We found the Colony Inn great value for money. A very good standard motel, helpful staff, generous breakfasts with hot or cold cereal, fresh fruit, muffins, bagels, boiled eggs, yoghurt, juice, waffles, tea coffee, The staff seem delightful, the rooms were clean and beds wonderfully comfortable. Option to have a bbq, play pingpong or swim in the heated pool was most welcome. During the summer season, a town shuttle bus runs by the Inn for $2 per person. This is also a great way to do some site seeing out to North Truro and back. Bargain! Aside from the Inn, we just had the best time in Provincetown, everyone was so helpful, friendly and polite. Plenty entertainment for all tastes, gay or straight. Recommended.
Traveller from Australia
Situated by the ocean, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Provincetown Theater and Pilgrim Monument. Provincetown Art …More
We really enjoyed the cocktail hour offering and the full service breakfast was awesome. The mineral bath, sauna and steam room are totally relaxing. We took advantage of a package to combine dinner and massages for one great rate -- excellent program.
Traveller from Wilton CT
Formerly a 19th-century sea captain's mansion, this adults-only inn is in the heart of Provincetown on the tip of Cape Cod …More
We are a young couple from Montreal and we wanted to discover Cape Cod out of season. So we booked a room at the Snug Cottage, in Provincetown. We were so lucky and happy to find this place! We even stayed one more night to enjoy it more. A charming cottage in an old captain house in the village (2 minutes walk from the center, no need to take the car), very nicely decorated and equipped, very cosy, with well-chosen furnitures and a fireplace always on. Our room was really nice (I loved especially the wallpaper!) with a comfortable bed, a clean bathroom, two windows and a huge closet. Nothing was missing.
Tim, the host, is a really friendly and welcoming person who is perfect in his role, has really good taste and huge (and highly appreciated) cooking abilities. His (freshly cooked) cinnamon rolls and muffins served for breakfast (with a lot of other fresh and good food) will stay in our memories.
We were his first customers but we take the bet that we will for sure not be the last. We really hope to have the chance to come again but not sure that it will be easy to find a room available next time!
We highly recommend the Snug Cottage (and Tim)(and his pastries)!
Traveller from Montréal
Situated in Provincetown, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Provincetown Art Association and Museum and …More
"Beautiful B&B 1 block from the Main St. In P-Town"
My partner and I could not have asked for sweeter, more genuinely kind B&B hosts. The house and room were beautiful and exceptionally comfortable! We were greeted upon our late arrival with our key, a very kind and informative letter regarding all P-Town has to offer, and freshly baked muffins. The next morning our host-couple treated us like family...even making us home made vegan bread. They so kindly catered to us by preparing us vegetarian and vegan breakfasts! We will certainly ALWAYS stay here when we visit. We can't wait to stay in the brand new penthouse. They showed it to us before our departure and I beleive it's probably the very best room in all of Provincetown!! Thank you Robyn and Audri for truly making it feel like a home away from home, we can't wait to see you again!!
Traveller from VA
Situated in Provincetown, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Provincetown Public Library and Pilgrim …More
For more than a century, P-Town has been a bohemian haven. Each summer crowds flock to town for raucous times including a week-long carnival in August. Galleries, bookstores, antique shops, and kitschy boutiques line Commercial Street, the three-mile main thoroughfare. Panoramic views are enjoyed from the top of the 252-foot Pilgrim Monument. The sun rises and sets on the north-facing Race Point Beach.