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The Fearrington House Inn

Spread out over the picturesque village, each of The Fearrington House Inn's 32 rooms and suites has a distinct design and character, yet all are outfitted with luxe touches such as original Southern artwork, fresh flowers, a complimentary mini-bar, and other outstanding amenities like a decanter of port placed by your bedside at turndown.

Don’t Forget Your Fitness!

Just because you are on vacation at The Fearrington House Inn does not mean you have to skip your regular workout routine! All of our Inn guests have complete access to the Duke Center for Living, attached to Galloway Ridge. This full fledged gym facility is an easy half mile walk or bike ride from the Village Center. All you need is a day pass issued by the staff at Inn Reception to utilize the entirety of the gym. The Health and Wellness Center includes everything you could need for a full... Full Post >

More Than Just a “Check In”

Arriving at The Fearrington House Inn may seem intimidating to guests who have yet to enjoy Forbes Five-Star or AAA 5 Diamond service, but the staff of The Fearrington House Inn, Restaurant, and Spa are here to make you feel welcome and comfortable. As members of Relais & Chateaux, it is our utmost priority to welcome you like family, ensuring that your trip is as relaxing and carefree as possible. First, you are warmly greeted at the Inn Reception, where we confirm the details of your... Full Post >

Enjoy the Seasons with Fearrington

Summer is almost here in the South, and there is no better place to spend it than with us at The Fearrington House Inn. There are numerous gardens, flower beds, and fresh botanicals pleasing to the eye and soul scattered around the Inn. If you look through the arbors of Jenny’s Garden next to the Sun Room Patio (exclusive to Inn guests!), you can see crabapple trees lining an intimate wedding venue. Just behind that, you can spot a fenced-in herb garden, officially used by the chefs of The... Full Post >

Take a Taste of Fearrington Home

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 >

Special Soaps

Visitors to The Fearrington House Inn and The Spa at Fearrington have become very familiar with Molton Brown, a luxurious bath product line from The United Kingdom. The line perfectly complements Fearrington’s atmosphere of British countryside in the American South. The rich scents make any shower or bath a lavish experience, and the bar soaps found in the Inn’s bathrooms are also for purchase at The Spa’s boutique, Haven. The exfoliating bar soap contains ground pecan shells that... Full Post >

What Will Your Experience Be?

There are countless details that go into creating the relaxing and rejuvenating environment that the guests of The Fearrington House Inn know and love. From the beautifully crafted throw pillows and Kingsdown feather mattress pillow tops on the beds, to the hand-laid heated tiles that warm your feet in the bathrooms, to the beautiful gardens surrounding the Inn rooms, to the chocolate truffles that polish off an exquisite meal at The Fearrington House Restaurant. Not to mention the freshly... Full Post >

A Fearrington Spring to Savor

It's early on a weekend morning in April and the sun has already warmed the spot on the terrace at The Fearrington House Restaurant, where you've chosen to enjoy the day's first cup of coffee. A gentle breeze stirs fragrance from the canopy of wisteria blooms surrounding you, and you settle back to listen to the birdsong lilting through the gardens and savor the beginnings of what you know will be a perfect day. As vibrant and beautiful as the gardens at Fearrington are throughout the... Full Post >

Second Year of the Winter Coffee Pecan Porter

When the temperature drops there are a few things that become necessities: scarves, hats, mittens, wool socks and my morning cup of coffee. The way a warm cup of coffee warms me up and awakens my senses prepares me for the activities of the day. Throughout the year, Fearrington Village is enveloped in that same aroma of freshly roasted coffee. In the winter the aroma is more powerful and even more welcoming. When I sense that smell I know our coffee roaster Julian Vargas is busy at work at... Full Post >

Littorai: Above the Best, In a World of Its Own

Let's just say it, there are a lot of wineries that claim that they are the best (in their region, of all producers, of a certain grape varietal, etc). The idea of "the best" is, as I think we can all agree, largely subjective. Now, when we talk of a wine which is in and of itself completely different than anything else, I think that the classification "the best" no longer does that wine justice. How can you compare a wine so unique to others? When I speak about the wines of Ted Lemon from his... Full Post >

Sugar Cookies: The Perfect Holiday Treat!

I am excited to share this classic sugar cookie recipe that is just scrumptious. These cookies are perfect for decorating and sharing with friends and family over the holidays! Enjoy! You'll need: Soft butter 1 & 1/2 cup Sugar 2 cups Eggs 4 Vanilla 1 teaspoon All purpose flour 5 cups Baking powder 2 teaspoons Salt 1/2 teaspoon Instructions: Sift flour, baking powder and salt and set aside. In a mixing bowl of a mixer with a paddle attachment, on medium speed, cream the... Full Post >