The Jetsetter rate includes a hearty continental breakfast
The proximity to noteworthy local attractions like the Fenimore Art Museum and The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
The cozy country inn charm of the decor
The bucolic location, close to Lake Otsego, is quintessential upstate New York
What To Know
Free WiFi and parking
The hotel serves breakfast but not dinner
There’s no gym, but guests have access to the pool and fitness facilities of nearby Otesaga Resort Hotel
A 12.0 percent tax will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
Parking on site
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Historic Federal-style upstate gem, close to charming downtown Cooperstown
Step back in time at this elegant manor house, situated in downtown Cooperstown, one of New York State’s most historic and charming villages. The picturesque facade of the Federal-style mansion is swathed in ivy and features 15 guest rooms that pay homage to the building’s 19th century history with touches like antique fireplaces, toile wallpaper and comfy overstuffed armchairs. The public spaces sport original period details like a stunning wooden staircase and show-stopping chandelier, and the walls are lined with artworks from the Fenimore Art Museum. Room rates include a hearty continental breakfast that might feature home-made waffles and pastries, and while there’s no on-site restaurant, the hotel is just strolling-distance from Cooperstown’s best restaurants. Also nearby: the Otesaga Resort Hotel, where guests of the Cooper Inn can work out, swim in the heated pool or play a spot of tennis.
In the Area
Baseball aficionados won’t want to miss the The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, a shrine to the nation's favorite sport that has been entertaining and illuminating fans since 1939. Art buffs, on the other hand, can get their fix at the excellent Fenimore Art Museum, housing a formidable collection of American folk art and Native American artworks, along with exhibits dedicated to Cooperstown's most famous native son, writer James Fenimore Cooper. Mosey down to the Otesaga Resort to drink in gorgeous views of Lake Otsego while noshing on New York steak at the convivial Hawkeye Bar & Grill. For a more down-home dining experience, head to the Cooperstown Diner, a classic small-town joint slinging rib-sticking dishes like homemade corned beef hash and tuna melts.
The Cooper Inn
15 Chestnut Street
How to Get There
Flights are available to Albany International Airport (ALB) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Transfers to/from ALB, about 70 miles away, are not available. Taxis to/from ALB are available for approximately $170, each way. If you’re renting a car for the transfer, self-parking is available for free.