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When you stay at Twin Farms, you can expect a nightly turndown service while you’re out of your room enjoying dinner. The staff will provide a thorough cleaning, straightening and refresh of your room or cottage during turndown. That delicious cup of Kona coffee you brewed for yourself in the French press earlier in the day will be cleared away and replaced. You’ll also find the curtains drawn and the lights dimmed to a subtle glow when you return. Set upon your bedside table will be a fresh bottle of water, drinking glass and the part we love the most: a piece of Vermont fudge. All you need to do is slip into the soft Anichini linens and sink into the pillowy feather bedding.
If you’re staying in the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel's Perch or Studio Cottages, have the staff fill up your bathtub; it takes an hour to fill the 500-gallon copper tubs, so you’ll want to make the request ahead of time for the ultimate bath before bed. The turndown service at this luxury Vermont hotel is everything you’d expect from a Five-Star destination.