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There are four accommodations that would be considered equivalent to standard hotel rooms at Twin Farms. That said, there is nothing standard about these rooms, which are actually large junior suites each with a king-sized bed, sitting area and dining space, as well as a bathroom that has a separate shower and tub, dual vanity and lots of space to unpack and make yourself feel at home. The four rooms reside in the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel's main house, which dates back to 1795. On the first floor is Red’s Room, the original master bedroom named for Harry “Red” Sinclair Lewis, the first Nobel Prize winner in literature, who made this his country retreat, and the green-and-white toile-filled Guest Room. Then there is the Russian-inspired Dorothy’s Room — named after Dorothy Thompson, the “First Lady of American Journalism” and Lewis’ wife — on the second floor and the Americana-themed Washington Room decorated with pictures of artwork and other patriotic objects. In fact, each room at the luxury Vermont hotel is decorated in a style that reflects the name it is given and all have fireplaces. We particularly love the Washington Room because it is in one of the quietest parts in the main house. Even better, this room has two fireplaces, making it a perfect choice for a romantic winter getaway.
The rooms and suites vary in size and spirit at Twin Farms. Ranging from 600 to 1,000 square feet, they all boast king-size beds (with the exception of one room that has a queen bed); wood-burning fireplaces; desks; sitting areas and bathrooms with a separate soaking tub and shower.