• Chair and Room at a Cooperstown, New York B&B
  • Comfortable bed in the Twain room at a Cooperstown Boutique Hotel
  • Plaster bust of Mark Twain
  • Bathroom in Twain Room
  • Museum Quality Portrait of Mark Twain

Room Amenities

  • King Bed
  • Second Floor
  • Walk-In Shower
  • Antique Double Sink
  • Airy Dormer Window
  • Wood Floors
A Breath of Fresh Air

Situated in our Hall of Literary Offenses, this room is named for Mark Twain, who spent many summers in near-by Elmira penning many of his classics. He also had quite a bit to say about Cooperstown’s favorite son (and one of America’s early premier novelists) James Fenimore Cooper, famous for The Last of the Mohicans.

The entrance to this second floor room at our Cooperstown, NY bed and breakfast is marked by a museum-commissioned portrait of Twain and a retelling of his critical essay on Cooper. The room features a collection of unique Twain memorabilia, king bed finished in designer linens, original hardwood flooring, walk-in shower, and flat screen TV.

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