53 min

Hotel Legends: Vermont’s Twin Farms with John Graham Passport to Everywhere with Melissa Biggs Bradley

    • Places & Travel

Twin Farms is as legendary as it gets on the American hotel circuit. Located in picturesque Barnard, VT, just 1.5 hours from Burlington and 20 minutes from the charming village of Woodstock, this landmark hotel sits on 300 acres of pristine Vermont land. The hotel is intimate and historic with a sense of place few hotels in the U.S. have managed to capture. In fact, the Main House itself is an 18th century farmhouse purchased by writer Sinclair Lewis and famed journalist Dorothy Thompson in the 1930s (turned into a hotel in 1993).

To tell the story of this iconic place John Graham, longtime Managing Director, joins Melissa. The two will speak about the hotel's museum worthy art collection, its incredible culinary program, the activities and experiences one can do on and off property, and the legendary figures who have shaped the history of the hotel. And - just in time for the hotel’s 30th anniversary - Twin Farms is launching eight spectacular and serene Treehouses, the newest accommodation on property bringing the total room count from 20 to 28 (the first two launch on September 14th and the next six will follow through the fall). John will share details of these new beautiful new rooms and speak to the evolution of the hotel.

In case you want more of Twin Farms - Join Indagare as we celebrate the hotel’s 30th anniversary with a special video series, we’ll share a first look of the Treehouses and will be launching an interactive 3-part culinary series in the coming months. The video series will kick off with our live virtual conversation, Why Go Now: Vermont with John Graham on September 28th at 1pm EST. For more information and to sign up, visit www.Indagare.com.

For more information about Twin Farms, to reserve your stay, and to view the on-and-off property activities, visit www.twinfarms.com.

To follow Twin Farms and its adventures, check out the hotel on Instagram @twinfarms and Facebook www.facebook.com/twinfarms.

The upcoming Indagare and Twin Farm’s virtual video series celebrating the hotel’s 30th anniversary begins on September 28th at 1pm EST with the conversation, Why Go Now: Vermont with John Graham. Sign up online at www.Indagare.com.

Twin Farms is as legendary as it gets on the American hotel circuit. Located in picturesque Barnard, VT, just 1.5 hours from Burlington and 20 minutes from the charming village of Woodstock, this landmark hotel sits on 300 acres of pristine Vermont land. The hotel is intimate and historic with a sense of place few hotels in the U.S. have managed to capture. In fact, the Main House itself is an 18th century farmhouse purchased by writer Sinclair Lewis and famed journalist Dorothy Thompson in the 1930s (turned into a hotel in 1993).

To tell the story of this iconic place John Graham, longtime Managing Director, joins Melissa. The two will speak about the hotel's museum worthy art collection, its incredible culinary program, the activities and experiences one can do on and off property, and the legendary figures who have shaped the history of the hotel. And - just in time for the hotel’s 30th anniversary - Twin Farms is launching eight spectacular and serene Treehouses, the newest accommodation on property bringing the total room count from 20 to 28 (the first two launch on September 14th and the next six will follow through the fall). John will share details of these new beautiful new rooms and speak to the evolution of the hotel.

In case you want more of Twin Farms - Join Indagare as we celebrate the hotel’s 30th anniversary with a special video series, we’ll share a first look of the Treehouses and will be launching an interactive 3-part culinary series in the coming months. The video series will kick off with our live virtual conversation, Why Go Now: Vermont with John Graham on September 28th at 1pm EST. For more information and to sign up, visit www.Indagare.com.

For more information about Twin Farms, to reserve your stay, and to view the on-and-off property activities, visit www.twinfarms.com.

To follow Twin Farms and its adventures, check out the hotel on Instagram @twinfarms and Facebook www.facebook.com/twinfarms.

The upcoming Indagare and Twin Farm’s virtual video series celebrating the hotel’s 30th anniversary begins on September 28th at 1pm EST with the conversation, Why Go Now: Vermont with John Graham. Sign up online at www.Indagare.com.

53 min