The Railroad Inn, originally built in 1890, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the Glimmerglass Historic District, has been newly remodeled as a state of the art inn. Located in the heart of the Village of Cooperstown, steps away from Main Street attractions, The Railroad Inn seamlessly blends the integrity and character of a prestigious landmark building with a contemporary, sophisticated design sensibility, which creates this fabulous boutique hotel. 

The unique guest rooms offer a variety of sleeping accommodations to accommodate the discerning needs of today’s traveling families. Guests can choose a king or queen room which offers access to an outside porch, creating a feeling of a private residence. Choose one of the two bed suites which adjoin another room to create a family suite! Want to separate the youngsters from the adults? The loft suites are where you find a king bed on the lower level and a spiral staircase leads you up to the loft, a place where the kids will enjoy space of their own. 

World known “Beekman 1802” bath amenities are featured in our guest rooms from our neighbors, Josh & Brent “The Fabulous Beekman Boys” in nearby Sharon Springs.  Every room is well equipped with state of the art essentials, including hospitality bar, sitting area, USB ports, wireless high speed internet access and widescreen Direct TV featuring Sonifi movies connected directly with your smart phone. Light continental breakfast and coffee service are included in the lobby area. 

Located at 28 Railroad Avenue, the Railroad Inn is just one block to Main Street, Doubleday Field, the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, Fenimore Art Museum, Farmers’ Museum, shops and restaurants. Located just minutes from the Glimmerglass Festival featuring great musicals and operas. Visit Brewery Ommegang six miles away where you will find craft-brew Belgian-style ales and the Ommegang Concert Series venue hosting many famous performers.  Four miles away is the Cooperstown Dreams Park.

The Railroad Inn offers the finest in hospitality in America’s most perfect village – Cooperstown, New York.