to get your search started for the best and most amazing meals, we at The Norwich Inn have compiled some suggestions for where to start. Look at some of the best restaurants in Vermont near The Norwich Inn.
Here is a preview of some vacation packages that we offer that involve things to do near Dartmouth College.
Near Norwich, VT, we know you’ll find a great brewery or distillery. It’s an excellent area for sampling new beers and sipping unique cocktails. It’s a good thing that you’ll be near a great brewery or distillery when you stay at The Norwich Inn. Marvel at the scenery and enjoy your drinks at some of […]
One of the Norwich and Hanover area’s main attractions is Dartmouth College. One of the exciting things about this college is the enthusiasm and passion behind its sports. Athletic programs are an institution at many universities with long and storied histories. If you are lucky to be staying at the Norwich Inn during the school […]
Vermont Brewery Tours: Explore the Upper Valley Craft beer is a way of life in Vermont’s Upper Valley, where the region’s natural beauty melds flawlessly with the historical significance and artisanal quintessence. And there’s no better example of artistry, history, and beauty than The Norwich Inn, established in 1797. The Norwich Inn is a […]
Support a Historic Microbrewery in Vermont during COVID-19 As Americans strongly surge together through the peak of one of the worst global pandemics in history, it’s hard not to peer ahead to a time of normalcy. One thing is for sure: Coronavirus will change the way that we travel in the coming months, perhaps […]
A Beer Lover’s Bucket List: 6 Must-Visit Vermont Breweries Despite showcasing only 66 taprooms, Vermont has the most breweries per capita in America, according to the Brewers Association. So, it should come as no surprise that the Green Mountain State also produces the largest amount of craft beer per adult, which, in turn, had […]
The 9 Prettiest Covered Bridges in Vermont Vermont is brimming with history as its statehood was granted all the way back in 1791. And in the late 1830s, covered bridges began to “pop up” in various regions, most notably in the densely-forested Upper Valley. There’s something magically romantic and undeniably picturesque about a […]