Landmark Inn

64 Chestnut Street, Cooperstown, New York, 13326, United States | 4 star b&b
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Landmark Inn Cooperstown

    You Deserve The Best

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    Pretty, pleasant, perfection PLUS. All needs were met and noone was ever too busy to be accomodating. The decor is lovely and tasteful...the breakfasts beautifully presented, plentiful and delicious (Jennifer makes scrumptious muffins) and she and Pete are ideal hosts!

    Wonderful stay at the Landmark

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    Stayed at the Inn in early July with our 10-year-old son. Our room was spacious and elegant, as was the rest of the inn, but still warm and welcoming to us and our son. Delicious breakfast, and a nice walk to the heart of downtown. We also enjoyed our chats with the innkeepers-- very friendly, and filled with local knowledge. Will definitely stay at the Landmark on our next visit to Cooperstown.

    Recommend the Landmark Inn

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    My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed a wonderful respite at the Landmark Inn the week of July 12, 2004. We spent 2 nights at the Landmark in a pretty, comfortable, roomy, sunny suite that made us feel very much at home. Lovely accoutrements throughout the Inn and in our room, as well as all the comforts not always found in restored older homes (a large bathroom, a/c and tv/vcr). The staff is polite, unobstrusive and laid back; and Peter was a wonderful and accomodating host. The full, chef-prepared gourmet breakfasts are out of this world, served in the lovely dining room on linens and old fashioned china. It is convenient to all the attractions and restaurants in town, so we were able to leave the car and enjoy the town on foot. A very enjoyable trip. We hope to visit again soon.

    Wonderful Place to Stay

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    My wife, son, and I stayed two nights at the Landmark Inn (Room #8) during the week of July 5, 2004. Our rooms were lovely & immaculate and breakfast both days was delicious!

    The Landmark is a short walk from the Baseball Hall of Fame and downtown Cooperstown. Resturants in the area that were recommended by our hosts were excellent -- especially the Hoffman Lane Bistro!

    Stay at Landmark

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    Spent 4 nights at TheLandmark Inn and thoroughly enjoyed it. Breakfasts were delicious, and the room (No. 5) was very comfortable. Jennifer and Peter were very hospitable.

    Beautiful, Immaculate and one of the best!

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    I decided to take my husband to Cooperstown as a surprise for his birthday. I had been to Cooperstown before for work and knew this would be a perfect spot for us to share a fun, relaxing weekend together. Once I found the Landmark Inn, I felt sure that my plans were complete. Upon arrival, we were welcomed by Jennifer and Pete and their place was better than I had ever imagined. We happen to be there on their one year anniversary of opening and it is quite amazing what they have done to the place. We stayed in Room 3 which was so very comfortable, clean, and beautiful! Each morning we were served a delicious, gourmet breakfast in such a perfect setting. Spending our days in Cooperstown was so much fun but coming back to the Landmark at the end of the day was so refreshing and we looked forward to it. On our second night, Pete sent us off to one of their favorite restaurants in a neighboring town and our meal was unbelievable as well. Our trip from New York City will be unforgettable and the Landmark Inn was such a special part of our weekend. Don't miss this place!

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    Relaxing and inviting

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    We stayed at the Landmark Inn (Room 9) this past weekend, and had to share how much we enjoyed the experience. Jennifer and Pete, the proprietors, were unbelievably helpful and accommodating to squeeze us in on a very busy weekend for them. It's the Inn's one-year anniversary since being fully renovated. And boy oh boy, have they done an amazing job with the place!

    We've stayed at a few B&Bs in our time, and this definitely tops the charts. Our (very private) room was impeccably decorated, decked out with full A/C, a private bathroom with a tub (not necessarily a given at some B&Bs we've visited in the past), TV/VCR and complete video library, the list goes on. Since my husband ended up not feeling well, I can tell you we took full advantage of the VCR!

    They even brought our full breakfast (and may I say, one of the most delicious I've ever had) directly to our room, since I had mentioned my husband wasn't feeling up to par. I enjoyed plenty of home-brewed coffee, fresh-squeezed juice, eggs (missed the french toast the day before -- rats!), and even savored some coffee cake (yum!)...while my husband noshed on the fresh fruit and relaxed with me on the private deck overlooking the peaceful backyard.

