Carriage House Provincetown

7 Central Street, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 02657, United States
#9 of 62 hotels in Provincetown
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Loved It!

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by written on January 27, 2010

On our last trip to provincetown we were greeted by our amazing host, Angus, at the ferry - what a welcome! The ferry is the best way to get to ptown from boston dropping you off literally on the dock of the bay. We have been to provincetown every year for the past fifteen years, a lot of the time at the carriage house. It has a wonderful mix of guests, some faces we see every year and some new that are just passing through.

Owners and staff alike are ptown locals and know all about the town, very helpful for those new to it's charms. We've noticed a distinct change in the clientelle from 100% gay during our first few August visits to a pleasant mix of gay and straight making it more interesting for everyone I guess. The Carriage House is a very welcoming environment where anyone would feel at home.

The town seems to be headed upmarket as we noticed similar guesthouses are similarly priced. With the cost of eating out and entrance to clubs going up each year we hope that provincetown doesn't price itself out of the market.

Unique Quality: Angus the manager - always there to help!
An amazing breakfast, interesting people to talk to. close to everything.
The dining room and kitchen where breakfast is served were lovely.
Close to golf, beaches, dunes etc

Directions: Center of town, westend..

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Ptown's best B&B

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by written on April 24, 2009

Without a doubt the best place in ptown to stay, sure there are finer inns with spas and all the luxuries you could eat! but for relaxation in a comfortable and friendly environment you cannot beat the carriage house in provincetown. Did I mention the price? not too shabby...even in high season, the most we have ever paid in August was $275. Off season or early season are more like $125-$150. They are going to kill me for this, their rates are probably higher. Anyway you get the point, check it out, great rooms, fab breakfast, nice hosts. Angus is the funniest guy on the planet and bradley is the cutest golden retriever around.

Unique Quality: rooms with private entrances, great location, great breakfast, fresh quiche and waffles made to order. Hot tub, friendly.....

Directions: beginning of west end, just off commercial street, center of town.

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Best in Ptown

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by written on June 26, 2006

Wow! what a great B&B, to be honest it really isn't a B&B, yes it's small with just 12 or so rooms but the facilities and the property itself are more like a hotel, the only difference would be they do not have a restaurant or bar. They serve an excellent breakfast and have a beautiful decked area outside to eat. The rooms are pretty and larger than other places in town we noticed. Everything is thought of from the fresh lemonade on check-in to the delicious belgian chocolates we received as returning guests. We wouldn't stay anywhere else!

Unique Quality: Great beds, great coffee, beauitiful sunbathing area with outdoor hot tub and great location.

Directions: Center of town, beginning of the West End.

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Address: 7 Central Street, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 02657, United States

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Amenities at Carriage House Provincetown

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  • Continental Breakfast
  • Free Parking
  • Free High Speed Internet

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