Large room with 2 full beds, quality bedding TV, Cable, 3 large windows.
- english, russian
About Valerie Reasen
Hi, my name is Valerie (Valentina) Reasen. I came to US from USSR in 1977 with my husband Leo and my 3 y.o. son Jerry. It was a cultural and emotional shock to me for next 10 years. i was and still amazed by this beautiful country and its people. in Russia they told me that America is cruel and unfriendly place, and people are hungry and dying on the street. In 1985 we open up gymnastic school in Brooklyn NY for children. I was happy teaching kids all what i know and see how they change over the years. This property we bought initially for overnight summer camp. We run it from 1999-2010 when I retired from gymnastic school and converted this property to lovely Bed and Breakfast. I love what I do, I love meeting people, talking to them and hosting their stay.
Valerie Reasen purchased this Bed And Breakfast in 1999
Why Valerie Reasen chose Fort Plain
It is located in Central New York. Close to Cooperstown, Albany, Searacuse. Very close to Thruway. It is landmark building built in 1890, 2 story building, 1 million dollars scenery, 120 acres land with woods. horse barn.
What makes this Bed And Breakfast unique
18-th century French furniture, real mahogany, wood floors, unique art work, wrapp around porch, lovely trees and flowers.
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.
Charming and Wonderful
From the first time we spoke to the property managers, Leo and Valerie, we knew we had made the right decision to stay at their beautiful bed and breakfast. The property is peaceful and comfortable, rooms clean and well put together in a sweet, Old French home decor. The bed was comfortable and the room felt more like home than your average rental typically does.
The breakfast was delicious, country farmstyle-and the hosts sit and eat and converse like family. We had a most enjoyable stay, and would absolutely stay here again. It was a very charming, very pleasant experience.