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We want Twin Farms to become your second home — with amenities and services that make your stay as adventurous and social, or serene and private as you wish. We attend to every detail in the background so you feel like the entire property is yours. View All Amenities

Cottages

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Cottages

Secluded amid 300 wooded acres, our ten freestanding cottages comfort and inspire with fireplaces and screened porches — each a unique setting for reflection and romance.

Aviary

The contemporary Peter Bohlin designed structure provides seclusion and tranquility in an architectural marvel.

Features

  • 950 square feet.
  • Stone hot tub.
  • Fireplace.
  • Woodstove.
  • 2 levels.
  • Floor to ceiling windows.
  • Mid-century furnishings.
  • Rich with wood and leather.
  • Constructed of glass stone and cedar timber.
  • Natural stone hot tub beside a fieldstone fireplace.
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Barn

The spacious setting revolves around the stone fireplace, reaching from the floor to the exposed rafters on the ceiling.

Features

  • 1350 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • 2 levels.
  • Constructed in the style of a traditional Scandinavian.
  • Expansive views of the countryside.
  • Soaring 18-feet high cathedral windows.
  • Fireplace that opens onto the living room and bedroom.
  • Balcony loft beam.
  • Every corner exudes charisma through playful art.
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Chalet

You might request every meal in the secluded Alpine chalet tucked on the edge of the ski slope with views of Mount Ascutney.

Features

  • 3000 square feet.
  • hot tub on porch.
  • 2 fireplaces.
  • 2 bathrooms.
  • 2 levels.
  • extra bed.
  • Oversized furnishings.
  • Floor to ceiling fieldstone fireplace.
  • A circular mosaic tile shower decorates one bathroom.
  • Double soaking tub and separate shower.
  • 18th century Burgundian limestone flooring.
  • Hand-thrown glazed tiles color the bedroom fireplace.
  • Swiss detailing in the handrails.
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Log Cabin

Enveloped in a pine forest, this authentic log cabin offers unparalleled seclusion.

Features

  • 900 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • Fine cabinetry.
  • Modern soaking tub, shower.
  • Granite surfaces.
  • Intricate twig work.
  • Hand hewn hickory and oak support an exuberant dog theme around a river-rock fireplace.
  • A rope hammock on the enclosed porch surrounded with quiet wooded views frees the imagination and kindles intimacy.
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Meadow

True to the motif of whimsical surprises at Twin Farms, a Vermont clapboard exterior hides the exotic Moroccan scene within.

Features

  • 900 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • king bed -> twins.
  • Inglenook fireplace of mosaic tile.
  • Moucharaby screens on the windows.
  • Mahogany doors.
  • Terra cotta floors.
  • Hand-wrought bronzed columns support the tented ceiling.
  • 13-light pierced tole chandelier of colored glass.
  • Ivory, ebony and mother of pearl embellish chairs and tables.
  • Two-person pedestal tub overlooks the forest.
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Orchard

Interior designer Jed Johnson achieves a powerful sense of serenity with Japanese-inspired décor and artwork by David Bates.

Features

  • 1095 square feet.
  • 2 fireplaces.
  • platform bed.
  • Nestled in an apple orchard under a majestic spruce.
  • Two imposing hand-carved granite fireplaces.
  • Herringbone woven ceiling.
  • Ash floors.
  • Cranberry chenille club chairs and hand-woven wool rugs of burgundy and teal.
  • The platform king bed can be separated into two twins.
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Perch

William Wegman’s art transports you through a fishing fantasy in this cozy cottage situated above a stream and beaver pond.

Features

  • 1165 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • Colored in warm greens and ivories.
  • Antique fish decoys and carvings.
  • Eighteenth century furniture.
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Studio

Art by Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, David Bates, Frank Stella, and Jim Dine awaken the imagination.

Features

  • 2215 square feet.
  • 1.5 bathrooms.
  • 2 fireplaces.
  • hot tub on porch.
  • 2 levels.
  • Rich stonework exterior.
  • Wood-beamed vaulted ceilings.
  • Custom chandelier.
  • In the upstairs loft area, an additional fireplace warms the bedroom.
  • French windows open to a secluded deck overlooking the woods and marshland.
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Treehouse

The eclectic interior defies classification, drawing influence from China and England.

