Scheduled to open Fall 2023!
Let me begin by sending our very best wishes for a wonderful new year to you and yours. We hope for much happiness, good health, and prosperity for each and every one of you.
At long last, Mother Nature has answered our repeated pleas for snow… and boy has it been snowing! With over eighteen inches this past weekend alone, our guests and team are just loving it. The mountain is open for downhill skiing and uphill skinning, and our trails are in perfect condition for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, while the ice rink and Copper Pond are in great shape for curling, ice skating and ice-fishing… Yes, I said it, ice-fishing. “Don’t knock it ‘til you try it, gaffer!” is what the team tells me. And in the spirit of Vermont authenticity, we offer the real deal here at Twin Farms – an upside down sap bucket to sit on, ice cold Labatt Blue, and old fashioned “tip-ups” (an ice-angler’s gadget that I’m yet to fully understand). Of course, in the sprit of Twin Farms authenticity, we also provide a private ice-fishing guide, hot cocoa or cider, and constant access to the magic number, “125,” in the event that you’d like to stay warm with a snifter of Rémy Martin.
I’d also like to update you on the progress of the Treehouses. Each will be named after a bird found here on the farm, and wonderful progress is being made on the construction front. Designed by Michaelis Boyd, the acclaimed architectural firm responsible for the SOHO Houses worldwide, the new Twin Farms Treehouses will take their cue from Aviary Cottage. Each will be a beautiful, modern space that brings the outdoors in, cantilevered out into the trees with an expansive deck putting you up there with the birds. The interiors will include suspended articulating fireplaces, soothing color schemes and an embrace of the Wabi-Sabi aesthetic, celebrating the imperfections of life as found in nature.
We can’t wait for you to join us in this next chapter of the Twin Farms experience. In the meantime, enjoy these photos of the Treehouses in their snowy home.
As always, if I or a member of our team can be of assistance, just say the word.