Once occupied by Sinclair Lewis — nicknamed Red — this is the original master bedroom in the Main House.
Entertaining lore fills the room named for Dorothy Thompson, the pioneering 1930s journalist and wife of Sinclair Lewis.
Antiques and contemporary folk art by Warren Kimble add to the early American allure.
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.
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.