Bed and Breakfast
-The best rest at John's-
John and Linda Smirk, innkeepers
88 Chestnut St., Cooperstown, NY 13326
Phone: (607) 547-2532
FAX: (607) 547-8745
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Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast Amenities
We love the Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast. Owners John and Linda Smirk represent what makes Cooperstown such a special place. They are warm, kind, caring people, and that is well reflected in their sparkling, three-story Victorian. We particularly enjoy the great conversations with the Smirks and their guests. The second floor porch is quaint and romantic, a perfect place to sip a cup of tea and read a book. The back room is perfect for children, with a nice stretch of space and plenty of toys. When staying at the Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast, one realizes that people like the Smirks are a reason Cooperstown is so special. Businesses come alive when the owners care about their product. From the well-maintained rooms to the delicious chocolate chip cookies, the Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast is an instant Cooperstown memory. It is our top lodging choice when staying in Cooperstown. Eric and Joan H., Boston, MA
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"The Best Rest at John's"
The Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast Offers Friendly, Affordable Accommodations in the Heart of Cooperstown, NY
(COOPERSTOWN, NY) -- The Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast, a charming 1902 Victorian Inn, is perfectly located -- just a few minute's walk from Main Street, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Abner Doubleday Field, Otsego Lake and many other attractions. The Inn is also an easy drive to Cooperstown Dreams Park, Fairy Springs and Three-Mile Point beaches, Glimmerglass Opera and beautiful Glimmerglass State Park.
As an additional convenience, the Cooperstown Village Trolley picks you up in front of the Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast, en route to attractions like the Hall of Fame, The Farmers' Museum and Fenimore Art Museum. Cooperstown is small-town America at its most beautiful featuring proud, old Victorian, Federal and Colonial homes, great local shops, restaurants for every taste, and a lively Main Street spirit that epitomizes the classic American downtown.
Innkeepers John and Linda Smirk offer warm hospitality, a family-friendly atmosphere and wonderfully unique rooms filled with charm and amenities such as private bathrooms, air conditioning and ceiling fans. Two room suites are also available, one with bunk beds for the kids -- perfect for your Cooperstown family vacation!
Enjoy an afternoon tea on the relaxing front porch with wicker or in the fire placed living room. On the second floor, you'll find a cozy outdoor porch with soft candlelight, ideal for lounging with a glass of wine. To round out the perfect stay, experience the unforgettable breakfast buffet that includes homemade scones, cinnamon buns, waffles, sausage, bacon, cereal, yogurt, fresh fruit and juices. Afternoon and evening refreshments include fresh baked cookies and other baked goods, as well as fruit and cheese.
Special personal touches of flowers, champagne, all-season cakes and candy or gift baskets for your special occasion can be arranged.
The Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast is open year-round, welcomes children and is handicap accessible.
Make the Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast part of your Cooperstown vacation by reserving a room today at (607) 547-2532.
The Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast is a proud member of the:
Cooperstown Chamber of Commerce
Otsego County Chamber of Commerce
Cooperstown Village Bed and Breakfast Association
Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast
88 Chestnut St.,Cooperstown, NY. 13326 * Tel. (607) 547-2532 * Fax (607) 547-8745
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