Twin Farms


  • Impeccable service
  • Gorgeous rooms
  • Sensational meals


  • Steep prices

Published 07/18/2016

Fodor's Review

Let's just get it out there: Twin Farms is the best lodging in Vermont; if you can afford it (stays begin at well more than $1,000 a night), you'll want to experience it. Four guest rooms are in the beautiful main building, once home to writer Sinclair Lewis and journalist Dorothy Thompson. Two others are in the lodge, and another four are in the farmhouse at Copper Hill. The rest of the accommodations are individual cottages secluded among the property's 300 acres. Each incredible space is furnished with a blend of high art (Jasper Johns, Milton Avery, Cy Twombly), gorgeous folk art, and furniture that goes beyond comfortable sophistication. The included meals are some of Vermont's best, too, and the suave, relaxed service definitely is. Rates include all meals, alcohol, and activities—take your experience to another level with a visit to the spa.

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2014 Hotel
Award Winner 2014

Hotel Information


452 Royalton Tpke., Barnard, Vermont, 05031, USA

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Hotel Details:

  • Closed Apr.
  • 10 rooms and suites, 10 cottages
  • Rate includes: All-inclusive

Published 07/18/2016


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