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Furthermore from Equinox: Should you drink more wine?
There has been an overall reduction in sulfites in a lot of wines over the past few decades, and a movement to grow organic and biodiocnamic grapes that have lower levels of sulfite or no added sulfites at all, says Kevin Ring, the wine and beverage manager and sommelier at Twin Farms resort in Vermont.
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HouseBeautiful: 50 Epic Girls’ Getaway Destinations in Every State Across America
When was the last time your husband got excited for croquet, ice skating, and spa pampering? Even if he did, your girlfriends are more likely to be pumped for an excuse to plan this sort of vacation.
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Jetsetter: 9 All-Inclusive Resorts for People Who Hate All-Inclusives
The icing on the cake: the resort’s themed cottages, done up with New England-chic chintz chairs, roaring fireplaces, screened porches, and quaint dining nooks, where you can enjoy standout room service (trust us, you’ll be ordering in).
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Architectural Digest: 9 Country Inns to Visit This Fall
The restaurant’s seasonal dishes are inspired by the herbs and vegetables grown on the property, along with other produce native to the state.
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DUJOUR: The Art of a Vermont Winter
“Winter in particular is a chance to rest and to reset. In Vermont we take our cue from nature and from the farms that surround us. The pace, albeit a different pace from the rest of the world to begin with, slows town.

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Scene: Grab Your Partner For a Romantic Getaway
Twin Farms is a community in and of itself.  Days can be consumed with bicycling and hiking on the surrounding trails or rallying on the property’s tennis and croquet courts.
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Time Out: The 15 best all-inclusive resorts in the USA
Indulge in a massage or facial at the Bridge House Spa and make sure to post up by the fireplace or on your cottage’s screened porch and have a cocktail at the fully stocked onsite pub as the sun sets.
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RedBook: Where to Vacation With Your BFFs In Every State
At Twin Farms, the breathtaking Relais & Chateaux five-star resort tucked away in the picturesque woodlands about an hour or outside of the hippie nirvana of Burlington, you can enjoy all this and more.
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Condé Nast Traveler: Top Hotels in New England
Readers’ Choice  Awards
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Robb Report: A Picture-Perfect Winter Escape
Beginning early November, Twin Farms will kick off the Art of a Vermont Winter. This six-month program runs through late March and will offer live music, culinary explorations with chef Nathan Rich, mindful coloring courses with artist and coloring-book author Kelsey Montague, holiday floral arranging classes with a local florist, participation in a live raptor show with the Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences (VINS), and more.
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Travel Pulse: Are These the World’s Best Hotels?
Also on the list is Twin Farms in Vermont and Boston Harbor Hotel in Massachusetts, which are the only favorites representing the East Coast.
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Bravo TV: Best Resorts to See Gorgeous Fall Foliage This Season
When you think of gorgeous fall colors, you think of New England, period. And the rambling resort Twin Farms, set on 300 acres in the middle of made-for-a-postcard Vermont, lets you enjoy the vibrant scenery from the lap of luxury.
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Travel & Leisure: The Best All-Inclusive Honeymoon Packages
Whether you need a foliage fix during your honeymoon or you just want to be immersed in the New England countryside, these luxe lodgings—which, amazingly, date to 1795—should do the trick.
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Elite Traveler: Falling for New York
Executive chef Nathan Rich taps local farms for the freshest seasonal ingredients in addition to growing his own on the 300 acres around the property.
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W Magazine: From Venice to Dubai, The World’s Most Luxurious Bathrooms
Here some of the most remarkable, beautiful hotel bathrooms from around the globe.
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Refinery 29: 15 Bucket List Hotels We’re Completely Obsessed With
Forget all-inclusive resorts by the beach.  Twin Farms is a high-end all-inclusive experience that you’ll never want to leave.
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Harpers Bazaar: 20 Of The Best All-Inclusive Resorts Around the World
Both of our concierge experts called Twin Farms one of the best resorts in the country, and Albanese went so far as to call the pancakes “some of the best all-inclusive money could buy.”
