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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The Fearrington House Restaurant, a member of the Relais & Chateaux association, is recognized for its sophisticated seasonal cuisine and personable service and promises guests a unique fine dining experience. Located in the original Fearrington farm home-place, the series of small, elegant dining rooms feature views of the stunning gardens; each is furnished with European antiques, and accented with original Southern art that creates an understated elegance.
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We can all use a retreat from this busy world we live in. From our busy schedules and endless to-do lists, to our constant desire to stay on top of things, we often forget to sit back, relax, and remember why we work so hard. There is evidence that momentary escapes and adventures can bring a sense of calm and joy, and provide a regular equilibrium to our busy lives. For me, this retreat can often be found in a glass of wine.
How, you might ask, can a glass of wine provide a momentary... Full Post >
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Looking for a little something sweet you can enjoy from home? We have the perfect treat! Stop by The Goat and pick up a pint of gelato. We currently have Valrhona Dark Chocolate, Vanilla, Key Lime Pie, Mint Chocolate Chip and Brown Butter Pecan Crunch available in pints! Simply open the freezer beside the gelato case and enjoy a bit of Fearrington as an after-dinner treat from the comfort of your own home.
Stop by often to see the new flavors Chef Colin Bedford and team keep creating. We... Full Post >
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A big thanks to Chapel Hill Magazine readers and Fearrington supporters for voting for us in the annual Best of Awards -- and a congrats to Fearrington staff. We are proud to announce that Fearrington businesses placed in 13 categories!
Best Upscale Restaurant
The Fearrington House Restaurant
Best Overall Service
The Fearrington House Restaurant
Spa at Fearrington
Best Place to Get a Massage
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One of our most treasured amenities, in which all Inn guests are welcome to partake, is the complementary English Afternoon Tea, served from 4:00pm until 5:00pm every day in The Fearrington House Restaurant. This service is exclusive to Inn guests, so you can be sure your tea service will be relaxing and catered to you.
Choose from any number of Harney & Sons Teas from our Tea Menu placed at your table. From the classic Earl Grey to herbal Raspberry or Verveine, there are plenty of... Full Post >
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Wine Director Maximilian Kast and Sean Lilly Wilson of Fullsteam Brewery have released their latest brew-concoction. This summer throughout Fearrington Village we will have the Fearrington-Fullsteam Summer India Tea Ale on tap. This beer is a session IPA made with tea grown by our neighbors in South Carolina.
Stop by The Fearrington House, The Fearrington Granary, The Goat or Roost to try the latest collaboration and cheers to the season! Full Post >
The Fearrington House Restaurant is the only AAA Five Diamond Restaurant in the US to be green certified by the Green Restaurant Association. As such, we strive to find more ways to be environmentally friendly.
Certified Green Restaurant®
In 2008, Fearrington House Restaurant started working with the Green Restaurant Association. Shortly thereafter, Fearrington House Restaurant became a Certified Green Restaurant. Two years later, in 2010, we upgraded to a 2 Star Certified Green Restaurant... Full Post >
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If you have visited any of our shops or stayed in our Inn, you may have noticed a little yellow book propped on the counter for sale or lying on a coffee table next to your room's plush sofa. That familiar yellow book is none other than The Fearrington House Cookbook: A Celebration of Food, Flowers, and Herbs, written by R.B. Fitch's late wife Jenny Fitch and illustrated by Dovecote's merchandising manager Daneen Eaton.
Arranged by season and celebration, this all-inclusive book offers... Full Post >
Spring is all about freshness. The colors, the tastes, the ingredients -- they all seem brighter than other seasons. After the browns and oranges that rein in the Fall and carry over into the Winter, the Spring menu is one of the most exciting for us in the kitchen to plan.
Some ingredients say Spring, like strawberries, morel mushrooms and ramps. Until local produce, like strawberries, hits peak season and makes its way into our kitchen, we incorporate ingredients from all over the United... Full Post >
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Who knew the amazing new desserts at The Goat would don white and dark chocolate curls?
Fearrington's Cake Designer and Chocolatier Emma Isakoff gave us a full tutorial!
Start with tempered chocolate at 33 degrees Celsius, known as working temperature in the kitchen, and spread on acetate strips. Why acetate? "Chocolate crystals will mimic whatever surface you place it on," says Emma. "The acetate is shiny which gives the final product a beautiful sheen."
Once the chocolate is nice and... Full Post >
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We live in the most exciting time to be a wine enthusiast in the history of the world. Some may say that this is a bold statement but the reality is, there has never been such high quality wine coming from so many regions all over the world. In the eighteenth century, when one mentioned world class wine there was just Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne and Rhein Riesling. Even a hundred years ago the conversation was still focused on those areas. Now the world is our oenological oyster and there are... Full Post >