On August 24Theresa Chiettini answered the question:The Spa at Fearrington’s best treatments are:
1. Elemis Visible Brilliance Facial. Independently tested with revolutionary results, this anti-aging face and eye treatment instantly firms, rejuvenates and plumps the skin, while helping to reduce dark circles. Moisturization levels of the skin are proven to increase by up to 61 percent and elasticity by 40 percent after just one treatment. Specialized micro-circulatory massage techniques are combined with powerful formulations and the two-phase amino active mask to help smooth, sculpt and restore skin radiance.
2. Hot stone massage. Heated smooth basalt stones are placed on key points of the body to melt away deep tension, while another set of stones are used in relaxing Swedish massage.
3. Bliss Massage for Two. Relax in your own private haven. This treatment is ideal for couples, friends and even mothers and daughters. Choose from one of the massages and enjoy a relaxing shared experience with your loved one.
4. Elemis Cellutox Aroma Wrap. This is a deeply detoxifying blend to decongest and stimulate the system. Let thoughts drift away, while being cocooned in a comforting foil wrap and treated to a pressure point facial massage and destressing scalp treatment. Combining the richness of sea plants and marine algae, this therapy helps reduce the appearance of cellulite and relieve the discomfort of fluid retention. The body is re-energized and skin is left silky soft and smooth.
5. Fearrington Luxury Pedicure. This indulgent ritual includes an exfoliating treatment using the luxurious Elemis Exotic Lime and Ginger Salt Glow and an Elemis Exotic Moisturizing Mask to nourish with mimosa and honey. We finish this treatment with paraffin wax and a complete pedicure.
On June 19, 2012Theresa Chiettini answered the question:Our guests have complimentary access to the Duke Center for Living, which is on the Fearrington property and within a quarter mile drive of The Fearrington House Inn. The facilities are state-of-the-art and offer a running track, treadmills and elliptical machines, pneumatic weight equipment and an indoor lap pool. Yoga classes are also available.
On June 8, 2012Theresa Chiettini answered the question:
On May 24, 2012Theresa Chiettini answered the question:There are personal trainers on staff at the Duke Center For Living and our concierge can set up a session with them at The Fearrington House Inn. There are also various exercise classes and yoga classes available.
On May 24, 2012Theresa Chiettini answered the question:Our suite bathrooms at The Fearrington House Inn are spacious and well appointed with heated towel bars filled with plush Frette towels. All grand suite bathrooms have separate walk-in showers and free-standing Jacuzzi or air bubble bathtubs. Some bathrooms also have heated floor tiling.
On May 24, 2012Theresa Chiettini answered the question:There are several great shops that are located near The Fearrington House Inn. Dovecote is a very chic home and accessories store where you can find the perfect hostess gift, a new look for your home or a beautiful scarf to accessorize your look. Very near to Dovecote you will find a charming bookstore called McIntyre’s Books which features free author readings at least three times a week and has an extensive cookbook section. Haven is the store attached to the spa and offers a variety of items to make you feel good - from loungewear to soaps and lotions.
On May 24, 2012Theresa Chiettini answered the question:The Fearrington House Inn is a small Relais & Chateaux inn and fine dining restaurant set in an English garden setting. It is known for award wining cuisine, warm and gracious staff and is surrounded by a charming country village of shops and restaurants that include McIntyre’s, a charming independent bookstore; Dovecote, a home and accessories store; The Belted Goat, a coffee shop and deli; Roost, a beer garden; The Fearrington Granary, a casual dining grill and bar; and Haven & The Spa at Fearrington.
The Fearrington House Inn
Pittsboro, NC, USA
Raised in a family of hoteliers, Chiettini learned the intricacies of managing luxurious hotels from a very early age. After earning a degree in Hospitality Management from the University of Central Florida, Chiettini spent several years at Relais & Chateaux properties in the U.S. and Europe before coming to The Fearrington House Inn in April of 2000.