About the Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast
Conveniently located on Cooperstown’s tree-lined Chestnut Street, this renovated 1902 Queen Anne Bed and Breakfast is a 10-minute walk from the Main Street restaurants, shops, and a 15-minute stroll from the Baseball Hall of Fame, and Lake Otsego. The picturesque neighborhood is lined with Victorian houses, a lovely setting for a leisurely walk or jog surrounded by some well-preserved period architecture.
Privately owned and operated, Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast was opened in 1999. The inn was acquired by Kris and Fred Polsgrove in 2017. They used 2020 to totally renovate and create a modernized version of a traditional bed and breakfast. All of the inn’s walls are lined with original works of art by contemporaries and personally collected books. The carefully-cleaned rooms with private bathrooms are furnished with luxurious, spa-sized towels, personal toiletries, new mattresses, allergen-free pillows and comforters with “Micro percale” sheets, pillowcases and soft cotton duvets – all to make our guests’ experience both aesthetically pleasing and as comfortable as a hotel while as relaxing as home away from home.
Breakfast is made to order between 7:30 and 9:30 AM from menus provided upon arrival and ahead of each following day of your stay. The regular menu accommodates vegetarians readily and options for vegan and gluten-free diets are available as well. The eggs are farm-fresh – you can meet our backyard chickens on sunny afternoons if you like, biscuits are baked each morning, and local berries – hand-picked from nearby fields when they’re in season.
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