The Landmark Inn in Cooperstown, New York

Hosts: Robin & Fred Schneider – Rates: ($USD): From $139/night – Accommodations: 11 guest rooms – Address: 64 Chestnut Street, Cooperstown, New York 13326 USA – Telephone: (607) 547-7225 – Website

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General Information: Welcome to The Landmark Inn in Cooperstown, New York … impeccably restored to its original splendor, guests have long appreciated the Landmark’s architectural grace and unique sense of space. Set deeply back from Chestnut Street, the Cooperstown inn’s two acres afford a serenity not easily duplicated in the village.

Guests enjoy exceptional Cooperstown lodging with luxurious rooms and the ideal location. Whether it’s baseball that brings you to Cooperstown, or opera, or romance, or the museums, or just the desire to slow it down for a while, one of our distinctive bedrooms is sure to please. Each of the accommodations provide a retreat worthy of the end of your day. They feature:

  • luxurious beds
  • designer linens
  • flat screen TVs
  • complimentary Wi-fi
  • hardwood floors
  • private en suite bathrooms
  • overstuffed chairs and sitting areas are located throughout
  • lush gardens
  • patio providing a tropical ambiance

“I was greeted by the innkeeper after a rainy, foggy drive from Albany with a glass of wine. Talk of baseball ensued. The complimentary breakfast was delicious and the room tidy and tastefully decorated. Highly recommend.”

“Absolutely loved my stay at the Landmark Inn! This place is truly special- it was clear from the moment I arrived why guests rank this the top B&B in Cooperstown.”

“The Inn is conveniently located and tastefully decorated. The staff was friendly and caring and they put out a nice breakfast. The bed linens they use there are amazing and made for a very restful night.”

Spectacular B&B with wonderful breakfasts and excellent accommodations. Owner is very nice and accommodating. Beautiful location and beautiful old rustic home. Walking distance from Baseball Hall of Fame.”

My wife and I were looking for a romantic location on our trip to Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame. We found it. Robin, the innkeeper greeted us as if we were family. She gave us a tour of the Inn which included interesting baseball memorabilia. The breakfast was delightful. We are already planning a return visit.”