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A contemporary marvel of glass, stone, and cedar designed by architect Peter Bohlin, Aviary is secluded, tranquil, and rich with Midcentury Modern furnishings.

  • 950 square feet
  • Two levels
  • Stone hot tub
  • Fieldstone fireplace
  • Wood stove
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
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Built in a traditional Scandinavian style, Barn’s spacious setting revolves around a bi-level stone fireplace that reaches from the floor to the exposed beams on the ceiling.

  • 1,350 square feet
  • Two levels
  • Stone fireplace opening onto living room and bedroom
  • Soaring 18-feet high cathedral windows
  • Expansive views of the countryside
  • Loft with balcony
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A secluded Alpine chalet tucked on the edge of the ski slope, Chalet features floors made of 18th-century Burgundian limestone and hand-thrown tiles in the bedroom fireplace.

  • 3,000 square feet
  • Two levels
  • Two fireplaces
  • Extra bed
  • Master bathroom with double soaking tub and separate shower
  • Additional bathroom with mosaic-tiled shower
  • Views of Mount Ascutney
  • Hot tub on porch
  • Oversized furnishings
  • Floor-to-ceiling fieldstone fireplace
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Log Cabin

Enveloped in a pine forest, this authentic cabin made of hand-hewn hickory and oak offers unparalleled seclusion and an exuberant dog theme.

  • 900 square feet
  • River-rock fireplace
  • Fine cabinetry and intricate twig work
  • Modern soaking tub and shower
  • Granite surfaces
  • Enclosed porch with rope hammock
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A Vermont clapboard exterior conceals a whimsical and exotic Moroccan scene within, marked by moucharaby window screens, a tented ceiling, and terra cotta floors.

  • 900 square feet
  • Fireplace
  • King bed (can be converted to two twins)
  • Inglenook fireplace of mosaic tile
  • Mahogany doors and hand-wrought bronzed columns
  • Chandelier of pierced tole and colored glass
  • Ivory, ebony, and mother of pearl embellished chairs and tables
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Japanese-inspired decor by interior designer Jed Johnson and artwork by David Bates induce a powerful sense of serenity, nestled in an apple orchard under a majestic spruce.

  • 1,095 square feet
  • Two fireplaces
  • King platform bed (can be converted to two twins)
  • Two imposing hand-carved granite fireplaces
  • Herringbone woven ceiling
  • Ash floors
  • Cranberry chenille club chairs and hand-woven wool rugs of burgundy and teal
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William Wegman’s art transports you to a pescatory fantasy in this cozy fisherman’s cottage set above a stream and beaver pond.

  • 1,165 square feet
  • Fireplace
  • Oversize copper tub
  • Color palette of warm greens and ivories
  • Antique fish decoys and carvings
  • Eighteenth-century furniture
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Art by Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, David Bates, Frank Stella, and Jim Dine awaken the imagination in this bi-level stonework-clad space with two fireplaces.

  • 2,215 square feet
  • 2 levels
  • 1 1/2 bathrooms
  • Fireplaces in living room and bedroom
  • Hot tub on porch
  • Vaulted wood-beamed ceilings
  • Custom chandelier
  • Secluded deck overlooking the woods and marshland
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Timber Camp

Defying classification, the eclectic interior draws influence from China and England. Adirondack twig work adorns the walls, while hand-carved parrots guard the Italian four-post bed.

  • 1,000 square feet
  • Fireplace flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Vaulted ceiling lined with unskinned logs
  • Richly colored in reds and grays
  • Hand-painted leather chair
  • Screened porch
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Experience Tuscany in the Vermont woods with our most popular cottage, tucked among black cherry, apple, ash, spruce, and cedar trees.

  • 950 square feet
  • Porch
  • King bed (can be converted to twins)
  • Hand-thrown brick fireplace
  • 19th-century Italian oak writing table with a matching set of stamped leather armchairs
  • Sandstone floor accented with a cowhide rug
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Gift certificates are currently unavailable for purchase. However, you will be able to purchase them again starting May 5th, 2023. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
In compliance with the Governor’s Executive Order for the state of Vermont, Twin Farms is able to welcome reservations, for stays from June 16th onward..

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