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Leather Stocking Articles
Showing 16-26 of 26 Resorts and Lodges
Jones House Bed and Breakfast is conveniently located near the center of the village, within walking distance to all the sites for which Cooperstown is known. Stay in the main house or reserve The Carriage House, a separate lodging, offering still more privacy. McCalls magazine raved about the breakfasts.... more
Main Street Bed & Breakfast, a lovely Victorian home with its ornate gingerbread, was built in the late 1800s. The comfort of its vine shaded front porch allows you to observe Cooperstown in a leisurely moment. Why not stroll Main Street - two short blocks to the Baseball Hall of Fame. If time allows, Otsego Lake and the museums are within walking... more
The five-storied Ward mansion is an architectural and historical treasure, with luxurious period bedrooms, private baths, and four course gourmet breakfast, handed down through the same friendly family since 1893. Stroll the six acres of lawn and perennial gardens with pond, gazebo, fountain, and shrouded island, or simply relax in the luxury of... more
Nelson Avenue Pines, an 1870's Victorian home decorated in Country French and antiques, is nestled in the scenic village of Cooperstown. The ideal location offers a private park-like setting, and a pleasant 5-10 minute walk to Cooperstown's many attractions. The Leatherstocking Golf Course and tennis courts are only a block away.... more
Angelholm is a Federal-period home built in 1805 on historic Phinney's Farm, now in the heart of Cooperstown. Phinney's Farm later became famous as the site of the first playing of Abner Doubleday's new game, "Baseball." Located just one block off Main Street in a quiet residential section, Angelholm offers the perfect combination of convenience... more
The Tunnicliff Inn, a Cooperstown landmark since 1802, has long been a social center for village locals and tourists. Tin ceilings, beautiful woodwork and antique furnishings typify the Tunnicliff. Dine elegantly in the James Fennimore Cooper Room or enjoy lunch and dinner in "The Pit", our turn-of-the-century tap room.... more