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Condé Nast Traveler: 10 Best Things to Do in  New England in the Fall
Days are filled with outdoor pursuits, strolls through fall foliage, old-fashioned pampering, and plenty of new-fashioned gluttony at this all-inclusive Relais & Chateaux property, which specializes in over-the-top ten-course wine paired meals.
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Smart Meetings: 10 Peaceful Properties to Celebrate Yoga Month
Guests will enjoy stream-side yoga under the full moon on the new yoga deck, surrounded by 300 acres of meadows and woodlands.
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Architectural Digest: 5 Adorable New England Inns Perfect for a Fall Getaway
Perhaps the most outstanding of these is the Aviary, introduced in 2005 and designed by architect Peter Bohlin and decorator Thad Hayes with lofty floor-to-ceiling windows and midcentury-modern elements.
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Andrew Harper’s Top 20 United States Hideaways: Readers’ Choice Awards 2016
Twenty distinctive lodgings (including a self-contained four-suite enclave facing a pond) feature king-size feather beds and sitting areas with fireplaces that open onto screened porches.
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Town & Country: Inside Relais & Châteaux’s Secret Loyalty Club
Relais & Châteaux, the network of 540 high-end hotels and restaurants around the world, is an exclusive club to begin with—but within it there’s a even more elite organization open only to the most devoted travelers.
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Astelier: Twin Farms
The nature resort’s dining philosophy revolves around the changing season, locally-grown herbs and vegetables that are available each day, and guests’ dietary preferences.
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Veranda: 20 Of The Best All-Inclusive Resorts Around The World
Both of our concierge experts called Twin Farms one of the best resorts in the country and Albanese went so far as to call the pancakes “some of the best all-inclusive money can buy.”
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Citizen Femme: A Luxury Lover’s Getaway
Twin Farms is for lovers. This quintessential New England Relais & Châteaux resort is the perfect year-round luxurious romantic hideaway for the rich, tired, jetsetters. A transformed farmhouse,
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Travel + Leisure: 20 Ideas for the Perfect Romantic Fall Getaway
Rejuvenate any sore muscles at the Bridge House Spa, where amenities include glass-brick steam rooms and furo—a Japanese hot soaking tub—with views of Vermont’s brilliant foliage.
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Matches Fashion: The Vacation Report – Rural Retreats
If you can, book the Aviary cottage – a triumph of steel and glass perfection with a deep-set hot tub in front of the fireplace.
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Spa Finder: 6 Of The Most Beautiful Locations For Yoga 
The only five-star resort in Vermont that offers on-site yoga
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Travel + Leisure: World’s Best
The 100 Best Hotels in the World #9: Twin Farms, Vermont
The Best Resort Hotels in the Continental U.S. #3: Twin Farms, Vermont
The Best Resorts in the American Northeast #2: Twin Farms, Vermont

Jetsetter: America’s Best All-Inclusive Resorts
If a crackling fire beside a stone hot tub with views of rolling green hills is your idea of paradise, then Twin Farms is the place for you.
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Departures: The Five Hundred-Dollar Hamburger

All meals and drinks are included, and the kitchen staff takes into account each guest’s culinary preferences to create a custom menu tailored to each person.
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W Magazine: Treat Yourself: 8 Exotic Yoga Retreats Worth The Investment
It includes mindful meditation coloring classes with artist Kelsey Montague (who recently published adult coloring book, What Lifts You), nature walks, cold press juice mixology classes, clean eating classes with executive chef Nathan Rich, and of course, yoga and meditation classes led by Katy Ann Leadbetter.
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Luxury Travel Magazine: Where to Namaste for International Yoga Day, June 21
The new yoga deck, which wraps around a stream overlooking the Green Mountains offers a variety of yoga practices such as Sunrise yoga, Gentle Flow Yoga, Restorative Yoga and Yoga hikes.
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U.S. News: 10 Underrated Self-Discovery Trip Ideas
An all-inclusive property, Twin Farms is hosting a mind, body and soul wellness weekend from July 8-10 with skincare expert Tata Harper and artist Kelsey Montague, who recently launched her first adult coloring book
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Recommend.com: At Home on the Range: All-Inclusive Retreats in the U.S.