Features

  • 1000 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • Adirondack twig work.
  • Vaulted ceiling, lined with unskinned logs.
  • Hand-carved parrots guard the Italian bed.
  • Richly colored in reds and greys.
  • Hand-painted leather chair.
  • Floor to ceiling windows on either side of the fireplace.
  • Screened porch.
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Woods

Experience Tuscany in the Vermont woods with our most popular cottage.

Features

  • 950 square feet.
  • porch fireplace.
  • king bed -> twins.
  • Tucked among black cherry, apple, ash, spruce and cedar trees.
  • Hand thrown brick fireplace.
  • 19th century Italian oak writing table with a matching set of stamped leather armchairs.
  • A cowhide rug accents the sandstone floor.
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Farmhouse At Copper Hill

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Farmhouse At Copper Hill

Designed by famed architect Peter Bohlin with interiors from Thad Hayes, four suites with private entrances are connected by a lounge and library.

Birch

Located on the second floor with spectacular views of Copper Pond, Birch is reminiscent of a classic Vermont farmhouse.

Features

  • 1000 square feet.
  • 2 fireplaces.
  • shared hot tub.
  • Red brick fireplaces.
  • Wingback furniture in florals and plaids Separate sleeping and sitting areas.
  • Large dressing area and bathroom with a soapstone sink and floor, glazed tile showers, and an enormous soaking tub.
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Lilac

Situated on the first floor of the wing beneath Birch, this suite opens to lush green lawns near the tennis courts.

Features

  • 1000 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • shared hot tub.
  • Separate sleeping and sitting areas.
  • Vintage style rose printed wallpaper.
  • Blue and white braided rugs.
  • Luxurious bathroom with a soapstone sink and floor, glazed tile showers, and soaking tub.
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Maple

The earthiness of stone fireplaces and plaid and corduroy fabrics dominate the other side of the Farmhouse at Copper Hill.

Features

  • 1000 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • shared hot tub.
  • Double soaking tubs.
  • Rich birch paneling.
  • Vaulted timbered ceiling.
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Willow

Birch paneling, a four-poster bed, and a stately pillared tub and glazed tile shower in the bathroom highlight this suite.

Features

  • 1000 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • shared hot tub.
  • Screened porch.
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The Lodge

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The Lodge

Steeped in amber and wood accents, two suites and a common area are conveniently located next to the Main House.

Hillside

Sunny and bright with views of Mt. Ascutney and traditional décor, Hillside features a tulip post bed and English chintz fabric.

Features

  • 680 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • king bed -> twins.
  • Halofane lamps hang over an American Zodiak hand-hooked rug.
  • A covered porch invites outdoor relaxation in temperate weather.
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Grotto

Mahogany and teak furniture made for the English market in India is set around window seats with views of the ski trails.

Features

  • 680 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • A private stone patio.
  • Comfortable niches for reading, watching a movie, or working a jigsaw puzzle by the stone fireplace.
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Rooms

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Rooms

History and legend envelope all four rooms, nestled in the Main House near the dining room while featuring the spacious interiors of suites.

Red’s Room

Once occupied by Harry Sinclair Lewis — nicknamed Red — this is the original master bedroom in the Main House.

Features

  • 600 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • Antique writing desk.
  • Hand-painted tiles surround an antique clawfoot tub and separate shower.
  • Expansive windows yield views of Mt. Ascutney.
  • Large bathrooms and dressing areas.
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Dorothy’s Room

Entertaining lore fills the room named after Dorothy Thompson, a famed journalist in the 1930s and the wife of Sinclair Lewis.

Features

  • 814 square feet.
  • fireplace.
  • Watercolors reminiscent of Russian Constructivists.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • The pine walls are covered with Berenice Abbott’s photographs of New York City.
  • An oversized tub and shower with a view of the courtyard.
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Washington Room

Antiques and contemporary folk art by Warren Kimball add to the early American allure.

Features

  • 950 square feet.
  • 2 fireplaces.
  • Paintings and drawings of the first U.S. president.
  • Hand-stenciled walls in the folk art tradition.
  • Mosaic fireplace.
  • Windows in the sitting room around a second fireplace open to views of the lawn, woods, and maple trees.
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Guest Room

Toile de Jouy, a French linen decorating the walls, tells the story of the Marquis de Lafayette’s arrival in America.

Features

  • 560 square feet.
  • queen bed.
  • Green marble fireplace.
  • windows suspended over gardens.
  • antique clawfoot tub.
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