The all-inclusive Twin Farms Hotel and Spa Vermont
Sitting on 300 private acres in the vast Green Mountain National Forest, Twin Farms is about as “away” as it gets, making it a natural draw for celebrities, CEOs, and other A-listers able to part with upward of $1,200 per night. The perks are legion: You get your own cottage, fly-fishing guide, and carriage ride, while sharing the private ski area (which has six runs), sauna, croquet court, pond, and Japanese furo (a sunken, 104-degree stone tub) with a handful of other select guests. Meals and beverages are also included.
Ten rooms are tucked inside the Main House, a lodge, and a farmhouse, while the ten free-standing cottages range in style and furnishings from purist Scandinavian to Adirondack hunting lodge to Japanese minimalist. If you can’t decide, take the whole property for a cool $38,000 per night—which you’ll have to do if you want your kids under age 18 to stay with you, too.Twin Farms offers 20 distinctive accommodations 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. Amenities include a complimentary fully stocked refrigerator with Kona coffee, tea, seasonal snacks, complimentary laundry service, and twice daily housekeeping service.
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