The Cape Inn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

698 Commercial Street, Route 6A & Snail Road, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 02657, United States
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83%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
29%
84
Very Good
35%
101
Average
20%
57
Poor
8%
25
Terrible
6%
19

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 161% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families62
  • Couples66
  • Solo83
  • Business85

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Forum Posts

place to stay on the docks?

by williamdeleo

A friend told me that there was an affordable place to stay with small "shacks" literally on the docks in p-town. Does anyone know the name and web page for it?

TIA
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Re: place to stay on the docks?

by haikutaxi

There are a few places that are built on wharfs, notably Captain Jack's Wharf on the West end of town and Angel's Landing or Poor Richard's Landing on the East End. Neither one is what I call affordable but you can be the judge of that (I believe about $1000/wk is the going rate).

Re: place to stay on the docks?

by williamdeleo

thank you! ... that's the place I heard about.

I'll check it out.

Re: place to stay on the docks?

by seeker7079

look up hostels and p-town , if i remember correct there are / is a hostel that sorta fits the description you gave ( shacks ) not sure if thats what tou were / ae looking for ; much less expensive than 1000 per week thats for sure

be well & enjoy the rest of the day
- mic

Re: place to stay on the docks?

by williamdeleo

!!! Yes!!! you're the man! Thanks. I think this will work perfectly.

Travel Tips for Provincetown

Public Bathrooms

by emilienoelle

There are two places that you can find a public bathroom in Provincetown. One of them is in the town hall on Commercial Street, but this bathroom often has a long line, especially in the summertime. The other is at the entrance to the pier on Ryder Street. Just look for the place where all of the tour buses are parked and the bathroom will be right in front of it--or ask a bus driver. These bathrooms are much better. They are big, clean and staffed by full-time attendants.

Beauty and the Beach

by ambershimkus

While walking, you will see much diversity: that is the beauty of Provincetown. The best thing to do is be open-minded about the odd art (most of which is stunning), homosexuals holding hands (get used to it), and odd clothing.

Cape Cod National Seashore -...

by GeorgeJabin

Cape Cod National Seashore - See this park the only way it's meant to be seen. Rent a bike and ride the trails through the dunes. There are a number of bike shops in town that rent mountain bikes at reasonable prices. They will give you maps and directions to all of the dunes, ponds, observation posts and museums. Don't think you can fit the whole park into one day either. It spans about 30 miles, and should be taken in over the course of a couple of days.

Portuguese delights

by leffe3 about Portuguese Bakery

This place has been here for more than 100 years and is the cheapest place in town for breakfast and lunch. Standard breakfasts, interesting sandwiches for lunch. Great takeaways - pasteis de natas (custard cakes) included. Only problem here is that the smell of deep-frying dough can be very overpowering.

The Pier

by emilienoelle

Provincetown's pier is just off the main part of Commercial Street. Not only is it beautiful, and God it really is, but it's got a lot of things to do. From the pier you can charter a boat to take you fishing, book a whale watch or visit the town's Pirate Museum. The atmosphere of the pier provides for endless photo opportunities with its many boats and beautiful views of Cape Cod bay. If nothing else take a stroll down the pier just to look.

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 The Cape Inn

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Address: 698 Commercial Street, Route 6A & Snail Road, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 02657, United States