    We unfortunately had to cut our trip short because of his not feeling well (about which Peter and Jennifer were extremely understanding), and promised them that we'd return when he was feeling 100%. I can't wait to tell all my friends about this wonderful gem in Cooperstown! It's not fussy, not overbearing, not cutesy, not overkill in any way -- just a lovely, peaceful, comfortable place to relax and get away.

    Oh and did I mention that Pete gave us recommendations for a few of the local hangouts (too many to name -- ask him when you go!), which all turned out to be fabulous. Next time, we're going to try the microbreweries and stick around much longer. Hopefully, some friends will be able to join us so we can share this incredible find!

    Go and see this B&B! You won't regret a second of it. I guarantee it. (even your husbands will approve -- you can honestly say they won't be staying in a frilly room -- there was no chintz in sight on our trip!) Jennifer's next career (she's already had several successful ones) should be as an interior designer -- or a cook -- I can't decide which is more impressive!

    LOVED THE LANDMARK IN MAY 2004

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    Our family stayed at the Landmark Inn in May of 2004 for two nights while visiting The Baseball Hall of Fame. From our first phone call we felt welcomed. We couldn't find many Inns that were suitable for a young family, but the Landmark was ideal. We had a lovely room that was spotless and beautifully decorated with our own large bathroom. The Inn was well appointed, quaint, and we were served two wonderful breakfasts with all of the trimmings. Our ten year old stated "that it was the best food he had ever tasted'', which says alot. Somehow I don't think he will be happy with cereal and toast again. The owners Jennifer and Peter were more than accommodating to our two children with regards to the meals served and special table settings just for them. I'm very picky when it comes to vacations and we went into the Landmark on TripAdvisor referrals, and we made a perfect choice. There was NOTHING that we would have changed. Peter even brought me a cup of tea served in a china cup on a silver tray at ten at night. What more could a tired Mom ask for? Don't hesitate for a minute to stay at this Inn, even towns people told us that it was one of, if not the best place to stay in town. Quiet, relaxing, warm, friendly and very clean, all put together made for a wonderful few days away. I know that you will enjoy your stay as much as we did!

    J. Snelgrove

    Great inn

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    Stayed at The Landmark Inn for one night in April 2004 on the recommendation of a friend. Found it to be very nice- stayed in adjoining rooms 9 and 9A with another couple- which was perfect for traveling with friends. The breakfast was TERRIFIC! Hosts were very helpful and enthusiastic about their new business venture.

    Loved the Landmark Inn

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    We stayed at the Landmark Inn from Nov. 30 - Dec. 3rd 2003 and we had a great experience. The innkeepers, Peter and Jennifer Landers, are wonderful and warm people. Their breakfasts were delicious! They were also most helpful with suggesting places for sightseeing and dining (Definitely try the Hoffman Lane Bistro - Great food!). The inn opened in May 2003 after undergoing major renovation, and it looks wonderful. The sitting areas are warm, cozy, and inviting. The rooms are tastefully decorated. We stayed in Room 4 which was decorated in a Native American motif and included a jacuzzi tub. The town of Cooperstown is extremely charming, and it is especially picturesque this time of year with many holiday decorations throughout Main Street, the shops, and the homes. It snowed everyday that we were in town, and it made the vacation that much more charming despite the cold weather. The National Baseball Hall of Fame was a great place to visit even though about half of the exhibits are not available due to renovations. We will definitely return once renovations are done. The Fenimore Art Museum had an extensive Native American art collection as well as folk art. There are also visiting exhibits that were quite interesting. The shoe exhibit was enlightening (It was interesting to see the chopines - the ancestors of the high heel.) and entertaining. The Norman Rockwell exhibit was very quaint and reminiscent of days gone by. All in all, we had a wonderful time in Cooperstown. We would definitely go back again and stay at the Landmark Inn.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Landmark Inn Cooperstown

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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