The much-awarded Twin Farms is an all-inclusive country hideaway set amdist 300 acres of meadows and woodlands in an unspoiled valley in Barnard, Vermont.
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Vogue.com: 5 Perfect East Coast Weekend Escapes to Book Now
If you really want to get away from it all, look no further than this secluded Relais & Chateaux all-inclusive hotel tucked away in Vermont’s remote Windsor County.
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TravelandLeisure.com: Best Restaurant Dishes in America
Since 1993, each acting chef (currently, Nathan Rich) has carried on a tradition every morning of flipping light-as-air, soufflé-style pancakes in the Main House.
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The Knot: Best for All-Inclusive
Twin Farms wins over foodies with lemon soufflé pancakes for breakfast, cold-poached Maine lobster picnics and candlelit farm-to-table dinners.
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Departures: New Restaurants And Food News This May
Stunning all-inclusive farm stay property Twin Farms is hosting a series of extravagant culinary goings-on this month, including an Armand de Brignac Champagne and American caviar cocktail hour on May 14, and a collaboration with Michelin-starred Alsatian chef Gabriel Kreuther (formerly of acclaimed restaurant The Modern in New York) on May 28.
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American Spa: Mother-Daughter Spa Days
Twin Farms (Barnard, VT) offers a quiet oasis for mothers celebrating throughout the month of May with the ultimate mother-daughter getaway.
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Boston Globe: Road trip for locavores

Twin Farms is a rustically luxurious five-star resort with 15,000-bottle wine cellar, on-site garden – and no menus.
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Traveller: Vermont: The US state with plenty of ‘cool factor’
Tucked away behind an imposing gate, this is as close to perfection as it is possible to get. A private ski mountain looms over the main building, which dates to 1795.
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Robb Report: 10 Top Retreats to Treat Mom this Mother’s Day
Twin Farms operates just 20 rooms and cottages on 300 acres where guests are doted on whether they have taken a picnic among the wildflowers or a canoe across Copper Pond.
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FabFitFun.com: Sexiest Hotels for a Romantic Getaway
While you’re there take advantage of the Furo, a 104° Japanese style soaking tub, or soak in their private granite hot tub with stunning views of Mount Ascutney.
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Fodors: New England’s Most Luxurious Resorts
Rustic and refined, Twin Farms is an incredible Vermont retreat set on the grounds of a 1795-era farmhouse once owned by Nobel Prize–winning author Sinclair Lewis.
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Departures: World’s Best Luxury Farms Stays
Nobel Prize-winning author Sinclair Lewis and journalist Dorothy Thompson found paradise on this 300-acre farm with an 18th-century farmhouse in the 1920s, and today hotel guests feel much the same way.
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The New Potato: An Affair To Remember At Twin Farms 
The escape is its own private destination. With a gate at the top that seems to separate it from the rest of the outside world, it’s a spot that you’ll find yourself never ever wanting to leave
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Modern Luxury San Diego: Snapshots
Chef Nathan Rich of Vermont’s Twin Farms and Executive Chef Jarrod Moiles of Rancho Valencia teamed up for a intimate five-course feast highlighting East Coast faves like Maine lobster and artisan Vermont cheese.
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Travel + Leisure: Many People Have Bucket List Destinations. I Do Too, But Ever Since
The setting was wintry-magical, and the cottages did not disappoint in either originality or comfort.
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FoodFashionista.com: Farmers Market Luncheon at Relais & Chateaux GourmetFest
Second Course: Chef Nathan Rich (Twin Farms)’ Hambsch Farm Head Cheese with Beetroot, Vermont Cheddar, Apple, Mustard Seed and Twin Farms Maple Syrup
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Robb Report: Sample the Best of Both Coasts at This Decadent Dinner
The East Coast and West Coast will soon converge in a mouthwatering display of culinary excellence.
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San FranciscoEater.com: Detoxing From This Weekend’s Luxe Relais & Chateaux GourmetFest
Kinch then served the dish to a roomful of 140 attendees at a lunch that also had dishes by chefs Nathan Rich (Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont).
