In the Spotlight: The Norwich Inn — Norwich, VT

by Jane Reynolds on July 26, 2012

Grounds at The Norwich Inn

Grounds at The Norwich Inn

The historic Norwich Inn — where President James Monroe and Dr. Seuss have both stayed — is a quaint, well-maintained inn with just 38 rooms. Rooms have a cozy New England feel, with floral wallpaper, Victorian antiques, and exposed brick, but they also offer modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Rooms are divided between the Main House, Ivy House, and Walker House, and vary both in size and decor. Though they’re not particularly upscale, they are certainly charming and the inn exudes a welcoming vibe with quaint grounds (leaf-covered in the fall, snow-covered in the winter), friendly innkeepers, and a spot right on Main Street in the quiet town of Norwich. While The Norwich Inn is popular with those visiting nearby Dartmouth College, it also attracts visitors for its on-site brewery, pub, and dining room. See more incredible photos after the jump or read our full review now»

Sitting Room at The Norwich Inn

Sitting Room at The Norwich Inn

Walker House Deluxe King at The Norwich Inn

Walker House Deluxe King at The Norwich Inn

Jasper Murdock Brewery at The Norwich Inn

Jasper Murdock Brewery at The Norwich Inn

Wine Cellar at The Norwich Inn

Wine Cellar at The Norwich Inn

Main Lodge One Bedroom Suite at The Norwich Inn

Main Lodge One Bedroom Suite at The Norwich Inn

Dining Room at The Norwich Inn

Dining Room at The Norwich Inn

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tori scott July 26, 2012 at 4:49 pm

We stayed here for one night during our 25th anniversary New England trip in the Fall of 2008. One of our kid’s friends is a student at nearby Dartmouth college (10 minutes away) and we had an opportunity to visit with him that night too! This is a lovely place, we sat in the living room and enjoyed a cocktail with another guest before dinner. The atmosphere is cozy and friendly and the rooms are spacious and comfortable. I wish we could have spent more time here, but we were off to Martha’s Vineyard the next day!

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