Twin Farms


For those seeking a chic New England hideaway, Twin Farms is Vermont’s finest and only luxury five-star property with 19 accommodations. The 1795-era farmhouse’s cottages, individually designed by famed architects and eminent interior designers, are filled with the owners' whimsical museum-quality art collections. Guests might wile away winter afternoons by a fireplace after an active morning snowshoeing the 300 acres of meadows and woodlands. Autumn brings leaf peeping to vibrant peaks. Idle summer days are spent fly fishing, canoeing in the pond or strolling the estate’s fertile grounds. A 15,000-bottle wine cellar complements the fresh farm-to-table cuisine, themed for each of the four seasons. Sumptuous Vermont breakfasts are served; guests rave about the lemon soufflé pancakes filled with fresh Vermont strawberries. The Bridge House Spa can arrange in-room couples massages and promotes relaxation with its inviting glass brick steam rooms. For travelers looking to explore the local scene, antique shops, art and glass galleries, and tours of a working farm are just around the corner of what may be one of the quaintest towns in America.


Twin Farms offers 19 distinctive accommodations and 8 Treehouses ranging from four large suites in the property’s Main House to 10 freestanding cottages varying in size and spirit. All accommodations feature king-size feather beds with luxurious linens and sitting areas with wood-burning fireplaces. There is also the sprawling four-suite Farmhouse at Copper Hill overlooking Copper Pond, and the Lodge with two suites and a luxurious living room between them.

The entire property feels like an unpredictable gallery exhibit with works by Donlad Roller Wilson, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, David Hockney, Frank Stella, David Bates, Jim Dine, Deborah Butterfield, Milton Avery, Ed Ruscha, Sean Scully, Cy Twombly, Nam June Paik, and Donald Sultan, to name a few.

Guests will get to relive their childhood memories of adventure, curiosity, and daydreaming in nature at their new Treehouses, which débuts in Fall 2023. Designed by Michaelis Boyd, the acclaimed architectural firm behind the SOHO Houses worldwide, the interiors will include suspended articulating fireplaces, soothing color schemes, and an embrace of the Wabi-sabi aesthetic with an expansive deck.


• All-inclusive of meals and wine pairings
• 300 acres of forest, meadows and ponds
• Fitness center
• Japanese furo
• The Bridge House Spa
• Wine cellar
• In-room fireplaces and screened porches
• Complimentary packing and unpacking services
• Complimentary handcrafted Stave jigsaw puzzle for your own collection
• Wi-Fi
• Out of the Woods bath and body products, hand-blended especially for Twin Farms
• Fully stocked refrigerator with complimentary coffee, tea and seasonal snacks
• Feather beds and down pillows
• Ski Hill


• Biking
• Canoeing
• Cross-country skiing
• Kayaking
• Snowshoeing
• Hiking and trail running
• Fly fishing
• Games Lawn (Bocce, Badminton, British Croquet, Cornhole)
• Ice skating
• Paddle Boarding
• Pickle Ball
• Pub (Darts, Billiards, Jukebox (New Rock Ola’!)
• Swimming
• Shopping
• Tennis
• Tetherball

Guided Activities Upon Request:
*Availability may be limited by demand
Picnics, Smores and Bonfires, Garden Tours, Honey Tours, Wine and Cheese Tastings, Mixology on the Farm, Bike Tours, Hiking Tours, Fly Casting Lessons, Pickleball Lessons, Water Sport Lessons and Art Tours of the Main House.


Burlington International Airport (BTV)

Twin Farms is located amid 300 acres of meadows and woodlands in an unspoiled valley, 10 miles north of Woodstock, Vermont.