-Year incorporated or chartered: 1762
-Population at the 2000 census: 3788
-Home to author John Elder and artist Jim Cunningham
-The town was originally called Pocock, after Admiral Sir George Pocock.
-Roughly half the town lies in the Green Mountain National Forest.
-Home to the Lord's Prayer Rock, supposedly inscribed by Dr. Joseph Greene in 1891
The Bristol Coach House Bed and Breakfast - This early 1800's home is inviting for its relaxed atmosphere and casual comfort. Guests can recline in the large porch swing, or rock the day away in the rocking chairs surrounded by flowers as the locals do their comings and goings.
Crystal Palace Victorian Bed & Breakfast - The Crystal Palace offers six beautifully decorated and uniquely characteristic rooms that exhibit a charm to delight different tastes, as well as, a cozy suite complete with private bath.
Inn at Baldwin Creek - bed and breakfast - Four comfortably furnished bedrooms are located on the second floor of the Inn. Three of the rooms offer a queen bed. There is also a two-room suite with a king size bed in the main room and and an adjoining sitting room with a trundle day bed which easily converts to two twin beds. Our four bedrooms each have private baths.
Bristol Cliffs Cafe
Mary's Restaurant -Our imaginative cuisine reflects Vermont's changing seasons. As a founding member and president of the Vermont fresh network, Chef/owner Doug Mack assures Mary's commitment to supporting family farms and local producers.
Wokky's Chinese Restaurant