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For the average price at Twin Farms, rates are divided up into two seasons: peak and off-peak. During off-peak season, rates drop by $100 per night in all rooms and cottages, with the exception of the Farmhouse at Copper Hill (a four-bedroom house).
The best rates will be for the main house rooms, which are really more akin to junior suites, as all have living areas and spacious bathrooms. Here, rates start at $1,400 per night; if you want to get the true feeling of being the only one in the woods, reserve a private cottage, with prices starting at $2,100 per night. Expect to pay up to $3,100 for the chalet, the largest of all the cottages at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel. You’ll get more than 3,000 square feet of glorious living space designed for just two people.
Want all 20 accommodations? You can buy out the whole Five-Star hotel for an intimate gathering of 40 of your best friends or colleagues for a cool $43,000 per night. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a more original hotel experience anywhere.
Nightly rates at the luxury Vermont hotel are based on two adults sharing accommodations, and they include daily breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, all beverages, wine and unlimited use of all the recreation equipment you can pack into your schedule. When you book a stay at Twin Farms, you’ll get all the luxury you’d expect from a Five-Star hotel — and then some.