The Fearrington House Restaurant is located in Pittsboro, N.C., just eight miles south of Chapel Hill. Tucked away on gently rolling grounds that were once part of a dairy farm, this Four-Star restaurant is the epitome of romance. The old silo, dairy barn — which is now used for special events — Belted Galloway cows and Tennessee fainting goats grazing in the lush meadows, and the restaurant’s 1927 Colonial revival farmhouse attest to The Fearrington House’s rich history as a working farm for more than two centuries. Removed from the city and sitting adjacent to grassy meadows, the restaurant and luxury inn exude peace and quiet. Walking to the restaurant’s doorway at dusk, you’ll hear nothing but trickling fountains and crickets.