“We do love it here,” said Schneider.
Schneider says that her husband is a big baseball fan. While she said that she is not as much of one, she did note how she enjoyed living within walking distance of Doubleday Field.
“It’s that great sound of the crack of the bat,” said Schneider, saying that she enjoyed being near the sounds of baseball and being able to easily see games. “It’s a very soothing game.”
She also said that she and her husband were looking forward to the induction of this year’s class at the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
“Can’t wait to see what it’s really like,” said Schneider.
Schneider and her husband’s first summer of business was last year, when the Hall of Fame inducted no living players.
“Everyone’s been very nice here,” said Schneider, when asked about the community’s reception of her and her husband and their business.
She also said that business has been going well.
“We’ve been really busy,” said Schneider.
Schneider said that she’s enjoyed meeting the different guests who’ve chosen to stay at the establishment. She also said that there were some guests that she’d enjoyed so much that she hadn’t wanted them to leave.
“We certainly meet people from all walks of life,” said Schneider. “It’s almost like traveling.”
The Landmark Inn is open year-round. More information can be found by visiting the inn’s website, www.landmarkinncooperstown.com, or by calling 547-7225.