Welcome to The Landmark Inn, a luxury bed and breakfast in historic Cooperstown, NY. Relax and savor the idyllic setting of “America’s hometown” at our charming inn, impeccably restored to its original beauty of 1856. Our Cooperstown bed and breakfast has eleven rooms furnished with comfort in mind. Each room offers a unique décor and warm atmosphere with cozy beds, feather duvets and lovely bathrooms, some featuring dream showers. Each morning you’ll wake to the wonderful aroma of our signature coffee, fresh baked breads and a full artisanal breakfast, presented at your private table in the beautiful Landmark Inn dining room. Whether you are a baseball fan, opera aficionado, history buff, outdoor enthusiast or you are simply seeking a romantic upstate New York getaway, your stay at the Landmark Inn will have you centrally located, yet only a short stroll to the Hall of Fame. Experience the best hospitality in Cooperstown at The Landmark Inn ~ we look forward to seeing you.
5 on March 25, 2015
My husband and I were celebrating our anniversary on our trip to Landmark. I could not have asked for a better time! The staff was so friendly and attentive, the building was clean and beautiful. It was just PERFECT!
5 on March 25, 2015
My husband and I recently stayed at the Landmark Inn during our trip to the Baseball Hall of Fame. We booked the Winter Getaway Package and it was the best thing we did! Our package included an upgrade to the best room at the Inn, 2 tickets to the Baseball Hall of Fame and a $30 gift certificate to a really good restaurant - Mel's 22 (you must try the tater tots!). This was an extremely good value. The location of the Inn is perfect - we were able to walk to dinner and the Baseball Hall of Fame. Everyone at the Inn was very nice and helpful. I think my favorite part about our stay was the breakfast. This was one of the most delicious breakfasts I have had! We can't say enough good things about this Inn and we highly recommend it. We will definitely be returning soon!
5 on March 18, 2015
We stayed at the landmark inn from March 13th-15th. From the moment we arrived till our departure we felt at home. Casey and robin are incredible people as well as the staff. We stayed in the Campanella suite the room was beautiful the bed was comfortable and the shower was heaven! Breakfast (all I can say) 5 star the chef is fantastic my husband had seconds ¿¿ we can't wait to visit again. Lynn & Vinny
5 on March 04, 2015
We had a small wedding with 20 people at the inn which was beautiful! The setting was perfect and the staff were wonderful! Everything was perfect!
Thank you for your very kind review. We really enjoyed having your wedding here at the Landmark Inn. The bride was beautiful and the family was amazing. Thank you for choosing the Landmark for such a special occasion. We feel so fortunate to have hosted your wedding. We wish you many years of happiness together! Congratulations!
5 on February 27, 2015
The Landmark is a spacious and gracious B&B. Not only are the rooms good-sized, but there are also comfortable places to sit in the hall and common rooms. The 'dream shower' was a new experience, and very enjoyable. Vera's breakfasts are excellent. At the winter rate, we received outstanding value
4.4 on February 26, 2015
The suite was fabulous with a lot of room and a great bathroom. The bed was SO comfortable and facilitated a great night of sleep. The staff at the Landmark Inn was incredibly friendly and helpful. They welcomed us with hot apple cider and fresh baked cookies upon check in, and when we got to our room, they had complimentary chocolate covered strawberries to celebrate my husband's birthday and out recent marriage. The Landmark was a great experience and we will be sure to visit again!
5 on February 20, 2015
We stayed at The Landmark Inn for two nights this Valentine's Day, and couldn't have wished for a better experience! In our opinion, this B&B is the best in town! We planned the weekend in advance and visited several other B&Bs in the area prior to choosing The Landmark. Our room was very comfortable, nicely decorated, with a spacious 'dream shower'. There were fireplaces in the living room and the breakfast/dining room. The breakfast was delicious and fresh, different each morning, tables set with a great taste! The best of all was the service, the owners Robyn and Casey, as well as the staff, go above and beyond to make the stay and the breakfast special. Highly recommend!!!
5 on February 19, 2015
our hosts made sure every detail was taken care of ~ what a wonderful weekend!!!
4.0 on January 28, 2015
would highly recommend , was a great three days
3.8 on January 12, 2015
Robin and the staff were all very friendly and helpful. The house is beautiful, historic, and well located. Breakfast was delicious and expedient. The room ("Twain") was atmospheric and reasonably spacious (the bathroom was huge in the way you sometimes see in updated old houses). My only complaints were a mattress that was due for an update (there was a pronounced "dent" on my side of the bed) and a temperamental heating system—the floor registers "tick" repeatedly as they cycle on and off, and our first night the room was uncomfortably hot: we had to open the windows in late December! We mentioned this to Casey the next day and the temperature was much more comfortable our second night; in any case, it wouldn't be an issue for most of the year. I'd certainly consider staying at the Landmark Inn again.
Casey’s Room is sun-filled by its large windows. This fabulously upgraded room with brass queen bed is decorated in warm sage and blue and complemented by leather and print accents. Features include a magnificent maple floor with cherry inlay, overstuffed “finally finish that novel” reading chair, and 19th century writing desk, all reflected by a stunning antique floor-to-ceiling mirror. But perhaps the most memorable part of this room is the “Dream Shower” – enclosed in glass block, this double shower (yes, room for two!) features eleven jets, including a 12-inch rainforest showerhead.
This second story room is named for “Papa”, a fanatical baseball fan who, while living in Cuba built a baseball diamond that helped fuel that nation’s love of the game. Decorated with rich coffee walls, crown ceilings and a beautifully restored herringbone floor, the room’s décor hints of texture, but rewards with a sumptuous brass queen bed, overstuffed reading chair, a flat screen TV and features limited edition prints of renowned wildlife artist Morton Solberg. Its private bath features a Jacuzzi tub resting against the exposed brick of the mansion's original chimney.
