Towns – Norwich

Norwich, Vermont 05055

Norwich, Vermont Inn Lodging Dining Realty & Attractions

Norwich VTSouth Central Vermont community NorwichNorwich is a classic Vermont community. Norwich is located just west of Hanover, NH and is one of Vermont’s more desirable towns for relocating due to its charming village, and close proximity to Dartmouth College, DHMC, Downtown Hanover, West Lebanon, NH and Interstates I-91 and I-89.

Norwich Inn, Norwich Vermont Inn Lodging,
The Norwich Inn, 325 Main Street, Norwich, VT 05055 | 802-649-1143
The Norwich Inn is a historic Vermont inn located just across the river from Hanover, New Hampshire. An Inn has been on the site since 1797; the current Victorian Structure since 1890. We offer 38 guestrooms, Pub, Dining Room, and Microbrewery. The Brewery at the Norwich Inn is one of the top VT breweries - all Jasper Murdock Ales and craft beer are brewed on premises.
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Joanne Kent, Broker Associate, Four Seasons Sotheby's International Realty, 17 ½ Lebanon St, Hanover, NH 0375 | 802-345-8736 or 603-643-6070

Licensed in both Vermont and New Hampshire, serving the Upper Valley Region: Hanover, Lebanon, NH / Norwich, Woodstock & Barnard, VT. One of the finest real estate companies in New England.
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Norwich was the location of the state’s first country grammar school in 1785. The first settlers to winter in Norwich were here in the winter of 1765. The first saw mill on the Blood Brook began operation in 1766. The public school building that currently sits on the Norwich Village Green was built in the late 19th century. The Norwich Inn, at 325 Main Street was established in 1797. The Inn is still in operation today and offers lodging and dining 7 days a week. Norwich Academy was originally located here in Norwich. The ALS&M Academy was established in Norwich by Captain Alden Partridge in 1819. The Academy was Chartered by the Vermont Legislature as Norwich University in 1835. After the burning of the South Barracks in 1866, the University moved to Northfield, Vermont. Norwich, Vermont is a growing community. The population has jumped from approximately 1,600 residents in 1960 to more than 3,600 today. Many Norwich residents commute to nearby New Hampshire. Dartmouth College, The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center and busy West Lebanon are all within an easy commute.


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Chartered: 1761
County: Windsor
Norwich, VT Population:
2010: 3,414

GPS Coordinates:
Latitude: 43.4349
Longitude: -72.1811

Norwich, VT Local Information
Norwich Town Offices: 802-649-1419

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