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SanDiegoEater.com
Chef Nathan Rich of Twin Farms and Chef Jarrod Moiles of Rancho Valencia will create a collaborative five course dinner.
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ZAGAT: Things to Do This March in San Diego
Rancho Santa Fe’s Rancho Valencia is hosting chef Nathan Rich of Twin Farms and chef Jarrod Moiles of Rancho Valencia for an exclusive chef collaboration.
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HelloMagazine: Vacation destinations suited for every type of traveler
Three hundred acres of complete and utter luxury!
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Johnny Jet: Brandon Presser
So, to make it easier, these are my five favorite hotels I’ve stayed in over the last 12 months: Twin Farms, in Barnard, Vermont.
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Naples Daily News: Relaxing In Style
Now it’s an arty retreat, filled with original works by such lumanaries as David Bates, Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, Frank Stella and Jim Dine.  
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Dujour.com: Best Hotel Bathrooms
Twin Farms is special in many respects, including its range of Vermont-made, small-batch bath products by Versante.
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Jetsetter: Best Weekend Getaways from New York
Try your hand at snowshoeing or sledding, or kick back with some brews at the pub, which has billiards, darts, and a jukebox.
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Dujour.com: The Hottest Hotel Fireplaces
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Wedding Bells: Destinations 
We recommend one of the plush cottages for your honeymoon, each equally incredible and different in design, featuring everything from modern and sexy to Moroccan elegance.
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TownandCountry.com: 12 Over-the-Top Amenities at the Best Hotels Around the World
We’re most thrilled by their Twin Farms all-inclusive property in Vermont: the sole 5-star resort in the state, it offers farm-to-table custom meals served in each room, and they even have hard-to-find beer-nerd fave Heady Topper in stock!
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BostonGlobe.com: Hotels say ‘sweet dreams’ with unique amenities
One quirky element: at turndown time, they place a miniature Stave puzzle on your pillow.
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BostonGlobe.com: Where (and why) to have a small New England wedding
There are more than eight spaces to host a celebration at this bucolic property tucked in the Green Mountains.
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OUT: Miles of Love
This is isn’t your typical country inn.  The property maintains a collection of elegant cottages and farmhouses, each one a meditation on a different theme.
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TownandCountry.com: A Luxury Sleepaway Camp for the Ultra-Rich
A private cottage and all-inclusive meals with world-renowned food add up to best retreat days of your life.
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Equestrian Quarterly: Don’t Dread Winter, Embrace It!
Visitors indulge in superb meals and fine wines and often choose to curl up by the fire as snow falls outside.
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WashingtonTimes.com: Travel bucket list for 2016 and beyond
This is a retreat for all seasons where each room or suite is custom designed with plenty of artful interiors – and those artful plays extend to the cathedral like spa ambiance and the creative gourmet pleasures to be discovered.
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Fodor’s Travel: 10 Unique Apres-Ski Spots in the U.S. 
But Twin Farms can create a personalized ski-in/ski-out experience by offering private, high-powered snowmobiles with drivers who can transport guests back to the top of the mountain, skipping the crowds.
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Bridalguide.com: Top Honeymoon Destinations for Every Month of the Year
Twin Farms provides an intimate, all-inclusive country hideaway that transforms honeymoon fantasies into reality.
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Goop.com: Last Minute Holiday Getaways-and What to Pack
Originally a country home for journalist, Dorothy Thompson and her novelist husband Sinclair Lewis, this adults-only, all-inclusive luxury hotel still has the feel of a bohemian writer’s retreat.
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Weddingbells.ca: How To Plan A Destination Wedding in Vermont
There are many beautiful hotel properties in the Green Mountain State to chose from but one of the most renowned and exclusive is Twin Farms—it’s so hidden you’ll probably drive by the gates a few times before finding it!
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Bostonglobe.com: Holiday gift lists can be killers
Vermont’s only five-star resort, all-inclusive Twin Farms is the intimate setting for a two-night murder mystery weekend.
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Travelandleisure.com: The Twenty Best Parent Getaways
For East Coasters, a much-needed getaway can be as simple as a jaunt to bucolic Vermont.
