults from far and wide with their hands-on approach to learning the natural sciences. Watch bees at work inside their hive, or memorize species of woodland animals.
For the Festive
To the South, Artisans Park in Windsor invites revelers to the Harpoon brewery, Silo distillery and more for those looking for a good time. In warmer months enjoy river rafting down the Connecticut set up by Great River Outfitters.