Inn Status: Vermonters Now; Restrictions for some Out-of Staters; Restaurant Open Thurs-Sun


The State of Vermont is gradually loosening restrictions for travelers to our beautiful region. The Norwich Inn can welcome back:

  • Citizens of Vermont  with no restrictions as can Travelers who come from an out-of-state county with a similar active COVID-19 caseload as Vermont as identified by the Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development.
  • Travelers from a high-risk area not identified as having a similar active COVID-19 caseload if they complete a quarantine in Vermont or in their home state before arriving at a lodging property. Click Cross State Travel Information to see the latest on caseload intensity as it relates to quarantine requirements. This information is updated weekly on Mondays.
  •  Travelers who complete either: (i) complete a 14-day quarantine; or (ii) complete a 7-day quarantine followed by a negative test – in their home state and enter Vermont without further quarantine restrictions if they drive directly from their home via their personal vehicle. They may also meet these requirements in a Vermont lodging establishment regardless of destination origin or manner of travel.
  • Those traveling to or from Vermont for authorized work, whether they are a Vermonter or a non-resident traveler, can enter Vermont without quarantining.

Vermont Operators shall require a copy of a drivers license or a signed document from the guest(s) attesting they meet the quarantine requirement, are citizens of Vermont, have traveled from an out-of-state  county with a similar active COVID-19 caseload per ACCD, or are an essential/authorized worker. All guests must also complete a health questionnaire. The Inn will provide you a form prior to your your arrival or at check-in that meets both these criteria.
While not required, Vermont Operators recommend that out-of-state guests register with Sara Alert to get daily reminders via text, email or phone from the Vermont Department of Health.


Jasper Murdock’s Alehouse is now open, starting at 4:30 Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday Evenings. We plan to expand our hours of operation as our world continues to adjust to Covid-19. We will have socially distanced seating available on our patio and in the Pub.
Monday-Thursdays we will have our Bar open and be offering small appetizer plates but our kitchen will not be open. You can place orders at the bar and find a place to relax outside on our patio or one of our porches. Reservations will not be needed on these evenings but we are required to take your contact information when you order your drinks.  All the State requirements will be followed—and then some.

We have put together a special

Please call the inn for details 802-649-1143

We miss you and when you come, be assured we will follow the enhanced standards of safety being established by the American Hotel & Lodging Association.

To reserve:
or call 802-649-1143

How To Book

To book a vacation package for your next Norwich, Vermont getaway, email us at or call 802-649-1143

For all Norwich Inn vacation packages, the following conditions apply: (1) Taxes and gratuities not included, unless stated in above packages (2) not applicable in conjunction with any other discounts or promotions (3) new reservations, only (4) subject to availability.

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