Twin Farms has the honor and privilege of partnering with some wonderful people and truly extraordinary organizations. We recognize that many hands and hearts go into creating our guest experiences. Allow us to share with you who we rely on, to help make Twin Farms an extraordinary Vermont experience. We thank our partners and friends for their tireless efforts - it is a joy to work with them.
Community supported certified organic vegetable herb and flower agriculture located in Barnard, Vermont. It’s also the source of much of the fresh produce served at Twin Farms.
KISS THE COW
Grass-based, organic dairy farm with a herd of Jersey cows. Honest, conscientious work in the heart of Vermont’s Green Mountains.
Handmade furniture, pottery, and accessories — many of which are found throughout the accommodations and common areas at Twin Farms.
We are glad to have your friends down the road at Simon Pearce. The Simon Pearce Mill, an historic structure overlooking the Ottauquechee River that dates to the 1700’s, will greet you as you enter through its massive worn wooden double doors with iron handles. Fire, air, grace, strength, and passion - the essential elements in making one-of-a-kind pieces or art with soul. Where perfection comes from the uniqueness that can only be made with the human hand. Enjoy fine dining over the rumble of the waterfall. The handmade Glassware and Pottery makes your food and drink look and taste better. And the highlight: speak with and watch Master Craftsman glassblowers making a range of traditional to modern glass designs of a brilliance and clarity unique to Simon Pearce. Ask about customized experiences suited to your interests.
One of our oldest friendships has been with Stave Puzzles. Twigg and Steve's friendship dates to Twin Farms' opening in 1993. Our guests have been delighted, and some tormented by Stave's one of kind hand made puzzles ever since. A great activity that rewards the brave with the creation of order from chaos. A true celebration of time to themselves, our guests frequently spend hours fireside, with a great glass of wine, enjoying Stave's marvelous creations.