The Charm of Lyme
Our Village has so much to offer. Its Congregational Church, built almost 200 years ago, has
extraordinary interior woodwork. Its bell was cast by Paul Revere and you can hear its chimes
on the hour with its traditional sounds. Near the church is the longest line of contiguous
horsesheds in New England. 50 sheds were built in 1810 by the son of the builder of the church,
but only 27 remain, which still show the inscribed names of the original owners. Across the
street of the church lies an ancient cemetery with beautifully carved dated headstones dating
back to the early 1700's. See more about Lyme, NH at
Neighboring Places of Interest
Dartmouth College, eight
miles south in Hanover, offers a cohesive architectural montage which combines the tradition of
its eighteenth century heritage and state-of-the-art computer and medical technology.
The Hood Museum
is one of the country's finest college museums, while the Hopkins Center offers performing arts.
Baker Library houses more than two million books and the Orozco Murals are on its first floor walls.
Hanover, NH has many
specialty and fine shops. Norwich,
Vermont, just one mile west over the Connecticut River, is a quaint village, with its unique country
store, Dan & Whit's. Enfield, NH
on Mascoma Lake, is the home of the Shaker Museum.
The Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
in Lebanon, N.H., is New England's finest medical facility, and is the teaching institution for Dartmouth's
Woodstock, Vermont is the
destination for many culture-conscious travelers. Art galleries, crafts centers, shops and restaurants
abound in this special New England village 40 minutes from Lyme on Route 4 in Vermont.
Saint Gaudens, National Historic Site,
Route 12a, Cornish New Hampshire, 603-675-2175
The Antiques Collaborative
at Waterman Place, Route 4, Quechee, Vermont, 802-296-5858
Antiques Market, Route 12a, West Lebanon, New Hampshire, 603-298-8132
Quechee Gorge Village Rt. 4,
Quechee, Vermont, located in the heart of the Quechee Gorge, was originally established in 1985 as a Woodsman
Musuem, Country Store, and Antique Mall. It has evolved into one of the premier shopping attractions in the
state of Vermont, featuring antiques, collectibles, and craft dealers - 802-295-1550.
Nugget Theatres, 57 South
Main St., Hanover, New Hampshire, 603-643-2769
Theatres, Miracle Mile, Lebanon, New Hampshire, 603-448-6660
Hampshire League of Craftsmen, 13 Lebanon St., Hanover, N.H., 603-643-5050
State Craft Center at Windsor House, 54 Main St., Windsor, VT, 802-674-6729
King Arthur Flour Baker's
Store, Rt. 5, Norwich, VT, 802-649-3361
Sports and Outdoor Activities
You'll love the abundance of sports nearby at any time of the year, including Golf, Hiking, Biking,
Swimming and Picnicking, Tennis, Canoeing, Fly-Fishing, Alpine Skiing, Cross-Country Skiing and
Snow-mobiling. Our staff will happily make the necessary arrangements.
While you're with us, we want you to make yourself at home - in your room, around the Inn, or in the
neighborhood. We're here to make your stay pleasant and will do everything to satisfy any special request.
Pond, our town pond, offers a soft sandy beach for swimming and a fun playground for kids. It also
has large outdoor tennis courts and basketball courts for a bit of outdoor fun. In the winter months guests
can visit Dartmouth for indoor swimming and sports.