Welcome to White House on Main
Be at home in our home.
Enjoy a relaxing stay at White House on Main in lovely historic Sharon Springs, New York where you will find friendly people, great food, unique shops, and beautiful scenery. Within walking distance to all the Main Street shops, restaurants, and festivals, WHOM is perfect for friends and family to stay together or to prepare for an event. Available year round for weekly or weekend rentals, or call us to inquire about longer stays.
Just Outside your Door
Just a two minute stroll and you can visit the local shops Beekman 1802 Mercantile, Cobbler and Company, Sharon Springs Natural Soap Comapny, The Finishing Touch, and McGillycuddy's Naturals.
You have several dining options to walk to as well. Enjoy a fresh donut and coffee at Black Cat Cafe, a great burger at 204 Main Bar & Bistro, or meet some new friends at The American Hotel for cocktails and dinner. Or stay in, relax on the porch and grill on the back deck by ordering farm fresh meat and dairy products from Mulligan Creek Acres. Order before you arrive and they will deliver to your door, see their brochure here. On Saturday mornings in summer, you can walk to the Farmer's Market in town for a variety of fresh local products.
After all that walking, pamper yourself with an expert massage at The Spring House Spa or relax on a park bench and take in the beauty of the surroundings in Chalybeate Park which is undergoing a restoration. For more in the area, visit our page of Fun things to do.
WHOM is also close to SUNY Cobleskill and historic Cooperstown where you can visit the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Cooperstown Dreams Park, the world famous Glimmerglass Festival which is celebrating its 40th anniversary this summer, or take a tour of Brewery Ommegang.
For the History Buff
After you read our story, read more about Sharon's fascinating past by visiting their wikipedia page. Sharon Springs is in Schoharie County and is part of the Capital and Mohawk Valley Regions. Explore the history by taking advantage of New York State's Path Through History. You can also take the time to stop and read the numerous roadside state historic markers for an interesting view of the local history.