Casa de la Pradera Farm Stay Bed and Breakfast

Casa de la Pradera.... (house in the meadow)

is a farm stay bed and breakfast on a working organic farm.  
It overlooks a meadow,  and is a short walk over the hill from  
Sierra foothills village of Fiddletown and its historic buildings, and
is only three miles from the Shenandoah Valley and its wineries.

"The Casa" is not just a Bed and Breakfast, but also a small
working CSA (community supported agriculture) farm that  
produces vegetables, herbs, apples, olives and eggs for local
farmers markets.  This is an authentic farm stay.  While the
farmhouse is a newer building constructed fifteen years ago, the
Kaiser family, your host,  has been on the  land for over 50 years.  

Set in the peace and quiet of the country, you will hear nothing but
frogs at night, and birds awakening you in the morning.  It offers a
wonderful escape from city life, a place to unwind and ground
oneself in authentic country life-- and even learn a bit about
organic gardening before you head out to a local winery- or
continue  on to the High Sierra.   

A very family friendly place to stay--kids especially love to feed the chickens and help collect eggs, and help pick vegetables in the gardens; also perfect for couples looking for a quiet, romantic retreat, and individuals seeking a pleasant, private but not too isolated country visit. Come enjoy the country at Casa de la Pradera!

More about us

Authentic working award-winning organic farm..
your hosts have been on the land for over 50
Convenient to Amador County's fabulous
We've been hosting guests for over 15 years,
sharing our love of life on the land and our
unique foothills environment.  
An authentic farm stay experience-learn and
see about organic farming practices in action.
A base for visiting Foothills charming small
towns and gold rush museums.
Call us at 209 245-6042 for more information
or to make a reservation.

People tell us a stay at "the casa" lets them
slow down &  reground themselves.

Our guests take walks and see what's in season
in the garden, take the short scenic drive (or bike
ride) to the Shenandoah Valley and its vineyards;
Stroll down to the village via the creek; and turn
their breakfast and  afternoon teas into picnics,
lingering affairs enjoying the coffee & conversation
with a backdrop of the sights, sounds and smells
of the farm and foothills.