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Red’s Room

Once the Main House’s primary bedroom, Red’s Room not only has vintage charm and a convenient upstairs location, but literary pedigree: This was Sinclair Lewis’s bedroom when he lived at Twin Farms back in the 1920s and ‘30s. “Red” was the great writer’s nickname, but the room is beautifully decorated in shades of blue, from the hand-painted cobalt tiles in the bathroom to the royal blue armchairs by the fireplace and the needlepoint-patterned rug with its blue and red medallions. Immerse yourself in the deep cast-iron soaking tub — or in the views of Mount Ascutney from the antique writing desk.

  • Located on the second floor of the Main House
  • 600 square feet
  • King-size bed positioned in front of the wood-burning fireplace
  • Cozy, fireplace-warmed seating area
  • Antique writing desk overlooking views of Mount Ascutney
  • VIntage furniture, art, and objects throughout
  • Commodious closet and changing area
  • Beautiful New England–style bathroom with hand-painted wood floors and ceramic tiles, deep cast-iron soaking tub, and separate shower

Insider Tip:
Red’s Room feels nostalgic in the best way. The spirit of Sinclair Lewis will spur you to relax in front of the fireplace and read a book (may we suggest Elmer Gantry) or just watch the flames dance.

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Dorothy’s Room

History and pedigree fill this lovely second-floor room named for Dorothy Thompson, the wife of Sinclair Lewis and one of the most influential women of her age. A suffragist, pioneering journalist, and model for Katharine Hepburn’s portrayal in Woman of the Year, Thompson was also devoted to Twin Farms. Reflect on history as you read by the wood-burning fireplace or gaze out the window at the lawns and tree-lined alley below.


  • Located on the second floor of the Main House
  • 814 square feet
  • King-sized four-poster bed
  • Pine-trimmed bedroom and comfortable living room, separated by a beautifully tiled wood-burning fireplace
  • Constructivist–style watercolors and Berenice Abbott photographs of New York City evoking Thompson’s between-the-wars milieu
  • Long views of the lawns and tree-lined alley
  • Generously sized bathroom with soaking tub, walk-in shower, and separate water closet

Insider Tip

Colorful, calm, and romantic, Dorothy’s Room feels like the essence of Twin Farms with its unique blend of the playful and the artistic.

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Washington Room

A cheerful homage to the first president, the Washington Room is a large suite where antiques and both vintage and contemporary art create an inviting atmosphere of early Americana. Walls, hand-stenciled in the folk art tradition, are lined with portraits of George and Martha Washington and works by contemporary folk artist Warren Kimble. The separate bedroom and living room are both filled with light; each enjoys its own colorfully tiled wood-burning fireplace, as well as furniture and artifacts in Betsy Ross–inspired hues.


  • 950 square feet
  • ADA accessible
  • Antique and contemporary folk art and furnishings
  • Separate living room with wood-burning fireplace and views of the lawn, woods, and maple trees
  • King-size bedroom with wood-burning fireplace
  • Capacious bathroom with antique soaking tub, walk-in shower, and separate water closet

Insider Tip

With its two distinct rooms, Washington is ideal for allowing one person to sleep in while the other rises early. It’s also the easiest room in the Main House to access the Dining Room.

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Guest Room

A romantic aerie tucked away in a dormered ell of the 1785 Main House, Guest Room has been completely reimagined by longtime Twin Farms interior designer Ann Sargent. Ann has channeled the vision of original designer Jed Johnson while remaining contemporary. The room feels like an extension of the breathtaking 18th-century mural that wraps the hallway just outside. The wallpaper, hand-blocked in England, is a stylized fern motif from the 18thcentury; the custom bed was beautifully painted by a local artisan. In the upgraded bathroom, period wainscoting surrounds a deep cast iron tub and an oversize shower clad in Vermont Imperial Danby marble.


  • Located on the second floor of the Main House
  • 570 square feet
  • Long entry foyer that includes ample closet and drawer space
  • King-size bed with a hand-painted headboard and a comfortable couch at its foot
  • Windowside table perfect for private dining or completing one of Stave’s diabolical puzzles
  • Bathroom with a separate shower for two, deep cast iron soaking tub, double vanity, and separate automated Japanese commode.
  • Views that look out on the courtyard to the east and Dorothy’s Gardens to the west, with a long view to Mount Ascutney
  • Wood-burning fireplace with a Vermont Verde marble mantle

Insider Tip:
Guest Room feels steeped in the original home’s mystique. The romantic ambience and lovely views make it one of the best places on property to cocoon.

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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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