All the nice things said about this place are true, however, I have to agree with the previous reviewer's negative view of the general manager and the "clubby" feel. My husband and I are somewhat shy. While we were at Twin Farms different "social" events were planned (wine and cheese tastings, etc) which were a very nice idea, but we, too, were made to feel uncomfortable by the general manager and felt as if he were more interested in certain guests than others. It's hard to explain, but there was a certain obsequiousness/condescending nature about him.
Of course, not everyone can be happy about everything and this was a very nice place (other than the general manager).
I wonder if it was the same general manager who refused to offer a discount to the couple who had to sleep in a room without heat? I certainly would have demanded some sort of compensation for that.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Steeped in romance and folklore, Twin Farms is Vermont’s only luxury, five-star experience. With a sophisticated yet eccentric private art collection throughout 20 uniquely-designed accommodations ensconced in 300 acres, Twin Farms customizes every detail. Indulge in gourmet meals and fine wine. Pursue outdoor adventures. Retreat and relax. Engage in serious, contemplative work. Reconnect with people you love. Inspire yourself with possibilities. Savor infinite value. It’s all included. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Twin Farms Hotel Barnard
- Twin Farms Vermont/Barnard