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USAToday.com10Best “Romantic Places to Avoid Family Holidays”

The arts still hold high esteem here; wander though the interior and you’ll spy works by Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein and Ed Ruscha, to name a few.
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Gant.com: Best Nature Lodges in the U.S.A
A converted 18th-century farmhouse and former home of Nobel Prize-winning writer Sinclair Lewis, this spread-out estate now offers 20 rooms for refuge-seeking guests.
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Modern Luxury Manhattan: Historic Hideaways
Author Sinclair Lewis and journalist Dorothy Thompson bought this 300-acre property for $10,000 in 1928, and political and literary figures have stomped these grounds ever since.
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Goop.com: What’s the Ultimate in Relaxing Spa Treatments?
I have, however, had some pretty incredible furnish experiences in the US.  I was once lucky enough to visit epic-ly luxurious Twin Farms hotel in Vermont.
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Globaltravelerusa.com: Popular Vermont Inns For Skiing Luxury Revealed
The all-inclusive, 5-star luxury Twin Farms nestled on 300 acres at the foot of the Green Mountains top a new list from Boston Globe highlighting luxury properties in Vermont.
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Luxury Magazine: Romantic Escapes
Food, wine, pampering and privacy are key themes at this adults-only, all-inclusive property high in the hilltops of Barnard, Vermont.
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USAToday.com: 10 Uber-Romantic Places that Center Around The Fireplace
The staff at Twin Farms ensures a crackling fire is roaring at all times without ever entering guest rooms.
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BostonGlobe.com: Hit the slopes, then take it easy in luxury in Vermont
So go outside and play — all equipment is free to use on-site — and when your goose is cooked, head inside for a harvest-style buffet lunch, from game bird and fresh fish to hot soup and salads.
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Condé Nast Traveler: Top 25 Hotels in New England: Readers’ Choice Awards 2015
“Although the miles of meadows, mountains, and lakefront are evidence you’re in central Vermont, this isn’t your typical Yankee inn: Bill Gates’s architect designed some of the cottages; master glassblower Simon Pearce made the stemware; Lichtenstein, Hockney, and Twombly created the art.”
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Travel + Leisure: 13 Luxury Hotels Taking Sustainable Dining to a New Level
“At this all-inclusive Relais & Châteaux property in rural Vermont, chef Nathan Rich maintains a garden on-site, works with local farms, and even forages for ramps in the surrounding woods—all to put the freshest produce, eggs, and meat on guests’ plates.”
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Top 100 Hotels & Resorts in the World: Readers’ Choice Awards 2014
“This late-1700s stone, pine, maple, and brick farmhouse and lodge, the former home of Nobel Prize–winning writer Sinclair Lewis, is now a “top-notch lodge”; between a ski lift and Copper Pond 75 miles southeast of Burlington.”
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Travel + Leisure: Vermont Inside Out
“At the all-inclusive hideaway on the hilly former estate of write Sinclair Lewis guests play hard by day, then recover in luxurious “cottages” where no request made to the crack staff is too small.”
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Forbes – Cream of the Crop
4 Luxurious Farm Retreats
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NYTimes.com: Goodie Bags Filled with Memories
Twin Farms in Barnard, Vt., presents guests with a ceramic dish made by Miranda Thomas Pottery, a local studio…
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San Francisco Chronicle
“A new treetop deck hosts a variety of yoga practices, while yoga hikes explore the 300 acres of woods.”
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Departures: 14 Classic New England Inns
“10 rustic-chic guest rooms and suites; in addition, they added 10 cottages, all of which have private screened porches, fireplaces, and raftered ceilings”
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NYPost.com: Michael Kors: 7 fall essentials every man needs to buy
“MK: I look forward to traveling to places that take me to nature and get me into the outdoors. I love Twin Farms in Vermont for the foliage and Amangiri out west for the wide-open spaces.”
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Top 25 Hotels in the United States: Readers’ Choice Awards 2014
“The “spacious and not overly ornate” rooms and cottages are individually decorated—modern to Moroccan—and display contemporary and folk art.”
