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Located in Springfield Center, The Hayden Creek Inn is in the suburbs, within a 5-minute drive of Glimmerglass Festival and Petrified Creatures Museum. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
Located in Richfield Springs, Lake House is on the waterfront, within a 15-minute drive of Petrified Creatures Museum and Meadow Links Golf Course. Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and express check-in. Planning an event in Richfield Springs? This bed & breakfast has facilities measuring 2000 square feet (186 square meters), including a conference center. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: That it was not a chain-hotel? I like to support local businesses, but this place left a lot to be desired.
Cons: I knew that this place was going to be a bit rustic, but for the prices of other rooms in the area-- we were up for the adventure! I was travelling with my wife and in-laws-- we were spending the weekend doing Cooperstown. First, I received a text message on my phone around 9:20pm telling me that I needed to check in by 10pm and also telling me to go to an address different than the one that I thought I had booked at. We were sent to a place that was NOT on the lake as advertised...and since when does someone get to tell me WHEN I need to check in?? This was nothing I had ever experienced before... We arrived about 9:45 (we were on our way already). Not sure what would have happened if we pulled in after 10. (we were the only people there that night). Upon arrival, we were greeted by an elderly woman along with a rather scruffy, biker type looking guy smoking on the porch. She then had two younger girls escort us to our rooms. (Perhaps they were exchange students). The rooms were rustic just as expected, but worked. We were never asked to sign anything, no one ever looked at my ID...it was a very twilight-zone experience. That being said, the beds were comfy, there was a continental breakfast, and the AC worked. We weren't looking for much more this particular weekend...We left by 9am and didn't come back until after 9pm every night. I would not go back.
Cons: Because we changed rooms after our first night, I need to give two sets of ratings to question 2. For night 1, they're good, poor, poor, poor, mediocre and poor. For nights two and 3, they're good, good, mediocre, poor, good and poor. We had a VERY disappointing stay at The Lake House Lodge. We made our reservation more than 3.5 months before our arrival date, but when we arrived, we were escorted to a separate building that I'll describe as a bunk house, more than a mile from the lodge and the lake. Our first-night room was small and cold with a tiny bathroom. There was no trash can, no wash cloths (though I scavenged the building and found some) and the TV was a 13" computer monitor (being a hockey fan, I wanted to watch the Stanley Cup playoff game, and doing so on that TV was totally unsatisfactory). In short, it was the worst accommodation I've ever experienced. The next morning, the owner gave us our choice of rooms for our remaining two nights and we found a much better one. It was, however, still in the bunk house away from the lake, not the lodge. She also said that she'd give us dinner at the lodge to compensate for the night before and we had a nice dinner in the dining room overlooking the lake at sunset our last night. Since we paid for the accommodations in advance and felt that being put in the bunk house was less than what we paid for (and with the free dinner only compensating us for the first night debacle), I e-mailed the owner on June 4 saying I thought a partial refund or a free night on a subsequent visit (the lodge would be a wonderful place to visit in autumn when the leaves are changing) would be appropriate compensation for being housed in the bunk house rather than the lake house for nights 2 & 3. I felt that if I'd gotten a satisfactory, good-faith response, I'd chalk it up to experience and consider myself a satisfied (albeit minimally) customer. As it turns out, though, I've gotten no response, so I remain a dissatisfied customer.
Pros: Dated yet quaint
Pros: It is an old boarding house, but each room had its own bathroom. It was clean and the bed was just fine. The price was on the low end for the neighborhood. We got what we paid for. We needed a place to stay and it worked out just fine.
Cons: There was no lake in sight. It was more of a youth hostel type of place.
A stay at The Village Motel places you in the heart of Richfield Springs, a 8-minute drive from Meadow Links Golf Course and 11 minutes from Holy Trinity Monastery. The front desk is staffed during limited hours. Free self parking is available onsite.
Pros: Very good value for the price. We stay in this motel every year at about the same tine - last weekend of October, during our pilgrimage trip to the Jordanville Monastery. The rooms are clean, warm and have everything one might need. The staff are professional and helpful. Look forward to staying here again!
Pros: Good value, very clean and comfortable for this price point.
