You’ve probably heard me tell about our recent stay at the Fearrington House Country Inn in Pittsboro, NC and the delicious eating we did there. Now another well deserved accolade has been awarded as you can see by todays press release below.
So how was our visit? Let’s say I would move there in an instant to be able to participate in all the activities, cooking classes, wine dinners, farmers market, tea and eat lunch every day!
If you’re on a business trip to Chapel Hill and the Triangle area stay over an extra night or two and make it at the Fearrington House Country Inn. Is there a special occasion coming up like a birthday or anniversary? Make it a weekend at the Fearrington House Country Inn. Every moment will be wonderful.
Oh the breakfast selections, and the most authentic high tea…plus the accommodations are so relaxing, the shops well stocked with interesting and quality items, a little walk around the village to tell the belted animals good night before turning with a new book from McINTYRE’S FINE BOOKS, a few house made chocolate truffles and a nice bottle of wine from the Belted Goat gourmet shop. What could be greater?
We tell everyone how we loved it here and can’t wait to have a reason to go back…oh heck who needs a reason.
Pittsboro, NC – October 19, 2009 – The Fearrington House Country Inn and Restaurant was voted the 9th best small U.S. hotel by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler in its 2009 Readers’ Choice Awards. The awards appear in the November issue (on news stands October 20). This year, 25,008 readers voted on more than 10,000 properties and destinations. This year’s survey included a new category: Small Hotels (under 50 rooms) in the United States .
“We’re thrilled the readers of Condé Nast Traveler have voted us among the very best small U.S. hotels. This new category allows smaller properties, many of which are Relais & Chateaux properties such as ourselves, to really shine,” said Theresa Chiettini, General Manager of the Fearrington House Country Inn and Restaurant. “We’re also pleased to share the top rankings with some other outstanding North Carolina properties. It really showcases the tourism appeal of the state.” Also in the top 20: The Swag (rated #2) in Waynesville , NC , and Old Edwards Inn (#21) in Highlands , NC.t