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This Cooperstown hotel offers free Wi-Fi and rooms equipped with a microwave and refrigerator. Cooperstown Dreams Park is 2 miles away and the National Baseball Hall of Fame is a 7 minute drive.

Very good breakfast, perfect location, and very nice staff

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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Cooperstown offers accommodations in Cooperstown. You will find a coffee machine in the room. Each room has a private bathroom.

great little hotel in a good location. the breakfast was great to get you started and on your way. way too much plastic waste and not very environmentally friendly Though they need to do better with this. would deffo stay again.

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Located in Cooperstown, within a 7-minute walk of Doubleday Field and 0.6 miles of Baseball Hall of Fame, The Railroad Inn has accommodations with a shared lounge and free WiFi throughout the property...

Cute converted historic building. Modernized with some charm. Cute and christmassy for the season. Nice amenities and close to everything we wanted to do.

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Offering a beach area and sun terrace, Lake View Motel is located in Cooperstown in the New York State Region, 5 mi from Baseball Hall of Fame.

Excellent location. Lovely place to relax on the deck by the lake.

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Lake 'N Pines Motel is located on Otsego Lake and 7.3 mi from downtown Cooperstown and The National Baseball Hall of Fame. It is located 12 mi from the Cooperstown Dreams Park facilities.

Over looking the lake is so relaxing but its unfortunate that it was raining for 2 days so we spend more time visiting museums around the vicinity. The house is so well kept & clean.

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Located in Cooperstown, within 3.9 miles of Glimmerglass Opera and 4.6 miles of Doubleday Field, Cobblescote on the Lake has accommodations with a garden and free WiFi as well as free private parking...

A Soul Refreshing and Peaceful weekend. Beautiful Grounds and rooms. like the wood cabin atmosphere. Perfect location to Cooperstown

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Tentrr - Sean Billy Pond Hideaway offers accommodations in Cooperstown, 21 miles from SUNY Oneonta.

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Tentrr Signature Site - Lake View Retreat offers accommodations in Cooperstown, 4.3 miles from Glimmerglass Opera and 5.4 miles from Doubleday Field.

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Featuring a terrace and a shared lounge, Cooperstown Bed and Breakfast is a sustainable bed and breakfast in Cooperstown, not far from Doubleday Field.

The property was neat and clean. The breakfast was very tasty with lots of choices. lastly it was near where we needed to be.

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Tentrr Signature Site - Pink Mountain offers accommodations in Cooperstown, 2.6 miles from Baseball Hall of Fame and 3.1 miles from Doubleday Field.

Great little getaway spot. Just far enough in the woods to experience and be one with nature, yet close enough to get back into civilization without any trouble. A wonderful experience and would highly recommend!

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  • 10

    My husband and I traveled first weeks of off season when...

    My husband and I traveled first weeks of off season when weather was mild and foliage colors alive. Arrived on a Thursday evening to check in and visited Hall of Fame Friday. Cooperstown is a wonderful throwback town in the mountains. An enthusiastic baseball fan could spend hours, possibly 2 days+ taking in all the history presented. Enjoyed visiting history outside of major city in this lovely landscape. Thank you to the residents of this beautiful town for keeping it alive. Visited late October, no crowds. Even though some places were closed for the season, we don’t feel like we missed much. Museum was not crowded so easy to take time and read to experience. Mel’s 22 was fantastic for dinner… best to reserve ahead.
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    We usually visit Cooperstown in the summer but the fall is...

    We usually visit Cooperstown in the summer but the fall is much nicer. In the summer the town is packed with little leaguers, which is to be expected. There are so many other places to visit outside of Cooperstown including the Fly Creek Cider Mill and Oneonta which is 30 minutes away from Cooperstown.
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  • 10

    Cooperstown is a charming village, very walkable with...

    Cooperstown is a charming village, very walkable with excellent restaurants and shops. We especially liked the Doubleday Cafe which had gluten free bread available. The Baseball Hall of Fame is located in the village with reasonable cost parking available a short walk away. The Fenimore Art Museum and Farm Museums are close by. A very pleasant place. We watched a baseball game at Double Day Field to conclude our very pleasant day there.
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  • 10

    Cooperstown is one the most beautiful places to visit and...

    Cooperstown is one the most beautiful places to visit and stay. In fact we are considering moving there one day that's how much we love it. It's clean and safe and the houses are just so picturesque...the people who do live there should be very proud ....they take excellent care of their homes and make the area so beautiful. The lakes are gorgeous. The hall of fame is so interesting if you enjoy baseball...Doubleday field is awesome and well kept...the shops and restaurants are top notch with very friendly staff. Doubleday Cafe has the best waffle you'll ever eat...the Hawkeye Grill has the best cheeseburger and prime rib panini you will ever taste and the view is beyond heavenly. Bottom line, if you want a relaxed, fun, just plain nice will never go wrong with a stay in Cooperstown.
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  • 10

    Charming little town with lots of old Victorian houses.

    Charming little town with lots of old Victorian houses. B/B houses everywhere. Town was immaculate, people were very friendly with plenty of good restaurants. Visit to the HOF is everything a baseball fan or a kid could ask for and more.
  • 10

    Glimmerglass lake Is beautiful, ride the Glimmerglass Queen.

    Glimmerglass lake Is beautiful, ride the Glimmerglass Queen. Do the rail bikes, very neat and very easy to pedal. Fly Creek orchard for lunch, they have lots of neat things to look at, Brookwood point is a lovely old garden, you can rent a kayak and go out on the lake. Don't go to town during the baseball induction week. Fairly easy to find what your looking for and all the employees we encountered were very kind.

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