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 Gardening Team maintains our gardens year-round to decorate the romantic setting with shrubs, trees, bulbs, annuals and perennials - creating Fearrington's award-winning natural landscape. Stroll through the gardens and read below for tips from our gardeners, new gardening projects and more.
Also In: At Fearrington House Restaurant
With summer in full swing, our gardens are full of vegetables, herbs and produce ready to use in the dishes at The Fearrington House Restaurant! We talked with Junior Sous Chef Zac about what's next for our gardens.
How long is the growing season for the vegetables growing in the gardens?
There is a long answer to this question, but the short answer is North Carolina is a great location to grow summer vegetables. We have the hot sunny days with ample rains with gives summer plants amazing... Full Post >
Did you know we're growing many different vegetables and herbs at Fearrington? The gardens allow our chefs to grow unique and interesting foods to enhance Fearrington's menu, in addition to the invaluable relationships with local farmers at The Fearrington Farmers Market and across the state, such as Heritage Farms, which help sustain Fearrington's farm-to-fork mission.
There are nearly 40 different vegetables being grown for the menu at The Fearrington House Restaurant, including... Full Post >
One of Fearrington's most iconic and beautiful garden's is Jenny's Garden. Named for Jenny Fitch, this peacful garden behind The Fearrington House Inn is a favorite for guests and visitors alike.
The white arbor benches in the corners of Jenny's Garden have picture perfect views of the blooming flowers in the center of the garden. Relax and enjoy the views of the Inn, the Pecan Trees and the surrounding gardens that surround Fearrington. Keep an eye out for the beginning set-up for an... Full Post >
Also In: At Fearrington House Restaurant, Our History & Belted Barnyard
Zac joined The Fearrington House Restaurant team in 2014 and was promoted to Junior Sous Chef in 2015. Previously, Chef Zac had worked at restaurants and sustainable farms in Virginia and North Carolina. At Fearrington he's using those skills to improve the plantings in the restaurant gardens, as well as creating housemade ingredients in our kitchens. Read more about his experiences below!
What was your first farm experience?
My mother's parents lived in the mountains of Virginia up a long... Full Post >
Did you know many of our floral arrangements throughout the Village (and sometimes at our special events) are made using flowers grown in our own gardens? One of the best spots to see these blossoms is in the cutting garden.
Tucked away from the Village Center, the bench in the cutting garden is the perfect place to rest and relax in the shade. Take in the quiet blooms and watch the bees and butterflies keep our gardens looking beautiful. If you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of a... Full Post >
The perfect way to spend the day is with a good book, right? This spot in front of McIntyre's is convenient for people watching in the Village Center or getting lost in a new summer read.
Enjoy the hustle and bustle of the Village Center, people watch at The Barn and listen to the Belties "moo," all in front of the quirky window displays of McIntyre's. Residents, guests and visitors alike take the time to stop and appreciate the connections throughout the village.
Do you have a favorite... Full Post >
After checking in to The Fearrington House Inn, why not stop for a moment to take in the scenery? Fearrington is surrounded by blooming gardens all year, and the courtyard at The Inn is one of guests' favorites places to sit.
Enjoy the serene fountain, watch guests come and go (and maybe a chef or two!), and relax in Fearrington's bucolic setting. This bench is the perfect location to unwind after traveling before strolling to dinner, or heading to visit the Belties. Savor the quaint Inn... Full Post >
Nestled behind the Village Center is Camden Park. The pedestrian friendly and scenic park is filled with lively wildflower meadows and quirky stone sheep. Many residents and guest alike enjoy a stroll through the park throughout the day!
Overlooking the water in Camden Park is a the perfect place to rest or enjoy the sunshine. Camden Park is a popular place to perch in Fearrington for its proximity to the village and to our neighborhoods. Take in the views of Fearrington's quiet... Full Post >
Just around the corner from The Fearrington House Inn with sweet views of The Fearrington House Restaurant is the perfect place to take in the bucolic views of the Village. Watch the bustling of the kitchen, or as guests explore the village shops.
Take the opportunity to soak up the scene after checking into your room. It's the perfect connection of beauty, hospitality and service that encompasses Fearrington's story.
Do you have a favorite public place at Fearrington? Share yours and tag... Full Post >
The Gardening Team, Chef Colin Bedford, Chef Tom Whitaker and Chef Thomas Card worked hard last fall to clear out the old hoop houses, build raised beds, and prep vegetable seeds to plant.
Anne Stomp from Duckwood Farms in Chatham County, worked with the restaurant team as a consultant to guide in the first growing season. After producing leeks, beets, carrots, kale and radishes for the winter menu, the chefs are already looking ahead to spring!
The chefs have planted cauliflower,... Full Post >