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Andrew Harper 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards
“Top 20 United States Hideaways”
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Town & Country Travel
“Twin Farms in Vermont: mountain biking, canoeing, and tasting the elusive number one beer in the world, the locally produced Heady Topper.”
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Travel + Leisure: Most Romantic Fall Getaways
“Get your hearts racing with a round of tennis, a canoe outing on Copper Pond, or a bike ride along area trails. You can even play croquet or try your hand at fly-fishing at the resort’s fully stocked pond. ”
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GOOP: Last Minute Labor Day Getaways
“Woodsy, outdoor activities including cycling, canoeing, and picnicking (skiing in the winter) are all an offer.”
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Forbes – The Classics: 12 Fantastic Hotels That Have Only Gotten Better With Time
“In its 21 years of operation, this little sanctuary of playful luxury and romance has drawn a following that’s so devoted they don’t just want to stay in each of the 20 rooms, cottages and suites; they want to stay in each one during all four seasons.”
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Travel + Leisure: Coolest All-Inclusive Resorts
“The farm’s spacious suites are elegant and cozy, but the 10 cottages, scattered across the grounds, are the real showstoppers.”
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Glamping: The best of both worlds
“This resort inspires guests to celebrate the seasons, with distinctive outdoor offerings all year long.”
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Forbes: 10 Great Luxury Boutique Hotels & Resorts
“If you want to explore the private ski area at Vermont’s Forbes 5-Star Twin Farms, there’s never a lift line because there is no lift.”
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Robb Report
The World’s Top 100 Resorts
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Martha Stewart Weddings
“Twin Farms, a bucolic hideout that sits on 300 pristine acres…”
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Forbes – Vermont’s Twin Farms Hands Culinary Reins To Executive Chef Nathan Rich
“Rich, who won Relais & Châteaux’s 2013 Rising Chef Trophy and previously directed the culinary program at Lake Placid Lodge in New York, describes his style as clean and crisp with an emphasis on uncomplicated dishes that let the ingredients speak for themselves.”
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Condé Nast Traveler – The World’s Most Charming Hotels
“This late-1700s stone, pine, maple, and brick farmhouse and lodge, the former home of Nobel Prize–winning writer Sinclair Lewis, is now a “top-notch lodge” 75 miles southeast of Burlington.”
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Condé Nast Traveler – Gold List 2014
“The “spacious and not overly ornate” rooms and cottages are individually decorated—modern to Moroccan—and display contemporary and folk art.”
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Robb Vices – Celebrating the Art of Perfect Pairings
“A visit to Twin Farms offers a relaxing retreat to a boutique Relais & Châteaux resort in pastoral Vermont, but it also promises decadent meals with delectable wine pairings.”
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Men’s Book Atlanta – Doctor’s Order
“There isn’t anything more relaxing and exquisite than Twin Farms.”
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Conde Nast Traveler – 2013 Readers’ Choice Awards
Best In the World – Top 100
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Conde Nast Traveler – Bucket List
“Where We Want to Go This Winter”
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UrbanDaddy – Five Unnecessarily Glorious Hot Chocolates
“Piping-hot cocoa served with cinnamon sticks, ground cardamom and shaved vanilla bean.”
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Robb Report – Food for Thought
“During the autumn and winter months, many fine-dining restaurants offer wild game for its rich flavors, but according to executive chef Ted Ask, most overlook quail.”
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Forbes.com – America’s Best Small Luxury Resort is Now Dog Friendly
“win Farms, the longtime Forbes 5-Star luxury resort – and the only 5-Star resort in Vermont – is going to the dogs, and that is great news for the many loyal fans and repeat visitors who have previously had to leave beloved family members at home.”
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Robb Report – Twin Farms Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Fresh New Amenities
“Twin Farms, Vermont’s only luxury, five-star experience, set amidst 300 acres of meadows and woodlands in Barnard, marks its 20th anniversary with special rates, fresh programming and innovative partnerships.”
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International Traveller – 100 Best Hotels and Resorts
“For heavy hitters and hi-fliers who don’t have their own luxury bolthole int he bucolic Vermont country…”
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CNN.com — Six Hot Resorts, For Adults Only
“Instead, you can hobnob with boldface names from the art world; expect to see works by modern masters such as Roy Lichtenstein and Jasper Johns hanging on the walls.”
