We loved our stay at Inn at Cooperstown. The rooms were terrific: clean, comfortable and quiet. The location was great, just a 1/2 block from the business district and a five-minute walk from the Hall of Fame. And our hosts, Sherri and Marc, were fantastic and very helpful regarding things to do in the town and surrounding area. Loved it!
The Inn at Cooperstown was the perfect place to stay while visiting the Baseball Hall of Fame, Fenimore Museum and Farmer's Museum. It was quaint, clean and comfortable. It's literally a 5 minute walk to Baseball history and very close to the other attractions. Laura made our stay most pleasant and was very attentive to our needs.
We had a genuinely nice stay at the Inn. Our room was on the third floor and was nice and comfortable. Realize there is no elevator, but we were able to handle the stairs just fine. The Inn itself is a beautiful building and very comfortable with its common rooms and especially the large verandah front porch. We enjoyed interacting with the staff as they were polite, helpful and quite amiable. We arrived a bit late, and Sherrie was able to direct us to some restaurants and had an excellent meal at Nicoletta’s Italian Café. The Baseball HOF was a very short walk along the quaint Main Street. All in all, a truly great experience. The only issues were with the kitchen. The home page of the website does say "a fresh, scrumptious buffet-style breakfast each morning”, however, what we actually received was a bag with a choice of fruit, Yogurt and a fresh mini-muffin. This was explained further in the website tree, but was a bit confusing. The other thing was that we could bring our left-overs home form Nicoletta’s and store them in the refrigerator, but the next day we could not use the microwave to re-heat them. We were told the staff was not allowed to do that either. So, we had our delicious Pasta leftovers on the verandah, refrigerator-cold, but still quite tasty.…
We loved the location--within walking distance to all the restaurants and the Hall of Fame. Big beautiful porch ideal for relaxing with a glass of wine and meeting new people. Friendly, accommodating owners. The only reason I did not give the INN 5 stars was because of the breakfast. While I realize we are in "COVID recovery" and that a typical breakfast was not possible, the bag breakfast was not what we expected--mini mini muffin, banana, and a container of yogurt; plus the woman serving was not exactly on the friendly side. In spite of this little glitch, I would recommend.
The Inn at Cooperstown fulfilled all that was advertised. It is a beautiful Inn with home town staff that takes the time to explain the Inn, it's amenities, the layout and safety features. We were met by the owner who made us feel at home and was given an in-depth tour of the Inn and the bike shop - amazing customer service that you don't get anymore