" Cooperstown's closest  year round B&B to the Hall of Fame  est. 1978"

             Stay here, walk there 



      .The location, room, ambiance, breakfasts, and hosts, were all a-1!

Just one block off Main Street in historic Cooperstown Village, our B&B is located in a quiet residential section between church steeples and provides the perfect combination of convenience and quiet comfort.  The National Baseball Hall of Fame, Lake Otsego, art galleries, restaurants, and many shopping areas are all within a 2 min. stroll of this well-known Cooperstown Bed & Breakfast.  And with our off-street parking, you can leave your cars and cares behind while you enjoy our quaint village.

1805 Phinney House Bed & Breakfast is a Federal-period home built in 1805 on historic Phinney's Farm, now in the heart of Cooperstown.  Phinney's Farm later became famous as the site of the first playing of Abner Doubleday's new game, "Baseball."  Since 1805 Phinney House's backyard and Doubleday Field share the third base bleachers as common boundaries, the crack of the bat and cheering of the fans can be seen and heard from our property.

Accommodations at 1805 Phinney House Bed & Breakfast are a perfect combination of bygone charm combined with modern conveniences.  All rooms have a private bath and are decorated with fine furniture and accessories designed for your comfort. Our guest living area and library are for your use, as is the veranda overlooking our lovely flower gardens. We serve a full homemade breakfast.


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Full 2 Course Breakfast served each morning in the Dining Room

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Your Hosts: Charlene and Jim Vrooman

c.1805 Phinney House Bed & Breakfast
14 Elm Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326
Phone: (607) 547-2483
E-mail: mail@1805phinneyhouse.com

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