Dorothy's Room


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

Watercolors reminiscent of Russian Constructivists surround a wood burning stove in the center of the room, and the pine walls are covered with Berenice Abbott’s photographs of New York City. A motif at the top of the bathroom window resembles a czar’s dacha. An oversized tub and shower with a view of the courtyard complete the historic journey.

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814 square feet
“Twin Farms was the best expression in life of both of us — beautiful, comfortable, hospitable and unpretentious.”
Dorothy Thompson to her husband Sinclair Lewis