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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$200 per night 2 night min stay
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$250 per night 1 night min stay
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$1,800 per week 1 night min stay
$2,500 per week 1 night min stay
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$6,350 per week 1 night min stay
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Recent Central Leatherstocking reviews
"Everything was very clean and neat and we enjoyed our stay. The cabin is beautiful! Very comfortable! Owners were very friendly. Only disappointment was that we always choose a place with a fireplace because we enjoy relaxing and reading in front of it at night, or over morning breakfast, and the fireplace had been turned off for summer and not turned back on- that was a huge disappointment for us! otherwise everything was very nice. Pretty view. Not quite as private or in the woods as we had hoped, but not an issue. They did a great job of thinking of everything- right down to the kuerig! Thanks for sharing your gorgeous cabin with us!"Guest: Em and Steve Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 12, 2014View listing
"This little cabin has the utmost charm of an original 1920's lake cabin. Our host Bobbie, greeted us the day we arrived with all the details of the cabin. The porch was the highlight in the sun, the rain, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Its a quiet area, the lake is clean and fantastic to swim in, fish or paddle on. I had a great stay and would definitely return!"Guest: ARoberts Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014View listing
"We needed to be in Cooperstown for a family wedding and thought it would be much more fun to rent a house and stay as a family rather than in hotel rooms. This was the perfect house! It was spotless and well appointed. There was plenty of room to spread out and the game room in the basement was a huge hit with the men especially. The rooms are comfortable and the kitchen had everything we needed for a couple of meals. The pool looked great so maybe we could go back when it's swimming weather. An excellent choice and a lovely area."Guest: Lauren Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 16, 2014View listing
"My family and I, 13 of us all toll, have been getting together for over 30 years for an annual Labor Day weekend getaway. This year we had the privilege to enjoy Norm & Arlene's Chalet. They were fantastic hosts with farm fresh eggs, maple syrup and coffee waiting for us. The accommodations were comfortable and clean. We enjoyed the horses and were able to go for a trail ride and our dogs loved the company of their dogs, Fritz and Heidi! The fire pit with the view of the horses and mountains was breathtaking. We will definitely stay with Norm and Arlene in the future."Guest: Labor Day Group Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 6, 2014View listing
Central Leatherstocking Travel Tips
Visitors to Leatherstocking
Leatherstocking offers a unique kind of vacation. Be prepared to be transported back in time and experience century-old hospitality as you visit museums, historic and cultural sites, and explore caves and areas of scenic natural beauty. Baseball fans from all over the states stay at Leatherstocking resorts simply to visit the legendary baseball hall of fame. It's a fun destination for the whole family where exhibits and excursions are creative and entertaining.
What to see and do in Leatherstocking
The Howe Caverns are one of the area's great attractions. With a vast network of underground limestone caves, traditional and adventure tours operate on a daily basis. Venturing down into the depths of the earth, you can see impressive stalactites and stalagmites, take a boat excursion on an underground lake, and hear your voice echo off the walls. The caverns are 165 feet below ground and believed to have been formed more than six million years ago. The geological and archeological histories are fascinating, and the caves also have strong links to the Civil War. Visiting the Howe Caverns is a must.
A fantastic way to appreciate the scenic beauty of Leatherstocking is to enjoy a steam train excursion. There are many short day excursions linking towns such as Utica, Lake Placid, and Saranac Lake. As you click-clack through the Adirondacks, you'll pass over bridges, clear rivers and streams, all the while being able to see the splendor of the Adirondack National Park and its wildlife. Special occasion trains such as the Polar Express operate near Christmastime where you can get to ride with Santa to the North Pole.
Binghamton is an interesting city where you will find many antique stores to browse. The city is also known as the "carousel capital of the world" because of its rare and impressive collection of antique Herschell carousels. The carousels were donated to the city by a wealthy benefactor and many still operate today. Binghamton is a lively city with plenty of arts and entertainment. The theaters have regular opera and orchestral performances. The North East Classic Car Museum features the largest known collection of Franklin luxury cars. For the kids, two places well worth visiting are the Binghamton Zoo at Ross Park and The Discovery Center which is an interactive museum specifically for young children.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame can be found in Cooperstown, located near the shores of Lake Otsego. Baseball fans come to appreciate the tributes to heroes of the game. Known as the Village of Museums, Cooperstown is also home to the National Soccer Hall of Fame, the Fenimore Art Museum and the Farmers Museum. The Farmers Museum is a working village that provides a glimpse into the 19th-century rural lifestyle.
A great way to experience the natural beauty of Leatherstocking is to enjoy a scenic hike or bike ride. For a more leisurely view, take an aerial tour from Cooperstown or an Eerie canal cruise. There are loads of outdoor activities in all seasons and details of routes and trails can be obtained from local tourist sites.
Enjoy leisurely Days at Leatherstocking Vacation Rentals
Because there is so much to see and do in the Leatherstocking area, it's great to have the flexibility of having your own rental home. Equipped with all the home comforts, it's an affordable way to stay and explore the region. Ranging from small cozy cabins to larger lakeside homes, you can stay for a quiet romantic weekend away in the fall or bring the whole family along for fun times in the summer.
Leatherstocking Travel Tips
Many visitors to Leatherstocking cabins drive up from the cities of New York, Boston and Washington. While there is a good public transport system, it's nice to have your own vehicle to get around in. Take along a good map and enjoy your time exploring the backroads. There are loads of photographic opportunities and the area is particularly beautiful when the fall foliage begins to turn.