Cons: The location's distance from Cooperstown village is wrong. Plan on spending a half hour or more if you get behind the to get to the village. I recorded 14 miles to the outskirts of Cooperstown and another 3 to Doubleday Stadium. Seedy small village.
Pros: It was clean and quiet and there were no complications
Pros: The owner was very friendly and helpful. The room and grounds were very clean and comfortable
Pros: Nice clean room. Lines change every day. Comfortable bed.
Cons: Smell in the rooms, renovation required
Cons: They would not accept our friends service dog into their room.
Located in Richfield Springs, The Lake House Townhouses is in the historical district, within a 10-minute drive of Petrified Creatures Museum and Meadow Links Golf Course. Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and multilingual staff. Planning an event in Richfield Springs? This guesthouse has 1000 square feet (93 square meters) of space consisting of conference space and a meeting room. Free self parking is available onsite.
Located 25.5 km from Cooperstown, this Richfield Springs motel offers free WiFi access. Guest rooms are equipped with a microwave and refrigerator. Air conditioning, WiFi and cable TV are provided in each simply furnished guest room at Fountain View Motel. A DVD player is also included, and guests can use the in-room microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. At Richfield Springs Fountain View Motel an array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including golfing and swimming. Meadow Links Golf Course is 12 minutes’ drive. Glimmerglass Opera is 22 minutes’ drive from the property.
Pros: The rooms was very dusty .Also the appliances needs updating immediately.it can be a beautiful place, but needs better management or needs someone to really to take the time and make beautiful'
Cons: cleanliness, better appliances. at first on the website I thought the fountain was right on the property , to my surprise it was across the street. my family and I was very disappointed .
Cons: Could stand an updating of facilities!
Cons: This place is a dump. Uncomfortable beds, run down, and way overpriced.
Pros: This is a retro motel in a nice area. Sort of like stepping back in time to the 50’s! Great staff, quiet area.
Cons: It would be great if the staff walked through each unit and assessed little things that could be updated- ceiling tiles, rugs, mattresses etc. The place is fine, it would be much nicer if details were attended to. All that being said, I’d stay here again. Nice area.
Pros: We stayed here because it was one of the only rooms available in the Cooperstown, NY area at the last minute!
Cons: The room did not have a hair drier! I had to go out at 6 AM to purchase one at the local Price Chopper grocery store. Thank goodness they were open and had driers in stock!
Pros: Cable tv service recently upgraded,Wifi service was excellent
Pros: There was no breakfast offered.
Cons: The was no hot water to take a shower in the morning.
Located in Richfield Springs in the New York State region, Chateau du Lac provides accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. The bed and breakfast offers a Full English/Irish or American breakfast. Cooperstown is 19 km from Chateau du Lac, while Oneonta is 49 km away.
Pros: Very friendly and attentive host. Freshly prepared breakfasts were outstanding! Setting on lakeside is beautiful and peaceful.
Pros: Great location to Cooperstown. Spectacular lake side view from our bedroom.
Pros: Beautiful views! Very comfortable room. Owner makes wonderful breakfast and is very accommodating
Pros: Location, location, location. And hospitality! Our host was the best and should write the guide for Bed and Breakfasts!
Cons: There was nothing we didn't like.
Pros: Location was beautiful - on the lake with Canadian Geese flying by. Great host and bountiful breakfast - with special treets added. Easy access to Glimmerglass and Cooperstown.
Pros: Service was wonderful. Food was absolutely delicious. The owner had great recommendations for where to eat and what to do. Loved the view from the deck and did some fishing off the dock (and caught some fish!).
Pros: Everything! From the point of booking, David reached out and ensured our stay was amazing! Beautiful lodging, right on lake. Immaculate home, great bedding. And fabulous breakfast. A delight!
Cons: Absolutely nothing!
Pros: David is an excellent host. The location is incredible. Highly recommend staying here.
Cons: Had to kill a couple spiders!
Pros: David is a good and interesting host -- a wealth of information. The situation is spectacular, and I wish we had more time to simply enjoy the deck and view. Very easy access to the Glimmerglass Opera -- best ever of our visits there. D. makes a splendid breakfast. Enjoyable fellow guests.
Cons: We had a single bedroom, which was tight with no closet.