-Year incorporated or chartered: 1761
-Unincorporated villages and settlements: E. Dorset, S. Dorset
The Aerie Inn of Vermont - Beautifully secluded on 23 acres of meadow and woodland, The Eyrie is situated just off scenic Route 7, seven miles north of Manchester Center, Vermont.
Barrows House - If you're looking for a perfect place to stay in Vermont, Barrows House has the ideal accommodations for you and your family. Classic, romantic rooms, suites with fireplaces and kitchens, all with private baths.
Dorset Inn - Welcoming guests since 1796, the Dorset Inn is Vermont's oldest continuously operated inn. It has recently undergone extensive renovation and restoration resulting in a successful blending of existing colonial elements with just the right amount of modern conveniences.
Inn at West View Farm - The Inn's restored farmhouse offers the amenities of a full service inn in a beautiful pastoral setting. Each of our guest rooms offers a comfortable sitting area where you can unwind, then snuggle beneath our luxurious comforters as you settle in for a restful night.
Squire House - At the end of a long driveway off a quiet country road, Squire House is on eleven private acres in a classic Vermont village.
Barrows House - The eclectic regional cuisine features fresh local ingredients presented with flair. Vegetarian and special dietary needs are met in imaginative ways. Weddings, rehearsal dinners, family reunions, and small business conferences become special delights done Vermont country-style.
Dorset Inn - We serve dinner seven days a week (except in winter months - closed Monday and Tuesday) in the popular Tavern or the more formal Dining Room.
Inn at West View Farm - Plan to come for dinner at the Inn at West View Farm. Our noted Auberge dining room is wonderfully romantic with an old-time charm while Clancy's Tavern provides a more casual atmosphere and menu.