Ranked #78 in our countdown of the 100 Best Hotels and Resorts in the World.
For heavy hitters and hi-fliers who don’t have their own luxury bolthole in the bucolic Vermont country – here it is.
Twin Farms sprawls across 300 acres of garden, rolling hills and wandering trails. There are rooms and suites but it’s a cottage you’ll lust after. Each is unique (themes include exotic Moroccan, art studio or an alpine chalet), impeccably equipped but with wit, warmth and whimsy.
The all-inclusive tariff means you can fly-fish, snow-ski, canoe, or soak in the Japanese bathhouse to your heart’s content. Meals are beyond delicious. There are no menus – everything is tailored to your personal taste, with the finest local seasonal produce.
Size 10 cottages, plus 10 rooms and suites
Hotels.com genuine guest review “Magnificent… the grounds, gardens, art and design.”
Did you know Nobel prize-winning author Sinclair Lewis and fiancée Dorothy Thompson bought the Twin Farms 1795-era farmhouse in 1928 for $10,000.