Angelholm Bed and Breakfast

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Angelholm 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.' Today, Angelholm's backyard and Doubleday Field have the third base bleachers as common boundaries, and the sounds of the crack of the bat and cheering of the fans can be heard softly through the ancient trees.

Located just one block off Main Street in a quiet residential section between the church steeples in the heart of Cooperstown, Angelholm offers the perfect combination of convenience and quiet comfort. The National Baseball Hall of Fame, Lake Otsego, Art Galleries, restaurants and a variety of gift shopping are all within easy walking distance. And with our off-street parking, you can leave your cars and cares behind while you enjoy our lovely village.

The National Baseball Hall of Fame, Lake Otsego, Art Galleries, restaurants and a variety of gift shopping are all within easy walking distance. And with our off-street parking, you can leave your cars and cares behind while you enjoy our lovely village.


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