RB Fitch


In 1974, RB Fitch began developing Fearrington, a 30-year adventure which would combine his small-town, know-your-neighbor upbringing with the style and charm of the English villages he had come to love. He and his late wife, Jenny, purchased the 640-acre dairy farm that had been in the Fearrington family for generations and started the conversion of the farm area and its surrounding land into a country village. The original farm house and outbuildings now house the shops and restaurants of the Village Center, while over 1,200 families own homes nestled in the surrounding woodlands and fields.

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  • On May 24, 2012
    RB Fitch answered the question: RB Fitch

    What are five things I should know about The Fearrington House Inn?

    Here are the five things you should know about The Fearrington House Inn:

    We are one of the longest-standing members of Relais & Chateaux in North America - since 1988.

    The Fearrington House Inn is family owned and has been the past 30 years.

    Although we are located in a country setting, we are within an easy driving distance to the major universities of UNC and Duke, the Research Triangle Park and the RDU International Airport.

    We have a new spa that was added in 2010 and features Elemis signature facials, manicures, pedicures, wraps and massages.

    Each of our 32 rooms and suites are individually decorated in the English country style with wonderful antiques and also modern amenities.
  • On May 24, 2012
    RB Fitch answered the question: RB Fitch

    What five things do we love most about The Fearrington House Inn?

    Here’s our list of the five things we love about The Fearrington House Inn:

    Gardens. There are extensive English gardens surround the property.

    The cuisine. From fine dining at The Fearrington House Restaurant to casual grill fare at the Fearrington Granary to fresh chopped salads at the Belted Goat, there are several options.

    The cows. The curious Belted Galloway cows look like Oreo cows roaming the pastures surrounding the Inn.

    All of the little extras that are included in the rooms - like a fresh bowl of apples, wireless Internet, snacks, bottled water, port at turndown, handmade truffles at turndown - all for no extra cost.

    The beds. Plush pillow-top mattresses from a local mattress company, featherbeds and 300-thread-count sateen sheets all make for an unbelievable night’s sleep.