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Guests will feel right at home in this Vermont hideaway complete with service so personalized you completely relax with everything you want at your fingertips.
Twin Farms is a secluded getaway sitting on 300 acres of land with a location dedicated to making your stay as private and serene, or as adventurous and social as you wish. The 20 unique accommodations are decorated with impressive art and character, offering something for every taste. From incredible meals to outdoor adventure to rest and relaxation, this is a place for true rejuvenation. Oh, and did we mention it's all-inclusive?
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Daily full breakfast already included in the rates
House made honey with locally made pottery (value of $150 USD)
Early check-in/late check-out, subject to availability
Rooms + Suites
Each accommodation is uniquely designed.
There are 20 unique accommodations at Twin Farms, including four rooms in the main house, ten free-standing cottages, a 2-bedroom lodge and a 4-bedroom farmhouse. Each accommodation is uniquely designed with its own personality, all with their own wood-burning fireplaces and specialized amenities. Cozy up in the reading area with your favorite book, windows and private views of the beautiful location, and handcrafted confections nightly. All rooms are unique and differ in square footage and amenities which makes Twin Farms feel like your second home. For a small group, we love the farmhouse with its four unique bedrooms, beautiful living room and outdoor area.
Swim and relax.
There is a great gym and wellness program, not to mention all the outdoor activities and daily workout classes offered. Guests can expect to find Technogym cardio equipment, Peloton bike and concept 2 rowing machine, as well as Technogym strength machines, a Kinesis and Step-Squat. Twin Farms also has a dual smith machine freedom rack which allows for light-heavy lifting while providing built-in safety features. While there is no pool, they have a small lake where you can swim and relax and do any of the above-mentioned water activities.
Enjoy complete rejuvenation.
The Bridge House Spa invites guests to enjoy complete rejuvenation and soothing of the soul. We love that their treatments feature products designed by Vermont’s own, Tata Harper and Lunaroma. Plus, wellness doesn’t even have to involve leaving your room with luxurious in-room massages. The Bridge House Body Ritual includes a little bit of everything and leaves you feeling even more relaxed and rejuvenated – highly recommended.
The food and beverage experience is out of this world.
Everything at Twin Farms is extraordinary, but the food and beverage experience is out of this world. It is basically "anything you want at any time" (you can literally order a grilled cheese in the middle of the night if you feel like it!), and they do an in-depth intake of each guest before arrival in order to learn about your preferences and allergies so that they can customize each meal for each guest.
Breakfast is à la carte (do not miss the souffle pancake!) and you can also order it via room service. Lunch is typically a coursed meal that they have created based on what is seasonal and always to match guest preferences. They will also put together picnic lunches (lobster rolls by the lake was our choice), barbecues, or other creative experiences based on your requests and the season. Dinner is also a coursed meal, based on the season and tailored to guest preferences, but you can also request specific things or different formats if you prefer.
Everything they use comes from their garden or somewhere local and they are very aware of where their products are coming from and how they are made. To have such an elevated dining experience in the middle of the woods in Vermont is very special, and definitely a highlight of the experience at Twin Farms.
It's like you've been transported to an exclusive (adults-only) Summer Camp, where everything is perfectly nostalgic and at the same time luxurious without the pretense. Come for the breathtaking scenery and stay for the caviar and champagne.
There is a quaint and picturesque "Library Bar" in the main house near the dining room, and you can order drinks wherever and whenever around the property. Their cocktails are craft and very delicious, and the wine and spirit options are very extensive and high end (and included!). They will pair wines with each meal, or you can ask for something else depending on your preferences. There is a reserve list available at an extra cost.
Who's it for?
This is an adults-only property, but they do designate two weeks of the year as "family weeks" where kids are welcome and they customize some very special experiences for the little ones. Twin Farms allows up to two dogs (100 pounds or less each) in select rooms with a pet fee. They provide sleeping accommodations, blankets, treats, water and food bowls for your furry companions.
Nestled in the woods in Southwest Vermont, Twin Farms is a 3-hour drive from Boston or 5-hour drive from New York City, and 1.5 hours from the nearest commercial airport (Burlington). You can also fly into the private airport in Lebanon which is just a 40-minute drive through the wooded hills of New Hampshire and Vermont to the property.
Be sure to enjoy the Japanese Furo, a bath house in the woods of Twin Farms with healing baths at 104 degrees and absolutely breathtaking views of the forest.
Don't be shy to tell them all your preferences as this allows them to customize your experience even more. They noticed throughout our stay that we were requesting a specific type of wine with every meal, and for our final meal they had gone to the trouble of finding and ordering a Jeroboam (3 Liter) bottle of it for us to enjoy.
Health is a priority with opportunities for hiking, walking, biking, canoeing, and skiing