The Bed, Barn & Breakfast

At

 Cheesecake Farms


Connemara Ponies and Our Belgium Draft in the Field At Cheesecake Farms
Ponies in the Field at Cheesecake Farms
Lark and Missy are the Connemara ponies of Cheesecake Farms.  These Irish ponies are the sport utility vehicles of the horse world.  Friendly, happy and muscular.  They're ready for any adventure!
Lark and Missy - The Connemara ponies of Cheesecake Farms
Spend a few precious days (or longer!) with us at Cheesecake Farms.

We're a real farm located in Fauquier County - Virginia's gracious hunt country.

Tucked in between Fredericksburg, Culpeper and Warrenton, Virginia, half way between Richmond and Washington, DC - we're easy to find. 

Two Connemara ponies live at Cheesecake Farms named Missy and Lark. They're young and playful.  

Our elder horse is Frank.  He's a Belgium Draft cross and he's an angel.  Everyone loves Frank. 

Frank is a Belgium - Draft Horse cross.  Big feet, kind heart.  Children of all ages love Mr. Frank!
Frank - our elder gentleman.


We have gardens to day dream in and gardens you can work in. 

There's a lazy stream for meandering and seasonal cooking classes to tease your palate. 

Tour the hot spots of Sumerduck, Virginia (Smith's Antiques, Roger's Ford Farm Winery and the Sumerduck Trading Company - our local convenience store). 

Visit the Goldvein museum down the road then pan for gold in our stream. 

Come to hunt country for the horses, the antique shopping, the civil war battlefields and the wineries.  Or just come for the peace and quiet.    

Experience the simple elegance of every day farm life.
Reconnect and refresh. 
Feel the earth beneath your feet.


The Bed and Breakfast at Cheesecake Farms 

Your Inn Keepers,
Karla and Tony Seidita


Stay in our barn.  Stay in our Hay Loft Suite.
The charming Hay Loft Suite is upstairs next to our actual hay loft
Relax On A Farm!

Love horses?
Looking for that perfect get away?
Up for something a little different?

Family and pet friendly. 
Bring your dog and your children.
Or make it a romantic get away and leave them at home!

Accommodations

Our Bed and Breakfast suites are available weekends, only.
Friday or Saturday check in.
 
 
 
Standard Bed & Breakfast Rates
All suites are the same rate - single or double occupancy.
Our standard "Bed & Breakfast" rates may vary according to season, holiday or package.
Please confirm your rate when making your reservation.
 
Check in is 3 PM to 6 PM.
Check out is by 12 noon.
 
Friday night stay - $189
(Includes our Farm House Breakfast Saturday morning.)
 
Saturday night stay - $259
(Includes our Hunt Country Brunch on Sunday morning.)
 
Both (Consecutive) Friday and Saturday nights - $389
(Includes both the Farm House Breakfast and Sunday Brunch.)
 
Additional over night guests are $99 per guest per night for the "Bed & Breakfast".
There is a maximum number of guests per each suite. 
The over night guest standard "Bed & Breakfast" rate may vary according to the season, holiday or package. 
 
Dogs are welcome in any of the Barn Suites.
The cost is $25 per dog per night with a maximum of 2 dogs per suite.
 
We also offer packages!
 
For groups and longer visits, we offer farm stays.
 
 
 

The Tack Room Suite - 1 Bedroom/1 Bath that converts to a 2 Bedroom/2 Bath as needed. Sleeps up to 6.
The Hay Loft Suite - 1 Bedroom/1 Bath. Sleeps up to 4.
B&B on a Farm
Suite Basil - Traditional B&B accommodations in the Mane House. Sleeps 2.
B&B on a Farm
Suite William - Traditional B&B accommodations in the Mane House. Sleeps 2.
Food


Wake up to seasonal fare like local eggs and home fries, corn meal pancakes with hot pear and nutmeg sauce, home made granola, muffins, tea breads, buns, juice, fresh fruit, yogurt or whatever else we're whipping up.  All meals are served family style.

