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All reviews ty cobb johnson room wonderful hosts home run yankee fans hall of fame very short walking distance private bath an ideal location back porch bed and breakfast each morning perfect stay park your car main street delicious breakfast rocking chairs
Recently my husband and I had the opportunity to stay at the Baseball Bed & Breakfast; in Cooperstown, NY. While this was originally a place planed for my husband as part of our get away; I must say it was equality a place for me....More
Suzanne and John are wonderful hosts. Their love and knowledge of baseball is incredible. Suzanne is also involved with the Guild at Glimmerglass and can offer a lot of tips for those events, too.
Conveniently located and quiet!
Our stay at the Baseball Bed and Breakfast was very nice and so convenient to all the attractions in Cooperstown. Besides excellent breakfasts, John & Suzanne gav eus great advice on restaurants and sites to see in the area. The Christy Matthewson room was comfortable...More
Thank you to Suzanne and John for a wonderful stay, your hospitality, and delicious breakfast. It was a very memorable experience. You made us feel very welcome and comfortable. Very close to Main Street (1 block) and the Baseball Hall of Fame. Cute stores and...More
Great location for walking into town. The rooms were very clean and comfortable with baseball themed decorations. The hosts are lovely people very kind, personable and helpful to their guests. The breakfast was homemade fresh and delicious. It was very nice and relaxing to eat...More
Located in the heart of Cooperstown, Baseball Bed and Breakfast can be easily found at the 1883 Italianate "sunny yellow house with white trim" on Chestnut Street. The 2/3-acre property has a lush green lawn in …Morethe rear (suitable for a game of catch) and a deck rimming the rear of the house where breakfast is served (weather permitting) and guests can sit on rockers to spend some quiet time reading or simply enjoying the scenery before they leave for the Glimmerglass Festival or other attractions in Cooperstown. Inside, the house is decorated with baseball memorabilia (except the music room, where the Hostess, Suzanne Rudy, can be found playing her harp at times during the day and early evening). Each of the bedrooms has air conditioning and a private bath, and is appointed in honor of one of the original five inductees to the Hall of Fame: Cobb, Ruth, Mathewson, Johnson and Wagner. Less