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Twin Farms

At a Glance

    Pros

  • impeccable service
  • stunning rooms
  • sensational meals

    Cons

  • incredibly steep prices

Twin Farms Review

Let's just get it out: Twin Farms is the best lodging in Vermont. And if you can afford it—stays begin at well over $1,000 a night—you'll want to experience it. Four rooms are in the beautiful main building, once home to writer Sinclair Lewis; two more are in the lodge; another four are in the farmhouse at Copper Hill. The rest are individual cottages, secluded among the property's 300 acres. Each incredible accommodation 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 the best in Vermont. The service—suave, relaxed—definitely is. Prices include all meals, alcohol, and activities. The Out of the Woods Spa takes it to yet another level.

2010 Fodor's 100 Hotel Award Winner

The service is impeccable at this country estate in the heart of Vermont. In summer, guests hike, bike, swim, and fish; and in winter, skiing, snow-shoeing, and ice skating are par for the course. While guests stay active, the hotel staff prepares thoughtful touches, like picnic baskets for the end of the hike, and bonfires on winter nights.

    Hotel Details

  • 10 rooms, 10 cottages.
  • Rate includes all-inclusive.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Apr.
Updated: 12-23-2013

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