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1805 Phinney House Bed & Breakfast

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This impeccable Federal-style home is just off Main Street and adjacent to Doubleday Field. The B&B recently switched hands, and...

Barnwell Inn

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The owners of this 1850 mansion are opera lovers, and the inn tends to book up with other opera buffs during the local company's summer...

Bay Side Inn & Marina

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Otsego Lake is the focal point at this well-run motel, which has its own beach with docks, paddleboats, canoes, and gazebos—there's...

Bryn Brooke Manor

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Atop a hill off Lake Street, this old mansion has lake and mountain vistas and provides a country-manor-house experience. The resident...

Cooper Inn

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With white moldings, delicate plasterwork, and a flying staircase, the interior of this 1812 brick inn is as Federal as its exterior.

Diastole Bed & Breakfast

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The breathtaking views from the huge porch of this hilltop B&B take in Lake Otsego's western shore. Even the name of the property—which...

Glimmerglass State Park

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On Otsego Lake's northeast edge, this park has a shoreline as well as deep woods, an inland pond, picnic tables, trailer and tent campsites...

Inn at Cooperstown

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Rocking chairs are set all along the front porch, which runs the width of this inviting Second Empire building with its dormer windows.

Landmark Inn

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An expansive front lawn rolls from Chestnut Street to the sheltered entry of this truly grand 1856 Italianate mansion. Common areas are...

Otesaga Resort Hotel

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There's something almost collegiate about the stately Otesaga—maybe it's all the brick, or perhaps it's the cupola or the neoclassical...

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