16 Chestnut St, Cooperstown, NY 13326-1006, USA    

Sherrie Kingsley


Circa 1874. This three-story, Second Empire hotel features a graceful porch filled with wicker furniture and rocking chairs. The inn is located in the center of the Cooperstown National Historic District. The gue...

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A Nice Place Near BHOF

My wife and I came up for a two-day getaway to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame, and we couldn't have had much nicer accommodations. The inn is located about 2-3 blocks from the Hall, a short pleasant walk through a downtown area that is rather sleepy in late April. (Not so during Induction Week, so I hear!) We stayed in a "standard" room, which wasn't huge but quite comfortable, with a king bed, easy chair, and a recently renovated bathroom. As with most of the smaller rooms, there is no TV (which can actually be a plus), but there is an HDTV in the inviting parlor. Breakfast was fine if not outstanding - we had a frittata both mornings, with just a little variation in the recipe. Also available were toast, cereal, yogurt and fresh fruit, coffee and tea (available throughout the day), as well as juice by the glass and muffins (which were less than bakery-quality). Price-wise, it may have been a little above average for a B&B, but we had no regrets because of the location and the comfort of this inn. Overall, we had a very enjoyable experience there.
Bruce N.

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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