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A small and quaint village just north of Middlebury. A handful of fun restaurants, a famous swimming hole, and other local attractions.
It's quaint and great. One of the most picturesque towns around. On Main St., you'll find retail boutiques and a couple good restaurants. Like The Emerald Rose and the Bobcat. Above town, north on 116, on the way up to Lincoln, are some of the best swimming holes in all of New England! If you…
A quaint village 25 mins to the east. At the foot of the Green Mountains. Dining and scenic.
Bristol is 'The Gateway to the Green Mountains' with a very quintessential VT village vibe. Shops, stores, restaurants, a brewery, grocery store, pharmacy, and more. Great place to spend a morning with your coffee and a stroll or grabbing lunch or dinner.
Bristol is called the gateway to the Green Mountains for a good reason. The New Haven river runs just south of the village creating a gap between Deer Leap (on the Hogback Mtn. ) and South Mtn. You can see Deer Leap in the picture above, on the right (south) part of the mountain. All of this…