This room in our Hall of Literary Offenses is named for Mark Twain, who, while writing at Quarry Farm, umpired baseball games in near-by Elmira, NY. The entrance to this second floor room is marked by a museum-commissioned portrait of Twain and a retelling of his essay on Cooper. It features original hardwood flooring, a private walk-in shower, a double sink converted from an antique dresser, flat screen TV, a king bed finished in designer linens, a bust of Mark Twain, antique baseball photos and some of the best breezes that blow through the Inn.
This spacious suite is named for one of America’s premier artistic families, and features limited edition reproductions of Andrew Wyeth. Among the Inn’s more generous rooms this second story suite offers new ash floors, limited edition prints, a deliciously comfortable queen bed draped in designer linens, as well as a private sitting area with a beautiful convertible leather love seat and large flat screen TV, a perfect place to pass a rain delay, or just unwind before dinner. The bathroom is large and bright and features a custom tiled rain shower.
Across the Hall of Literary Offenses, a custom reproduction of James Fenimore Cooper’s portrait by Chappel peers back at Twain and marks the entrance to this spacious and airy room. Relax in the plush wingback chair and enjoy the bird’s eye view of 160-year old maples right outside your window. The beckoning king bed, newly restored wood floors, spacious private bath with walk-in shower, and flat screen TV call you back after a day on the town… and draw many back each year.
Twelve-foot ceilings and fresh wooden floors create a wonderful sense of space for you and your family in this two-bedroom Cooperstown B&B suite with tiled walk-in shower. Garden themes surround the white queen sleigh bed in the main bedroom, while the headboards on two twin beds in the second bedroom are reminiscent of garden gates. Decorated in a summer’s palette, this airy suite is sure to please with large windows, writing desk and two flat screen TVs.
You deserve a getaway. Make an escape to the Daysailer room in our bed and breakfast in Cooperstown. The Daysailer is a sister room to Sunfish. This petite first floor room features a private outside entrance and pegged hardwood floors. The queen bed is topped with designer linens that hint of the beach. Breezes blow gently through the French doors that lead to your semi-private deck, stirring the linen curtains against the coral walls. On the porch you will enjoy views of the 2-acre property relaxing in Adirondack chairs beside the only orange tree in Cooperstown.
The Sunfish is a sister room to Daysailer and is ADA compliant. This petite room offers a king bed topped with designer linens that hint of the beach. Breezes blow gently through the French doors that lead to your semi-private deck, stirring the linen curtains against the coral walls. On the porch you will enjoy views of the 2-acre property relaxing in Adirondack chairs beside the only orange tree in Cooperstown. Enjoy a glass of local Riesling, gather with friends, or even read The Times (wouldn’t that be nice!).
This sumptuous room is located on the first floor with a private entrance. The queen bed is adorned with splendid designer linens. The herringbone hardwood floors – original to the house – lead to our signature bathroom which features both a double Dream Shower with nine body jets (yes, room for two!) as well as a separate soul-soothing Jacuzzi tub. Guests in this room will enjoy a private covered porch overlooking one of the herb gardens, a large circa 1860 sunlit bay window, flat screen TV, central air, and his-and-her reading chairs.
Got a mild wild side? St. Somewhere might be your perfect Cooperstown accommodation. Welcome to Duval Street (Key West), where luxury meets whimsy. Your lush king bed is topped with designer linens of terracotta. The walls are adorned with art collected from KW and the Islands. The magnificent Dream Shower (yes, room for two!) features six body jets. Two plush reading chairs invite you to curl up with the Innkeeper’s tattered copy of Jimmy Buffet’s, A Pirate Looks at Fifty or the morning’s paper. This room can also be connected to The Chance Suite for a luxurious suite.
Among the finest suites in Cooperstown, the newly remodeled Campanella Suite is our largest suite and part of the original mansion. Sitting on the first floor, off the lobby, it contains 11 foot ceilings and original 'summer' doors. A grand cherry king-size bed assures a pleasant sleep. Not tired? Wrap yourself in a cozy Landmark Inn robe, sit before the marble fireplace (seasonal) and read that book you've been meaning to. Or relax in Adirondack Chairs on your private sitting porch. And when you're ready, the new luxurious bath awaits. It features marble, a double vanity and a magnificent 'Dream Shower' for two. The 'Dream Shower' (a Landmark Inn exclusive) has three shower heads, four body jets and a handheld shower wand. Absolutely stunning.
Countryside, Lakefront, Small town, Village
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County)
FROM NEW YORK CITY: Take I-87 North to Albany and continue on the NY State Thruway (I-90 West) to Exit 25A and Route 88 to Duanesburg (5 mi), then Route 20 West to Route 80 West to Cooperstown. Turn Right onto Chestnut Street. FROM THE WEST: Take Exit 30 off the NY State Thruway (I-90) at Herkimer and take Route 28 South to Cooperstown. Turn left at the intersection of Chestnut Street. FROM THE EAST: Take Exit 25A off the NY State Thruway (I-90) and follow directions stated above for New York City. FROM THE SOUTH (BINGHAMTON): Take I-88 North to Exit 17, and Route 28 North to Cooperstown. Route 28 becomes Chestnut Street as you enter the village.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ommegang and Cooperstown Brewery, National Baseball Hall of Fame, Howes Cavern, Glimmerglass Opera, Fenimore Art Museum, Farmer's Museaum, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Amenities Basket, Board games, Fax Machine, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Feather Duvet Bedding
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Baseball, Opera, Antiques, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Water sports
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Upon request