The Inn at Cooperstown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Historical Traveler Reviews The Inn at Cooperstown
What a wonderful Inn
Off season at The Inn of Cooperstown was exactly the peaceful, quaint, retreat I was hoping to find. Wonderful history, casual elegance, friendly staff, and involved Owner/Inn Keepers - Mark & Sherri. Convenient location to shops, restaurants, and attractions. And a great place to sit by one of the several fireplaces with a book, a laptop, or hot drink. (Mark, I loved the quality and the convenience of the Flavia coffees, teas, chocolates.)
This was my first stay at the Inn of Cooperstown. I look forward to a return visit to Cooperstown .. and another stay at The Inn !!
Super clean and Wonderful B&B
If you're looking for a spotless, friendly B&B in a wonderful location, look no further than the Inn at Cooperstown.
I just stayed there this past weekend. This is by far one of the cleanest, if not the cleanest, B&B I've ever stayed. The owners, Marc and Sheri, are super friendly and helpful. The location can't be beat...just park your car and walk to the restaurants, shops, and Baseball Hall of Fame!
The inn is real nice and quiet...perfect for couples looking for a getaway. There are no phones or tvs in the rooms for additional quiet. There is a phone and flat-screen tv for guests' use in one of the parlor rooms.
Even better the 2nd time around!
The Inn at Cooperstown is the best Bed & Breakfast that I have yet to stay in. The innkeepers are fully involved and the nicest people you will ever meet. The entire staff is ready to assist you at any time of the day with a smile. There are many little touches and it's that detail that you remember years later. Over any other location in Cooperstown, NY, I would highly reccommend the Inn at Cooperstown. Marc & Sherri are the most kind individuals I have encountered in my travels and I can promise anyone this- I will be back!
Great stay even if it did rain for three days
Stayed at the Inn at Cooperstown,as we have for the past five years.I love waking up to the smell of fresh baking muffins.It rained the whole three days we were there, but did not stop us from having a wonderful stay. Just relaxing on the front porch makes it even more special.As always the rooms were spotless, even my husband remarked about the spotless bathrooms everyday.We had a excellent weekend. Thanks to such a wounderfull staff.
Another terrific stay
Stayed at The Inn at Cooperstown over July 4th weekend, it was excellant as usual. This was out 6th or 7th stay in 10 years & our 1st since the new owners took over. We were glad to see everything was up to the same standard as it had been in the past. Our room was very comfortable & quiet & had the cleanest bathroom I have ever seen in a hotel. We loved relaxing in the rocking chairs on the front porch & enjoyed the afternoon refreshments of ice tea, lemonade & cookies. (if you are there in the winter they have a wonderful fireplace in the parlor....so nice to relax in front of a fire on a cold day!) Breakfast is an assortment of muffins, toast, cereal & fruit.....nothing fancy but good. Another great selling point for the Inn is how close it is to The Hall & Main St. You park your car at the Inn & don't need it again til you check out. The Inn is beautiful, clean, quiet & convenient....can't ask for any more than that!
Enjoyed the Inn at Cooperstown
We usually stay in hotels rather than inns or B&Bs, but we enjoyed our one night stay at the Inn at Cooperstown. The rooms and baths were good, and the location for visiting the Hall of Fame and the main tourist trap shops in Cooperstown is excellent. Moreover, the staff was polite and helpful. We highly recommend this place.
In the heart of the village, a charming place to stay!
An August 2004 3-day visit to Cooperstown was even better because of The Inn at Cooperstown. Located just a few steps off Main Street, I was able to leave my car parked in their spacious lot and walk everywhere: National Baseball Hall of Fame, restaurants, shopping, and the park on the lake. Returning to the inn in the late afternoon, I would spend some time relaxing on the gorgeous front porch while enjoying ice tea and homemade cookies - yum! My lovely room was spotless and sparkling and very comfortable.
The innkeepers, Marc and Sherrie, were so warm and accomodating. Their staff is also extremely friendly and helpful. The sign of a very well run business. When I return to Cooperstown, this is where I will stay!
The best lodging / inn / bed & breakfast in Cooperstown, NY
The Inn at Cooperstown is the very best place to stay in Cooperstown. Located just off of Main St, it is truly within walking distance of everything. The inn is a lovely, historical gem of a building that is so inviting and charming. The guest rooms and common areas are just spotless. This the cleanest lodging we have ever stayed in. And, to top it off, the staff is just wonderful. They were so friendly and helpful with everything from dinner recommendations and reservations to details about local events and sites to see. We wouldn't consider staying anywhere else in Cooperstown.
Why would you stay elsewhere?
The Inn at Cooperstown cannot be beat. The staff are so icredibly friendly, I felt right at home instantly. The room was cleaner than any place I've ever stayed. It was the perfect place to relax.
What can I say about this wonderful place other than it can't be beat. My wife and I decided to stop in Cooperstown, NY on our way to Cape Cod, Mass. on our honeymoon. After seeing this place on the internet, I decided to book a room and surprise her with it rather than staying at a chain hotel. Well, needless to say, I was surprised myself. We were greeted at the door by the innkeeper and the staff who were very friendly. We were then handed a skeleton key to the room. When we got to the room, it was very well restored. Beautiful furniture that captured the history of this place. No TV or phone in the room helped lend to the laid back atmosphere. This is a must stay for anyone who makes their way to Cooperstown.
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Travel Blogs from Cooperstown
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... going to Times Square and having a great Italian dinner on Restaurant Row, before taking the train back to Croton.
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By the time we ...