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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Corporate Meetings & Retreats
March 2, 2017 9:30 AM | By Village Confidant | No Comments
Are you planning a retreat for your team? Did you know our Corporate Events & Meetings team offers two overnight package options? These packages include everything your group needs for a successful and relaxing meeting, plus an incredible meal at either The Fearrington House Restaurant or The Granary.
All overnight packages provide complete event planning for your entire stay, meeting rooms for your group, overnight accommodations at The Fearrington House Inn, a three course dinner at either The Fearrington House Restaurant or The Granary, full breakfast and lunch, morning and afternoon breaks, full use of facilities, audio-visual cart with pull down screen, flip chart and fax, complimentary WiFi and 24 hour concierge service. If you require additional audio-visual equipment, Fearrington can provide this to you to rent by request.
Contact our Corporate Team to plan your meeting or corporate retreat at 919.542.2121 to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to learn more about The Fearrington House Restaurant and The Granary and see which experience is best for your team!
At The Fearrington House Inn
Relais & Châteaux’s The Fearrington House Inn is located less than 30 minutes from Raleigh-Durham International Airport, with easy drives to Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and beyond. Fearrington is the perfect location to begin a luxurious road trip, with exquisite cuisine from Five-Star, Five-Diamond Fearrington House Restaurant, indulgent spa treatments at The Spa at Fearrington and more. If you're looking for a trip along a northern Route de Bonheur, we suggest visiting Relais... Full Post >
Have you heard about The Fearrington House Inn's partnership with several area nonprofits to donate gently used linens and fabrics? These organizations re-purpose the linens into quilting tops, dresses, bandages and even bags! One of The Inn's charitable partners is Amy Matsuo, who has donated dresses and quilting tops to InterAct, a non-profit United Way agency, to help provide safety, support and awareness to victims of domestic violence and assault.
Matsuo's son, Wilson, was... Full Post >
Not everyone has the time to jet off for a honeymoon right after the wedding, but that doesn't mean couples can't take a few days or even just 24 hours to celebrate being newlyweds! Fearrington Wedding Director, Gilda, shares her tips on planning the perfect mini-moon!
"Stay close to home," said Gilda. "Pick the nicest place you can find in your area, like The Fearrington House Inn in North Carolina, and enjoy it rather than spending precious time traveling."
She also suggests making a... Full Post >
At McIntyre's Books
As the flowers bloom in the Fearrington gardens and nature puts on a fresh new face, so too has the McIntyre’s Children’s room. We’ve brightened up the shelves with new paint, moved some sections around and brought in some fabulous gift items. As always, our selection remains curated so come on in and let us help you find just the right book or gift for that special young person in your life.
We are very excited to also add to our offering of family opportunities at Fearrington by... Full Post >
In Our Gardens
If you're a plant blooming in the depths of a Carolina winter, both the risks and the rewards are great. On the rewards end, the plentiful warm and sunny days coax honeybees and other pollinators out to find available nectar sources, and you are more likely to get a visitor if you are not competing with the summer crowd. The risks are those few days when temperatures can plummet 40 or 50 degrees in a matter of hours, or heavy ice threatens.
Naturally, then, the hardiest bloomers share a few... Full Post >