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Top 4 Not-to-Miss Attractions in Provincetown

When you visit Provincetown, the beaches are a bike ride away, iconic lighthouses add to the quaint Cape Cod scenery, protected nature is accessible all around, and at a towering monument, you’ll find both unbelievable views and local history. There’s so much to see and do here on the outer Cape, and it’s all just Continue Reading

Visit Provincetown – Discover What Makes It Special

Provincetown – A Beach Town Unlike Any Other With its miles of majestic beaches, untouched nature on all sides, vibrant culture year-round, and fascinating artistic and maritime history, it’s no wonder that people visit Provincetown and daydream about when they can return. Perched at the tip of the 65-mile-long Cape Cod peninsula, Provincetown is the Continue Reading

Discover Cape Cod Wineries – A Haven for Wine Lovers

Top Cape Cod Wineries Cape Cod is a haven for wine lovers, with no shortage of wine bars and local wineries. If you’re taking a road trip and exploring Cape Cod, treat yourself to relaxation, history, and a little luxury at any of these unique Cape Cod Wineries. Cape Cod Winery: Take a drive to Continue Reading

Explore the Eastham Windmill

A Landmark on the Cape for Over Three Centuries The Eastham Windmill embodies the fascinating history of Cape Cod, a relic from centuries ago and a treasured part of the scenery in Eastham, one of the four original settlements on the Cape. How the windmill came to reside in its current location is quite a Continue Reading

Visiting Cape Cod: Explore the Historic Dune Shacks

Find peace and solitude in the historic Dune Shacks of Cape Cod When visiting Cape Cod, the Dune Shacks of Hill Bars Historic District offers a unique visual experience steeped in rich artistic history. Located near our Provincetown lodging along the crisp shoreline of the Atlantic, these shacks have served as homes to American artists Continue Reading

Unique Provincetown Museums

Provincetown Museums — Explore, Learn, and Discover From Native American and Pilgrim history to exquisite art collections and hands-on marine education, Provincetown museums enrich the cultural landscape of our charming town at the end of Cape Cod. All these museums are near the friendliest year-round hotel in Provincetown, making them convenient to add to your Continue Reading

Top 5 Easy Cape Cod Hiking Trails

Explore Nature’s Beauty Cape Cod is the perfect destination for hiking enthusiasts, offering trails with pristine beaches, rolling hills, and a rugged coastline. The area surrounding our Provincetown bed and breakfast offers a wide range of trails that will take you through some of the most scenic spots on the East Coast. Cape Cod Hiking Continue Reading

Pet-friendly Provincetown: A Guide To Bringing Your Pets

Pet-friendly Provincetown: Pups Since the Beginning The history of the pet-friendly Provincetown stretches back to the early 1600s, when the Pilgrims brought two canine companions (a mastiff and a British spaniel) ashore, establishing new roots on the Cape with their canine friends in tow. And just as those first British pups landed in P-Town by Continue Reading

A Road Trip to Provincetown and Cape Cod

With ocean views on both sides, vast dunes, miles upon miles of pristine coastline, and historic lighthouses every few miles, exploring Cape Cod by car makes for one of the most scenic driving tours in America.

Clam Digging in Provincetown – Clams, Oysters, Mussels, and more!

Clam Digging in Provincetown – A Rich History and Delectable Pastime One of the many perks of visiting Provincetown during the wintertime – in addition to fee-free visits to the Cape Cod National Seashore, beaches empty of tourists, and special rates at our Provincetown lodging – is the local shellfishing season, which runs from November Continue Reading


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