Fearrington’s wine program is delighted to offer 10% off six or more bottles of wine purchased at The Goat! Whether you ask The Goat’s wine guru to mix and match a custom case, or you choose the bottles yourself, you’ll enjoy wines from hand-selected producers at a great value!
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Our Farm & Belted Barnyard
January 20, 2017 9:30 AM | By Village Confidant | No Comments
At the end of the summer, Fearrington welcomed new free-ranging chickens to our coop! These feathered friends were raised on a farm in North Carolina and now spend their days roaming the Fearrington pastures with the goats. At dusk, the chickens return to the coop and their door closes for safety.
The Fearrington farm is now home to 12 chicken species, with some from as far away as China! Our species range from the Old English Game Bantam to the Colombian Wine Dot and the Coocoo Maron. All of the chickens have unique characteristics: the Chinese Silky has five toes, while the Frizzle has reversed feathers, making it fluffy from its beak to its toes, and the Black Cochin has black feathers covering its feet to look like boots!
You’ll likely spot the chickens frolicking with the goats in the front pasture. Say “hello!” on your next visit to the Belted Barnyard!
The day of a wedding is packed with so many fun details, from getting ready to cocktail hour and reception, guests and newlyweds alike always wish for more time! Fearrington Wedding Planner, Gilda, recommends couples encourage guests to explore Fearrington during their wedding day.
"In a setting where there are fabulous gardens, encourage your guests to stroll and enjoy the scenery," said Gilda. "Likewise, in a wonderful garden setting, encourage your wedding party to be respectful of the... Full Post >
At Fearrington House Restaurant
With a Fearrington House recipe for clarified milk punch that dates back to the 18th century and North Carolina wild flower honey spiced liquor, this cocktail is equal parts history and local ingredients. The Fearrington Nightcap is the perfect fireside companion this winter season.
The chefs at The Fearrington House Restaurant created a recipe for clarified milk punch, although the drink recipe dates back to the 18th century, using vodka, bourbon, brandy,... Full Post >
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Your skin is your largest organ of your body. Biologically, our skin is our first line of defense. Culturally, skin defines much of our standard for beauty. Bright, youthful skin signals health and vitality. And, like every part of our bodies, skin responds to care and attention. Proper treatment can revitalize skin and slow the aging process, keeping skin healthier, longer. The difference between neglected and pampered skin is incredible — once you experience the joy of supple, breathable... Full Post >
New Year, new you! Resolution time!
Here at Dovecote, we love the optimism and freshness that comes with the new year. That newness inevitably flows into our fashion choices as well so this year we have a couple style resolutions to suggest.
Try a new trend. Whether it be bold stripes, a pop of bubblegum pink, or a dramatic sleeve, 2017 is the year to step out of your comfort zone and try something new! We have all kinds of new pieces arriving soon.
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In Our Gardens
Actually, to a gardener in the South, that's a bit of a fantasy. With so many sunny and pleasant winter days outside, the garden never really does get "put to rest." Tools don't quite make it to storage in the tool shed well-oiled and cleaned, and the gardener herself only has a few indoor days by the fire to contemplate next year's seed catalogs.
For the many of us who would gladly exchange a long winter nap for the chance to smell flowers and feel warm sunshine on our backs in January,... Full Post >