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Mountain Magic in Central Vermont

The snow-covered mountains of central Vermont provide Shane Mitchell with opportunities to enjoy the state’s cold-weather comforts and outdoor pursuits.

America's Best All-Inclusive Resorts

A hassle-free vacation is closer than you may think: T+L rounds up the best all-inclusive resorts across the U.S.

Renovating Vermont’s Twin Farms

Twin Farms, the high-end hideaway in Vermont, tempts fate with two new buildings and an updated look. A T+L exclusive.

Weekender: Woodstock, Vermont

The Victorian mansions, working farms, and tight-knit community of Woodstock share an undeniable magnetism. From the time the Abenaki Indian enclave was first settled by...

T+L Reports: Jepson Center for the Arts

Since its establishment in 1886, the Telfair Museum of Art in Savannah has displayed its collection of paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, and photography in a...

50 Most Romantic Places, 2005

Nothing puts us in the mood for love like travel. We've searched the world for destinations where romance is not just promised—it's guaranteed.

Cincinnati Rising

Welcome to the new Midwest. This Ohio city has a decidedly modern approach to architecture, food, and—most of all—attitude

T+L Reports: Hotel Gifts

Why settle for points when you can have presents?Inventive hotels are rewarding ultra-loyal guests with increasingly lavish tokens of esteem. Sparkling wine stays fizzy at...

30 Great Inns

Searching for that perfect hideaway?We combed the nation for the best undiscovered inns and B&B's, and found something for every taste. From mountaintop lodges to...

50 Romantic Hotels: Rustic Lodges

Introduction | Secluded Retreats | City Lights | Into the Wilderness | Along the Shore | Best Values | Urban Classics | Country Grandeur |...
HOTELS

Twin Farms

Check into one of 20 idealized log cabins (crackling fires and a downy comforter on the hickory-twig bed; hot chocolate and handmade marshmallows) on this 300-acre retreat. Centered on a 1795... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Barnard Inn Restaurant

When Will Dodson and Ruth Schimmelpfennig graduated from the Culinary Institute of America, they established two successful restaurants in San Francisco before moving into this 1796 red-brick... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Barnard General Store

From the soda fountain at the rear, one can look across to Silver Lake, frozen solid and strewn with ice-fishing shacks. About 20 yards out from the shoreline, a chubby effigy stuffed with straw named... more ›


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