So Near, Yet So Far
So Near everything in the Upper Valley…..So Far from the routine chain experience
Spring “college visit” season is upon us. Whether you’re planning to tour the Dartmouth College campus, visit your favorite college student, or simply explore what Norwich and nearby Hanover have to offer, you’ll discover a one-of-a-kind historic Vermont inn just one mile from campus. Here are five reasons to stay at The Norwich Inn for your Dartmouth College visit:
1. Location, Location, Location!
The Norwich Inn’s proximity to the area’s top attractions makes our Vermont inn your ideal “home base,” regardless of the season. We’re less than a mile from the world-famous King Arthur Flour, approximately one mile from Dartmouth College, four miles from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, and less than 30 minutes from Woodstock, a quintessential Vermont village. Our historic Vermont inn is only a minute from the New Hampshire border, the serene Connecticut River, and Interstate 91 – you’ll always be in the midst of what’s happening in the Upper Valley.
2. New Chef, New Menu, New Dining Room
Experience our dining room’s recent restoration as well as the fare of new Executive Chef Scott Liberty. Enjoy a culinary journey inside our cozy, historic dining room or the bustling Pub where our Jasper Murdock Ales are piped to the taps directly from our on-site brewery. Indulge in grilled grass-fed filet mignon, a grilled Faroe Island salmon fillet, succulent prime rib, or the wicked Whistling Pig Ale Cheddar Burger.
3. The New England Experience
Steeped in history, The Norwich Inn captures the essence of the region. Dartmouth graduate, Colonel Jasper Murdock originally built the Inn in 1797. After a devastating fire, the historic Vermont inn was rebuilt 129 years ago in 1890. The inn still exudes its original Victorian charm to go along with new lodging buildings, the Walker House and Ivy Lodge.
4. The Brewery
The Norwich Inn is home to Jasper Murdock Ales, one of the oldest Vermont breweries. Whether you’re a craft beer aficionado or just curious about the brewery’s operations, you’ll find an ale that perfectly befits your palette. You’ll also discover a wide variety of rotating taps, including a traditional English style cask ale. Each beer has its own story; many of which were first brewed for special events!
5. Free, Free, Free, Free!
We provide our guests with free Wi-Fi, parking, exercise room, and phone calls to U.S. and Canada!
Our Historic Vermont Inn
Make The Norwich Inn your college visit headquarters by giving us a call today at 1-802-649-1143 or visiting us online at NorwichInn.com. We also recommend browsing through our Vermont getaway specials, which includes the popular “Visit Dartmouth College Special.”