Twin Farms Resort in Barnard, Vermont
Twin Farms consists of 300 acres of land in Barnard Vermont; the farm is three hours from Boston, five hours from New York, and one and a half hours from the nearest commercial airport. At twin farms, seclusion and privacy are key, making it a great place to reconnect and enjoy one another’s company.
Style & Character:
Discover a 1795-era farmhouse that features works of art by Thurston Twigg-Smith. There are 15 cottages on the farm with this exact feel, all of which were built by architect Peter Bohlin, and designed and decorated by Jed Johnson.
There is much attention to detail used throughout the farm, including even the gardens and landscaping outside, all of which it done while keeping the natural topography of the farmland.
Twin farms is an all-inclusive resort with the following amenities:
- Private cottage suites
- Delicious Vermont-style breakfasts
- Cocktails in the evening
- An extremely fresh farm-to-table dinner each night
- Fine wines and spirits
- Barbeques & bonfires
- A spa & fitness center
- Same day laundry service
- Gourmet box lunches for picnics
There are 10 cottages to choose from; Aviary, Barn, Chalet, Log Cabin, Meadow, Orchard, Perch, Studio, Treehouse, and Woods. Each cottage has a different number of rooms, beds, and unique features.
The farmhouses are a bit larger than the cottages. There are 4 to choose from; Willow, Maple, Lilac, and Birch. Each of the farmhouses are the epitome of luxury and relaxation, many of which have shared hot tubs, and private soaking tubs.
There are two different lodges; the hillside and the grotto. These are decorated in much more of a bright blue cottage style and have a very cozy feeling. The rooms have a number of great niches for reading, napping, or playing small games.
Rooms are between 600 and 900 square feet. There are 4 rooms at the Twins Farm; Red’s Room, Dorothy’s Room, Washington Room, and the Guest room. With views of the woods, the gardens, the lawn, and more, these rooms are a great way to enjoy all the peace and serenity that nature has to offer at Twin Falls.
Chef Nathan Rich, a New Hampshire native, is the culinary artist at Twin Falls. He uses locally grown herbs and vegetables each day to make magnificent breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for each guest.
Choose from freshly baked pastries, seasonal fruit, jams made from the berries just outside your door, pancakes, and omelets.
Lunch is a fixed menu paired with a fine wine. Taste everything from porcini poached Vermont turkey and wild mushroom lentil ragout, or lobster with lemons.
Made from high quality local produce, dinner is served in a candle-lit dining room, or if guests choose, dinner can be delivered to eat next to the fireplace of your own romantic cottage.
Things to Do:
- Picnic lunch on the Vermont farmland.
- Equipment and instruction available from the resort for the following activities:
- Paddle Boarding
- Bocce ball
- Golf at one of the Championship courses in Quechee and Woodstock.
- Take a hot air balloon ride over New England.
- Find Shopping, Museums, and Fine Art in the towns nearby.
**Pictures from the Twin Farms Resort website