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Welcome to Cheesecake Farms!
Treat your city bones to country space!
Cheesecake Farms is a simple, grass roots,
agri-educational farm that encourages
a healthy life through
healthy foods, healthy gardens and a healthy outlook......
served up with a generous helping of southern charm and Virginia grace.
Quiet and peaceful.
Refined, understated elegance.
Fresh air, green grass and a heavenly star show
in the dark night sky.
Cheesecake Farms is the perfect place to relax, refresh and reconnect.
Off the beaten path but close to everywhere you want to be.
Visit wineries. Shop for antiques.
Discover historical sites. Golf. Hike. Bike.
Take in the Gold Cup and other horse events.
Tour stately homes.
Ride in an old fashioned air plane. Pan for gold.
Just 50 miles from Washington, DC or Richmond.
20 miles from Fredericksburg, Culpeper or Warrenton.
Cheesecake Farms is smack in the middle of Virginia's gracious Hunt Country.
But Fauquier County is wine country, too!
There are plenty of world class wineries to tease your palate.
Micro-breweries, distilleries and legal moon shine, too!
Still, Cheesecake Farms is best known for its confections rather than polo ponies, vinifera or lagger.
For 20 years, innkeeper Karla Seidita brought fame to Fredericksburg with her bakery, Karla's Great Cheesecakes.
Like all legends, her cheesecakes live on even after her retirement.
You'll delight in them, among other culinary treats, at this one-of-a-kind, Farm Stay B&B.
We hope you'll plan a farm stay at our Bed and Breakfast very soon.
We'd love to spoil you with our southern hospitality!
Can't make it to Cheesecake Farms?
We'll bring it to you!
Cheesecake Farms at Home - books, blogs and gear.
Karla's hand dipped, signature Cheesecake Truffles (tm)
What do horses and cheesecakes have in common?
For twenty years, Karla Seidita owned a marvelous cheesecake bakery in Fredericksburg, Virginia. It was called Karla's Great Cheesecakes.
Each day, Karla and her staff turned mounds of cream cheese into yummy dessert cheesecakes, wonderful hors d'oeuvre cheesecakes and lovely, hand dipped cheesecake truffles
Karla's cheesecakes were legendary. Heads of state, landed gentry, corporate giants and movie stars all enjoyed Karla's desserts.
Several years ago, Karla retired from commercial baking to tend her gardens and her ponies at her home, Cheesecake Farms.
*Off the beat path but close to every where you want to be*
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