Ellen Dutcher or Michael Cornish
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
We had a wonderful stay in Dutch Hill. I was worried that would be cramped in the house as both sets of grandparents came to see my son play at Cooperstown Dreams Park, but there was plenty of space for everyone. The house was very clean and the kitchen and bathrooms were well appointed. We enjoyed the front porch, the back deck, the grill, and the kids played in the large yard. The location was very convenient to Dreams Park. We would definitely recommend this house to anyone playing baseball in Cooperstown or just visiting the area!
Pretty location, quiet but close to Dreams Park (14 minutes). We were able to come home between games. Clean and spacious inside. Does need some work like the bathroom door. Well equipped kitchen. Plenty of linens.
Owners were easy to work with and responded very quickly to any questions. Overall very good experience.
Very adequate for what we were looking for. Water is a bit hard a smelly I take it’s from a well. Overall was pleased
Very vice stay.
We enjoyed our time and we got to do one of our bucket list items. We got to see the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Great stay with responsive host.
We enjoyed our stay and Michael was very responsive when there were issues. The house was warm and cozy for the first snowfall of year. The kitchen was adequate for the big dinners we prepared. We would definitely return.
Beautiful property very spacious and secluded. Plenty to do in the area, great place for a get away.
Centrally located between Cooperstown and Oneonta, NY on route 28. Just down the driveway in Portlandville is the"Canoe and Kayak Rental and Sales". MIlford is 5 miles down the road where you could catch "The Blues Train Rides", or catch the "Dinner Train" ,many times, serving a local favorite "Brook's Chicken". On the way to Cooperstown, taking the scenic County Route 33, you will find the"Ommegang Brewery". There you can get a bite to eat at the "Cafe Ommegang" and check out the "Summer Concert Series" or the "Brewery Store". If you decide to take the main State Route 28 to Cooperstown, you will find many attractions along the way, such as the "Barnyard Swing" next to "Dreams Park" or the "Northeast Classic Car Museum". Not to far off the beaten path you could also grab some local apples or a jug of apple cider from the "Fly Creek Cider Mill and Orchard", take a tour on the "Glimmerglass Queen", or check out the local museums. Get some local history at the "Hanford Mills Museum", "The Farmers Museum", or the "Fenimore Art Museum". In the heart of Cooperstown is the" Baseball Hall of Fame Museum" along with many shops and resturants within walking distance.