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1 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA 02657, United States of America – Show map
|Economy Double Room|
|King Room with Balcony|
|King Room with Sea View|
|Double Room with Harbour View|
|King Room with Sea View|
|King Room with Sea View|
|Double Room with Pool View|
|Double Room with Two Double Beds|
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Outdoor Pool (seasonal), Grounds
Private Beach Area, Beachfront
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), Shuttle Service (surcharge), ATM on site, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Any additional older children or adults are charged USD 15 per person per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 10 per night in an extra bed.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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This Provincetown hotel is surrounded by 7 acres of land and features an on-site beach volleyball court and an outdoor heated pool. The Cape Cod National Seashore Beach is 3 miles away.
Score from 329 reviews Very good
The Seaglass Inn & Spa is 1.5 miles from Herring Cove Beach and features an outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi access. Pilgrim Monument is a mile away.
Score from 85 reviews Wonderful
Located in central Provincetown, this historic guest house boasts free Wi-Fi access and a sun terrace. Baked goods and coffee are served each morning. Pilgrim Monument is 5 minutes’ walk away.
Score from 32 reviews Very good
In Provincetown, Bayberry Accommodations are a 5-minute walk from the Pilgrim Monument and is one mile from the beach. Free Wi-Fi and a continental breakfast are available.
Score from 63 reviews Exceptional
understand we traveled in jan, the room we could warm, but sitting area and breakfast area very cold.
I love the historic feel through out the hotel, such a refreshing break from the main stream corporate hotels we normally stay in.
From the warm greeting by the staff to the wonderful room the a terrace and an ocean view to the timely and excellent housekeeping, Provincetown Inn might just be the perfect place for a quiet, comfortable stay in Provincetown
I enjoy the cleanliness of the room and the view. Continental breakfast was awesome
Can't say anything I didn't like
location breakfast room
Very old women at the front counter who was confused and I had to go to the room 3 times before she got it right. I think it's time for her to retire!
We were meeting friends for Thanksgiving dinner at The Red Inn, so the location was perfect. Just a few minutes walk away.
The room had very "tired", stained furniture which contrasted poorly with what appeared to be a relatively freshly painted room. The mattresses were terrible, lumpy and obviously very old.
Not a top of the line place but well worth the trip. I will stay there again.
When necessary relaxing in our room was less than entertaining. They must be using satellite or a dish for their cable signal because it was out more than it was working. I'm glad we didn't have the kids with us. They would have been difficult to handle without a little TV before bed. For what they charge in peak season I'm sure they could afford regular cable.
The inn has a spectacular location at the tip of Cape Cod. It overlooks the bay and has a wonderful, old-time atmosphere.
A terrible glitch regarding which the staff was decidedly unhelpful: some carousing guests were making a loud rumpus in a public space--that made it impossible to sleep. I politely asked them to keep their voices down. No result. I called the front desk. Hopefully someone asked them to quiet down, but no result. I asked the guests myself. No result. I called the front desk again at 2 am to again ask for help. This time, no one was on duty at the front desk despite several calls. At 2:30 am, the guests called it a night. I was disappointed that the Inn's staff wasn't more helpful.
wonderful location cool historical information and vibe in old part beautiful motel rooms near the beach
front desk staff was unfriendly and downright surly....gave bad advice and poor directions....it felt like I was not the enough of a New York fashion plate to receive decent services room--especially bed and linens--need updating included breakfast was nasty
Location. Beautiful beach. Lovely sun rise in the morning. Try and get room with sea view and balcony. Basic breakfast, try get there before the rush, but OK.
Hotel very dull in need of an update. We stayed end of summer season, so no restaurant open at the hotel on the night we were there.. A long walk to Province town for dinner, but plenty of choices once there. Room very small.
Sun rises, breakfast room, place directly at the sea, view on Ptown harbor.
Long walk to center of town, no shuttle service
The ocean surrounds you. We had a great time.
Not as close to the center of town as I'd like
Just spent the weekend in P-Town and stayed here mainly for its views..The room was a typically sized small room for a a hotel in a vacation town...This size was more than made up for by the balcony we had right outside the room..The views of the town and the surrounding area was spectacular. This hotel is old, but we found this to add to its charm and we loved the paintings of old P-Town thruout the halls. In the mornings they have a nice breakfast for their guests and we found this to be an adequate breakfast to start our day off with.We truly loved this old hotel and will stay here agin..As this hotel is out on the tip of town, it is a long walk to downtown, but for us, this is what we were looking for...
Fantastic location. The breakwater rooms were very nice with a sunset view; the waterside rooms had a lovely sunrise view over the bay and Provincetown.
The tablecloths in the breakfast room were so sticky we were concerned about health & safety. The rooms were old but adequate; the wifi was intermittent.
gorgeous views and nice to location if you would like to be away from the main strip. The bar area was quaint and staff very friendly.
Hotel is extremely outdated, beds were old and creaky. Rooms were small and walls paper thin, it was extremely loud in the morning with other rooms conversations crystal clear. This place could be a gem but doesn't appear they are willing to do updates to make it worth the price you pay.
Friendly staff the view continental breakfast grounds well kept
No serious issues
The front desk people were helpful and friendly. The maid service was great. This historic inn was clean, comfortable and beautiful. It was a five min ride from the center of town which was ideal for us.
I would only rate the restaurant and morning continental breakfast a C. The wait staff were professional and helpful, but the food was just ok.
small bathroom. Maybe add some hooks to hang things in t he bathroom.
Decor not updated
Hotel is close to the Herring Cove beach (or better said probably the closest out of all the hotels in Provincetown, but you still need to ride a bike to get there)
The hotel is old. I mean really old. The rooms as well (or at least the one we had) and I'd say even my grandma has much newer bathroom..and she didn't renovate for quite some time. I'm not sure if I'd choose this one again.
Atmosphere/ambiance; nice & quiet; location/locale; breakfast very nice; coffee set up best I've seen; flower show (Dahlias) an added great surprise; availability of handicap parking; refrigerator in room really a plus.
As a handicapped person, my husband had the following problems: no safety handles in bath tub or near toilet (I also find these features helpful, though not handicapped but of the "mature" set); the toilet is tiny (he's a big guy).
The location was truly awesome. Right on the tip of P-town, sticking out into the bay. The decoration inside with the wall paintings was nicely done and the food we had in restaurant was really good. The breakfast buffet had a good offering of different things and was really appreciated.
This hotel is most definitely past it's prime. Quite a few things were in need of fixing up and even with the nice decoration it had this 'old and shabby' feel to it. We were also not exactly impressed by the staff.
The place has a hidden charm,great views laid back feeling.Breakfast was excellent with very helpful staff.
Well the room was very dated and very small. In house resident crickets were annoying. I must say we became used to the room because of the small patio and the view. It would have been nice if the pool was still open.
Location. The staff went beyond the call of duty. Will return some day
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