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Forbes.com — Hotel of the Day: Twin Farms
Why Forbes has honored Twin Farms with the coveted 5-star award for 18 consecutive years.
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Smart Meetings — Down on the Farm
“Style: Evoking a bucolic art gallery, the lodge-style property is adorned with the works of Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns, Frank Stella and other artistic greats. Convene: All-inclusive group packages encompass local and sustainable meals, recreational activities, wine and spirits, complimentary wireless Internet and such elegant meeting facilities as a cabana beside graceful Copper Pond.”
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Forbes.com — 10 Most Romantic Hotels in the U.S.
“Cottages are more like homes, large, comfortable and typically equipped with things like porches, hot tubs, giant soaking baths, fireplaces, and so on. There is a freestanding pub with billiards, a library, even a traditional Japanese bathhouse. Want champagne and hot chocolate chip cookies at 2AM? Just pick up the phone, it is included. This place is simply magical, with staff completely at the disposal of a small number of guests, and that is why it has won the Forbes 5-Star award for 17 straight years.”
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Forbes.com — America’s Best Small Hotel: Twin Farms
“It’s such a treat to find a hotel that isn’t constantly striving to reinvent itself and stay relevant, yet doesn’t feel the least bit dated. Twin Farms, that nearly-20-year-old cocoon of sophisticated luxury and playful romance in central Vermont, is one of those hotels.”
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Departures — Design-Forward Ski Resorts
“Originally home to author Sinclair Lewis, Twin Farms is now a luxury hideaway in snowy Vermont that offers private ski trails and 20 distinctly decorated cottages and suites scattered throughout 300 acres of secluded woodlands. The late Jed Johnson designed the resort’s 15 original accommodations in 1993; Peter Bohlin and interior designer Thad Hayes completed the rest in 2005.”
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Startle.com — Best Literary Hotels in the World
“Harry Sinclair Lewis, the first American recipient of the Nobel Prize for literature, and his wife, journalist Dorothy Thompson, once owned Twin Farms. The all-inclusive Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hideaway set amid 300 Vermont acres is certainly an ideal place to hole up with a good book.”
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New York Post — If You Have to Ask…
“…you start to see inklings of what makes this place unique. Among the artfully placed antiques, still-lifes of fruit and vintage pottery … isn’t that a Jasper Johns on that wall? A Milton Avery over the desk? A Cy Twombly scribble above the stone fireplace, next to a Nam June Paik television sculpture in the Pub? Yes, and you can thank the resort’s owner, Thurston Twigg-Smith, who served on the board of the Whitney Museum of American Art, for sharing his outstanding collection, which includes pieces by Jim Dine, Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney and Frank Stella, to name a few.”
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Forbes.com: & Yahoo —Ten Coolest All-inclusive Resorts
“Twin Farms, a boutique resort in Vermont that is consistently among the highest rated on earth. Twin Farms is not just a great small resort, it is arguably the best small resort in the United States, and was named just that by readers of the influential Zagat Survey (Number One Small Hotel US).”
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Forbes.com — Best Fine Dining for Picky Eaters
“You must be a guest at the Five-Star Twin Farms country inn to dine here, and you can expect dinner to be a highly personalized affair.”
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Huffington Post & Fox News — North America’s Best Ultra-Inclusive Resorts
“What guests of Twin Farms find is a complete resort, albeit one with just twenty rooms, suites and cottages, every one a winner.”
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Departures.com — Top Room Service
“The delivery is as memorable as the food at Twin Farms in Vermont, where servers light candles, uncork wine and dim the lights for a private romantic dinner.”
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CNTraveler: Destination Wedding Guide – New England
“Twin Farms, hosts the kind of small (up to 60 guests), sophisticated weddings that people talk about for years.”
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Travel & Leisure — America’s Best All-Inclusive Resorts
“Surrounded by woodlands and wildflower meadows, the 300-acre resort has 10 suites—most of which include American folk art and wood-burning fireplaces—and 10 private, freestanding cottages.”
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