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Inn of the Month: December 2007

Twin Farms, Barnard, VT

It's not often that a hotel can claim its own ski hill. True, 700 vertical feet is no Killington (30 minutes away), but Twin Farms, on a 300-acre country estate, calls this six-trail slope its own, and you need not be part of any private club to ski it. You do have to be a guest, lodging in one of a dozen charming cottages. Two favorites are Orchard, with two hand-carved fireplaces, white ash floors and tree-studded mountain views; and Woods, with vaulted ceilings, arched picture windows and a Rococo-style décor that imparts a Tuscan feel.

Stealing Summer


The snow's gone, but elite service and amenities-often half the price-turn ski country's poshest lodgings into the season's don't-miss deals.

Transactions: January 2003


Mountain property transactions for January 2003.

Country Estate


This Vermont estate was once a working dairy farm and wonderfully maintains that character.

Swiss Treat

Travel Midwest

This small hill has big aspirations when it comes to hooking Hoosiers on skiing.

Transactions: February 2001

Mountain Life

Mountain Property transactions for February 2001.

Beaver Pond Farm

Mountain Life

Originally one of four dairy farms that now make up Sugarbush Golf Course, Beaver Pond Farm was built in 1840 and is included in the State Register of Historic Buildings

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