Twin Farms House and Forest

Twin Farms

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, or retreat and relax.

The New Website / A Luxurious Legacy

Over the past 80 years, Twin Farms has become Vermont’s only luxury, five-star hospitality experience, earning membership in the globally coveted Relais & Chateaux. Though the property is truly unparalleled, the resort website design starts with the basics: show the property, answer the questions, describe the experience, and make it easy to book. On that foundation of hospitality best practices, the experience quickly becomes exceptional.

Explore the Digital and Physical

If Twin Farms is steeped in romance and folklore, their new brand website aims to both show and tell the setting, positioning one of the world’s great boutique hotel properties for another century of stories.

Custom Asset Strategy + Direction / Storytelling Through Photography

Rich imagery was used to convey the property, activities, staff, and the series of individually unique rooms that create the Twin Farms experience. FINE brought in renowned Vermont photographer Jim Westphalen to ensure this critical asset met the expectations of the Twin Farms brand.

Responsive Design for Access on Any Device

The website’s responsive technology structure means the design adjusts automatically to the size of your browser, be it a laptop, an iPad, or a smartphone. A custom content-management system platform behind the site makes it easy to refresh both words and images.

Receive Anything and Everything You Request

With this launch, Twin Farms introduces their first online form for guests to use for concierge requests, food preferences, or anything else they dream up. Each function was undertaken to manage a digital experience as seamlessly as a personal interaction.