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Bridport, Vermont

Named after the English Channel bordering town of Bridport, England, the Vermont version has its own water border in the form of Lake Champlain. Located just to the west of Middlebury, one of the primary features of Bridport today is a migratory viewing area that is located along the Dead Creek.

Back in the day (1759), Bridport was also the location of the initial section of the Crown Point Road, which was constructed by British troops to connect with Fort Number 4, near Charlestown, New Hampshire.


-Year incorporated or chartered: 1761



Inn at Lovers Lane - We offer three very comfortable rooms, including one suite, all with private baths, several common rooms and a spacious deck for relaxing, and expansive grounds where you can kick off your shoes and further unwind.

Lemon Fair Bed and Breakfast - The Lemon Fair Bed and Breakfast features four bedrooms on eight acres of lawn and gardens. Built in 1793, the house served as the town's first Congregational Church meeting place.


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