DORSET - A QUINTESSENTIAL VERMONT VILLAGE
"Because...This is what picture-perfect looks like" - Boston Magazine Oct 2009
Just step outside to take in the charm of this Vermont village. The Dorset Inn anchors a divided town green lined with charming white clapboard houses, the gourmet Dorset Union Store and historic Dorset Congregational Church. There is much to do in our small village.
Dorset is home to the Dorset Playhouse offering professional summer stock theatre, the Norcross Quarry, the oldest marble quarry in the United States and local summer swimming hole and the Dorset Village Library. To better appreciate our town's history, pop into the Dorset Historical Society. Year round check out local foods and handcrafted products at Dorset Farmer’s Market. If it's art and antiques you're after, Redux Fine Art & Antiques and Kara Finn Oriental Rugs offer lovely selections. In addition, Flower Brook Pottery, Marie Miller American Quilts and The Dorset Exchange all feature unique gift items. JK Adams offers a fabulous selection of specialty food products, kitchen wares and hand crafted wood items and the family owned H.N. Williams General Store has been servicing the area's needs since 1840.
This is but a small sampling! We are centrally located for day trips all around Vermont. There are many quaint villages and wilderness areas to explore.