Barnard, Ver­mont


RUS­TIC LUX­URY The Lodge’s main en­trance; en­joy time at White­face’s pri­vate beach; the beauty of the Adiron­dacks. Twin farms boasts 300 glo­ri­ous acres to ex­plore; the din­ing area; the Aviary cot­tage. The Green Moun­tain State is one of our favourite ro­man­tic spots. The state is brim­ming with quaint New Eng­land-style towns, charm­ing inns and lux­ury re­sorts, which are tucked away on wind­ing coun­try roads for the ul­ti­mate pri­vate hon­ey­moon es­cape.

One of the most renowned and ex­clu­sive prop­er­ties is Twin Farms— it’s so hid­den from the coun­try road­way it’s lo­cated on, you will prob­a­bly drive by the gates a few times be­fore find­ing it. But once you do, you won’t want to leave the sprawl­ing 300-acre Re­lais & Châteaux prop­erty. There are only 20 ac­com­mo­da­tions at Twin Farms be­tween the Cot­tages, The Farm­house at Cop­per Hill, The Lodge and the main house. We rec­om­mend one of the plush cot­tages for your hon­ey­moon, each equally in­cred­i­ble and dif­fer­ent in de­sign, fea­tur­ing ev­ery­thing from mod­ern and sexy to Moroc­can el­e­gance. The en­tire prop­erty boasts an in­cred­i­ble art col­lec­tion with works by masters like Roy Licht­en­stein, David Hock­ney, Frank Stella and Mil­ton Avery.

Twin Farms is all-in­clu­sive, so ev­ery­thing from in­cred­i­ble meals and drinks to ac­tiv­i­ties and tip­ping is cov­ered in your stay rate—you won’t have to think about a thing ex­cept re­lax­ing and in­dulging in an un­for­get­table hon­ey­moon. —Ali­son McGill

Think­ing of a desti­na­tion wed­ding in Ver­mont? We’ve got all the de­tails on how to get mar­ried there and have an in­cred­i­ble cel­e­bra­tion at Twin Farms. Visit wed­ding­­mont.

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