Brew your own coffee and tea right in your room whenever you want a cup. 
Most rooms and suites have a refrigerator for your convenience and some even have a microwave. 


N
eed to get on the road early? 
Take your breakfast with you.  We'll have take out containers available.  

You'll notice a healthy difference in our cuisine.
While we're not strictly vegetarian, you'll find much of our home-y cuisine to be delightfully vegetarian.

Whenever possible, we use locally raised, organic ingredients in our hunt country cuisine and much of it from our own gardens in season.

We
 can often accommodate those with slight special dietary needs but those with severe or life threatening restrictions should bring food suitable to their situation.  

We are happy to re-heat special needs foods but, with regret, cooking other than microwave re-heating, is not available. 

We do not have allergy or gluten free-dedicated kitchens.

Sorry, there is no meal allowance if you bring your own food.


 
Things to Do 

We're off the beaten path but close to everywhere you want to be.....


The Village of Sumerduck, VA

Roger's Ford Farm Winery
www.rogersfordwine.com
 

Smith's Antiques
Largest selection of antique oak in the state
 
www.smithsantiques.net
 
Antique planes - Trick flying - Wing Walking
www.flyingcircusairshow.com
 
Goldvein Mining Museum
Live the history of real gold mining through this re-creation of an actual gold mining camp that operated right here prior to the California Gold Rush
www.goldvein.com/history.html
 
 
Nearby Towns
Real home town America.... many things in Culpeper and Warrenton close down on Sunday.... somethings in Fredericksburg, too.   So call ahead to be sure! 

Fredericksburg - 20 miles
Colonial and Civil War History
Confederate Cemetry
Shopping, Antiques, Lots of Restaurants
University of Mary Washington
Golf

You could spend a week in Fredericksburg and not see everything!

www.visitfred.com


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Culpeper - 10 miles

Civil War History - Battle of Brandy Station - The Grafitti House  
Mueseum, Shopping, Antiques, Restaurants
Mt Pony - Library of Congress film archives
Wineries

www.visitculpeperva.com

 

Library of Congress Film Preservation (at Pony Mountain)

About the Theater - Culpeper, Virginia - A/V Conservation (Library of ...

www.loc.gov › A/V Conservation › Events & Screenings

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Warrenton - 20 miles

Civil War History - Mosby Heritage area and Mosby House  
Shopping, Antiques, Restaurants
Wineries
Wallace Simpson stayed at the Green Hotel (now city offices) for 6 weeks waiting for her divorce so she could marry Edward - The King of England.

www.virginia.org/cities/Warrenton

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Washington D.C. - 50 miles

Richmond - 50 miles

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Wineries
There are about 27 wineries in Fauquier County.... and the number climbs when you add in Culpeper and Loudoun Counties...... all are within an easy (not too far) drive.

http://www.fauquiertourism.com/wineries.html


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Outdoor Recreation, Hiking, Horse Events Etc.

http://www.fauquiertourism.com/outdoorrec_equestrian.html


Chester A Phelps Wild Life Management Area

http://www.dgif.virginia.gov/wmas/detail.asp?pid=17





 

 


 Making A Reservation


Call or email us to make a reservation.


Our phone number is 540-439-2188.

Our email is CheesecakeFarms@aol.com


We're a family farm and not always by the phone so if
you get an answering machine, leave your name, number and the best time to reach you so we can return your call. 

We return all calls and answer all emails generally within 24 hours so if you don't hear back from us by that time, assume that we didn't get your message and please try again.
 


Payment for your stay is required when making your reservation.

Rooms are not held without payment in full.


For your convenience, we accept Mastercard, Visa, and AmExpress.



Check In - Check Out


Check in is from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.

Check out is by 12 noon.



Cancellations

More than 14 days - full refund.

Less than 14 days - no refund unless the suite is re-rented.