Bask in relaxing violets and evening colors in our Esopus Dream room.
At John Henry Bed & Breakfast, a stay in The Esopus Dream room envelops you in comforting, violet hues. The amethyst shades uplift and de-stress guests. The colors give the room a placid, evening-like feel at all times of the day.
Sink into the cherry wood four-poster queen bed and let the room’s colors guide you to calming bliss. The queen bed is ideal for an individual or a couple taking a short, soothing getaway to a gorgeous pocket of New York. Have a seat in the comfortable antique chair while you open a book and transport yourself to another world — or just let the room’s dream-like tone take you there.
A large, custom closet offers ample space for all your clothes and luggage. Place your belongings out of sight and fully absorb the splendor of the room’s decor.
The large, private bathroom includes a claw foot tub and shower. At the end of a day spent exploring Cooperstown and Cherry Valley, come home to a warm bath and let the serenity of the Esopus Room’s soothing colors wash over you.
Queen four-poster cherry wood bed
Serene violet hues throughout
Large custom closet
Comfortable reading chair
Private bathroom with clawfoot tub and shower
Ideal for one or two guests
During in-season from 6/1 to 10/31
$159/ night for two during off-season from 11/1 – 5/31
20% off four nights or more
(discount taken automatically at time of booking)
Every tranquil room at John Henry Bed and Breakfast has air conditioning, ceiling fans, and WiFi. We proudly feature Beekmam 1802 fresh air collection bath products. Two other rooms are available:
Fresh off a restful night of sleep in the Esopus Dream, take a short walk downstairs for our delicious breakfast, lovingly prepared fresh every morning with locally sourced and organic ingredients. We can accommodate dietary restrictions. Taking a day trip? Inquire about our healthy boxed lunch options.
After breakfast, enjoy the many outdoor, cultural, and culinary attractions our tiny but vibrant corner of New York State has to offer.