"This B&B is a lovely home filled with baseball memorabilia. We rented two rooms and each was spacious and clean." — Trip Advisor


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Welcome to the Baseball Bed and Breakfast!

Since 1988, baseball fanatics and opera aficionados have considered the Baseball Bed and Breakfast their home while in Cooperstown. Located a short walk from Main Street and the Hall of Fame, the Baseball Bed and Breakfast is open during the season of The Game — from April through October.


Upon entering the Baseball Bed and Breakfast, you encounter the grand staircase hallway lined with memorabilia, ranging from baseball photographs and posters to a letter from President Richard Nixon.


One of the distinctive pieces in the Baseball Bed and Breakfast collection is an original chair from old Comiskey Park in Chicago.

The hostess, Suzanne Rudy, prepares a full-course, homemade breakfast each morning, which is served outside on the deck. You will find the Baseball Bed and Breakfast a great place to spend a relaxing visit to the Home of Baseball and the Glimmerglass Festival.


Upstairs, the hallway is reserved for the greatest of the Hall of Famers and seldom-seen photos of the Negro Leagues. Mantle, Mays, Williams, DiMaggio and Musial are among those that line the hall. Each of the bedrooms is dedicated to one of the five original inductees.


Weather permitting, Suzanne serves breakfast outside on the deck, looking out onto the expansive yard. The Baseball Bed and Breakfast also has a lounge chair and a hammock in a quiet, peaceful setting for guests' use during the day. For the kids, there is a basketball hoop and expansive grass for a game of catch or hitting a wiffle ball.


To look at the bedrooms, click here.

Baseball Bed and Breakfast
54 Chestnut Street, Cooperstown, NY 13326

For reservations, call Suzanne Rudy at 607-437-6899.

Email Suzanne at

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"This is a MUST STAY location! We loved it! The location of this B&B is perfect for those who want to visit the Hall of Fame." — Trip Advisor