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How far is Hanover Inn from downtown Hanover?

Hanover Inn is practically in the downtown area. It's situated right across the street from Dartmouth Green and within walking distance of Hopkins Center and Hood Museum of Art. Walk down Main St. to explore the vibrant restaurants, bars, shopping outlets, and nightlife.

What dining options are available at Hanover Inn Dartmouth?

Indulge in a Tuscan-style American cuisine caringly prepared by our Executive Chef at the PINE restaurant. Dine in our casual indoor ambiance or enjoy the views from the outdoor patio. All our food is prepared from locally-sourced ingredients and keeping sustainability in mind.

What are the check-in and check-out times at Hanover Inn Dartmouth?

Hanover Inn is open to guests 24/7 throughout the year. Due to our high cleanliness standards, we require a few hours between check-outs and check-ins. The check-in timing in Hanover Inn Dartmouth is 3:00 PM, while check-out time is until 11:00 AM. Early check-ins and late check-outs are subject to availability and the season.

What wedding amenities can I expect at the Hanover Inn?

Hanover Inn Dartmouth combines New England's rich cultural history and modern 21st-century conveniences in its neo-Georgian enclosure. Our diligent team will ensure that you receive the best on your big occasion:
  • Designated wedding coordinators
  • Linens and overlay
  • China, glassware, and silverware
  • Complimentary cake cutting
  • Complimentary Bridal Suite
  • Complimentary champagne
  • Individual wedding tastings
  • Special guest room rates
  • Our local vendor list for your convenience

What is the history of Hanover Inn Dartmouth?

Hanover Inn has as illustrious a history as Dartmouth College, the hotel's current owner. The property was originally a tavern in 1780, rebuilt as a hotel in 1901, and extensively renovated in 2011.
The neo-Georgian structure holds invaluable treasures like Dartmouth's alumni memorabilia, original artworks from the Hood Museum, old New Hampshire furniture, and the 2,800-pound signature handcrafted granite table and fireplace adorning the lobby. The hotel is currently a proud member of the Historic Hotels of America.