5 on January 21, 2014
After searching what seemed forever I finally, Came across this Bed and breakfast online. The website was so well put together and the photos helped me realize that this was the place. The rooms are so beautiful, and so are the owners. Not only did they allow me and my bride to be upgraded but they brought us chocolates and champagne. We will decently be return customers.
4.0 on January 12, 2014
Would definitely recommend. Easy walk to town and hall of fame.Very nice place, owners are super-friendly and breakfast was delicious. Owners are new and committed to keeping the place updated and fresh.
3.8 on December 22, 2013
We spent a very wintery weekend in Cooperstown and our Inn was a Landmark that made us fell "Safe at Homebase" while we visited the Baseball Hall of Famer, The Fenimore Gallery, and the annual Chirstmas at the Farm Museum. Despite lots of snow, our host kept the drive passable and our hostess had plenty of activity suggestions for what is a very quiet time in upstate NY
4.8 on December 20, 2013
We would definitely stay at this B & B again. The innkeepers provided a wonderful experience in every way for my husband, myself and our 13 yr old grandson, who we were taking to the Baseball Hall of Fame. We stayed 2 nights & Robin & Fred arranged for dinner reservations at Toscana for Saturday evening and it was a delicious meal and offered excellent variety and specials of the evening. Robin even baked a Red Sox themed birthday cake with candles for our 13 yr old, for us to enjoy, (after our dinner out on Saturday), by one of the Landmark Inn's, always flaming, lovely fireplaces. Hot mulled cider and homemade cookie tray welcomed us upon our late arrival Friday evening and was always available throughout our stay, in addition to coffee, tea & hot chocolate service. The shared parlor was cozy (near the fireplace) and well stocked with appropriate movies and comforty chairs to enjoy TV there. It was the best experience, over all, of any B & B we have stayed at. Roger & Nan from New Hampshire.
4.2 on October 17, 2013
Everything about the Landmark Inn is welcoming and inviting from the front door to the breakfast table. They were very accommodating in every way.
4.8 on September 28, 2013
My wife and I spent one night at the Landmark, and wound up wishing we'd stayed an extra day or two. The owner was extremely friendly and helpful, the room was excellent (with its own entrance and a nice little deck), and breakfast was delicious. Planning on staying there again the next time we're in Cooperstown.
5 on August 19, 2013
We loved our stay at the Landmark Inn. Robin was warm and extremely accommodating. Great Victorian home. Great location where you can walk to everything. Breakfast was served in an elegant setting, yet, families were very comfortably enjoying it, as well. Rooms were well-lit, beds were very wonderful. Loved the coffee and pumpkin-cinnamon muffins! We are B&B owners who had a chance for an overnight escape and fully appreciated all that Robin and her staff did to help us relax and enjoy our stay. Highly recommend the Landmark Inn.
4.8 on June 09, 2013
This is my first B&B experience and I loved it. Room was beautiful and recently refurbished. Bathroom was new and well appointed. Grounds were picture perfect. My only criticism is the walls are quite thin and I was mildly disturbed by the people next door. But this house was built in 1856 so, in my mind, it's excusable. I hope to stay there again.
4.2 on May 05, 2013
We stayed at the Landmark Inn, in Cooperstown NY. We were warmly greeted by the owners Robin and Fred. The home was warm and inviting, we felt more like family than guest. We were welcomed to watch TV or Movies in the Parlor with them and served warm cookies and Pop Corn. Our Room was comfortable, with beautiful bedding and a comfortable chair to relax in. The shower in our room was truly a "Dream Shower". We were in walking distance to the Hall of Fame and the town which was our mission. Breakfast was served at elegant tables in the dining room and the food was amazing! From start to finish we had a wonderful stay and will go back again. Jeff and Maryann Berthney
5 on March 23, 2013
I've been meaning to write this review for over a month since our President's Weekend/Valentines Day stay at the Landmark. We are return guests, but we went back with some trepidation this time as a series of interim InnKeepers were not up to the task. But then we met Robin, who with her husband Fred only bought the Inn the day before! On Valentines Day! My wife and I were celebrating our 7th anniversary and I guess we said something to Fred at breakfast that morning, because when we returned from our day, Robin and Fred knocked on our door to deliver freshly dipped strawberries and one great bottle of Pinot Noir with a card signed by the entire staff! What a great day. What a great place to stay. Robin is delightful and Fred, well. there wasn't a table that morning that didn't laugh. Quite a character - even if he is an unabashed Met fan and brags about being an 18 handicap. Who does that? All I can say is, The Landmark is back!
5 on July 21, 2009
A beautiful, well-maintained Victorian with all of the comforts of a fine inn. Great bed, bath, and balcony.
4.8 on October 29, 2008
I love b&b's, so I'll just state the items that stood out in comparison to other b&b's I've stayed in. First of all, Kirin, the manager was always there and available for anything we needed. Also, our bathroom, which had a jacuzzi as well as an 8 head 2 person shower, was magnificent. What was also quite nice was that instead of eating at a full-size dinner table, the dining area was arranged in mostly 2 person tables with a few 4 person tables. The Landmark is an easy 3 block walk to the Hall of Fame and many memorablia shops and we found parking to be plentiful. Everyone was very friendly and the breakfast was delicious.