4.2 on March 05, 2012
The Norwich B&B is a very nice place to spend a quiet weekend in a comfortable, clean, spacious, and quiet location. The innkeeper is friendly without being intrusive, so we felt quite welcome. We enjoyed our stay so much that we already have made plans for another visit.
4.8 on November 21, 2011
Arrangements had been made by classmate/fraternity brother and his wife, who had stayed here, for our 40th. My wife and I have stayed in bed and breakfasts in Indiana and Illinois. The service here was excellent, accommodations very comfortable, and the view/walks were all part of the Dartmouth Outing experience. Thank You.
3.8 on September 28, 2011
Wonderful hosts. We really spent time in great conversation. Breakfasts lingered with fascinating discussions. Incredible deep country silence all night, just a faint hum of insects and oh the stars...
4.4 on September 26, 2011
We've stayed at the Norwich Bed & Breakfast 3 times so far - mostly because we're big fans of King Arthur Flour at the other end of town. We love this place for so many reasons. Bob is excellent in providing amazing service - if anyone was born to be an innkeeper it's him! We almost always stay in the Ladd Room - it faces onto the front yard and the road, but Bradley Hill Road is so out of the way that you won't hear anyone bothering you with car noises any time of day. Last time we stayed in the Dartmouth Suite on the 3rd floor and that faces onto the road completely. The only thing I didn't like about that room is that the bathroom is not directly in the room but just out but I was about 7 months pregnant at the time so that made for some slight annoyances. Bob is a great cook - there's more choices for breakfast than you could ask for. He's also great about suggesting places to go in the neighborhood - we checked out the food coop in Hanover, NH (by Dartmouth). Place is spotless and food is amazing. Each time we've stayed, we've had one dinner at the B&B and another few meals either at KA Flour or the Norwich Inn. There isn't much variety outside of few choices at the Norwich B&B but what is prepared is amazing. I will attest that the lamb is amazing. Like most decent B&Bs this place isn't cheap but you can save some bucks by reserving on either here or with specials available on B&B's site. Just make sure you do it well enough in advance - that way you get the room you want.
5 on September 18, 2011
Our overnight at Norwich Bed and Breakfast was as good as it gets. Our suite was comfortable, immaculate with a warm ambience. We enjoyed our meals, especially the wonderful breakfast with the best eggs ( they raise their own chickens) we ever had. The country setting couldn't be better. And we especially enjoyed being with Bob and Britta. We'll be back!
4.6 on August 10, 2011
We had a great stay at the Norwich Bed and Breakfast. It was a lovely and low - key week. Our suite was great and the breakfasts were wonderful. The eggs were from the chickens on the property and were delicious. The perfect place to get a way from it all!! We plan to go back next year.
2.4 on May 18, 2011
The Norwich B & B advertises itself as a working family farm. It is not. We had selected this B & B because we wanted to support a family farming operation (we are one as well) and were a bit dismayed when we arrived to see that it, in fact, is not a working farm at all. It also advertises gourmet meals (dinners) prepared on site by the proprietor(s), upon request. We were going to have a small dinner party at the "farm", hosting some friends from up north, but decided against when we saw the arrangements. It was a bit disappointing on many fronts.
4.6 on May 09, 2011
We stayed with Britta and Bob for Freshman Parent's week-end. The B&B was wonderful and the hospitality terrific. Breakfast each morning was fantastic along with the conversation with the other guests (also Dartmouth families). On Saturday evening, we arranged for a private dining event and hosted two other families and their daughters to a wonderful evening. Britta and team served a fabulous 4-course meal in an elegant, homey ambience.
5 on April 11, 2011
Bob was wonderful. He couldn't have been a more gracious host. The room was comfortable and every need had been provided for. Breakfast was amazing. We had a dog and a one year old in the party and Bob made it easy to have them along with us. We will definitely be back again.
3.0 on April 05, 2011
The room was spacious and comfortable. Not exceptionally clean but neat and tidy. The breakfast was excellent and the inn keepers extremely pleaasant. The setting was beautiful but the actual "inn" was merely a family home where kids bedrooms were upgraded. The disappointment for us was that it did not meet our expectation of a rural VT B & B.
4.6 on February 16, 2011
Excellent staff, very clean and inviting. Breakfast was delicious. Enjoyed every moment of our stay!
5 on June 24, 2009
Wonderful hosts, charming inn, and scrumptious breakfasts! Located in a beautiful country setting however close to all the sights and activities close by! We will definitely return here!
5 on February 01, 2009
Dinners were delightful at this 130 year old Vermont inn. There were sheep in the pasture and free range chickens in the yard. We were 3 miles from Dartmouth College and King Arthur Flour where I took a baking class. Quite the respite I needed.
5 on April 12, 2008
The view is spectacular and the farm animals delightful. Bob's breakfasts feature the eggs we gathered from the chickens that morning. What a wonderful place.