Open May through March, Twin Mountains Farm Bed & Breakfast is located at 549 Coy Hill Road in Middletown Springs, just 30 miles from Killington, Pico and Okemo Mountain Ski Resorts, in Vermont's Rutland-Killington area. The charming inn is also convenient to the Bromley, Stratton & Magic Mountain Ski Areas. Built in 1830, the original house is listed on the Vermont Historic Registry as the Martin Coy House.
Beautifully situated on 150 acres of woods, fields and streams between Coy and Morgan Mountains, the inn's property also includes the mountains to the ridgeline on the north and south sides. Five miles of groomed cross country ski and snowshoeing trails are located on the property. Guests will enjoy the exclusive use of the large living room which offers a library/reading area in the rear and a complete TV and sound electronics set-up, with Directv service, VCR, tape and CD player, at the front. Located between these two areas is a propane gas fireplace. A computer work station with internet access, as well as a nice selection of books, card and board games, are also available for our guest's use.
Three bedrooms, all with private baths, are available for rental by the night. For lodging rates and room descriptions please click on the "BB Rooms & Rates" link. In the winter months breakfast is served in the country kitchen next to a roaring fire in the woodstove and in the summer months on the screened porch surrounded by the flower gardens and great outdoors.
On-site spa services such as massages, manicures and pedicures can be scheduled by appointment. Recent guests who have had spa services marveled at the sounds of the babbling brook and the song birds while having a massage on the terrace in the fresh Vermont air.
To view a topographic or highway map of the Middletown Springs-Poultney-Rutland-Killington area click on " Map & Directions" link. Twin Mountains Farm B&B is a member of the Poultney, Vermont Chamber of Commerce and the Vermont State Chamber of Commerce. We look forward to seeing you! Your hosts, Walt and Annie Pepperman.