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Private cottage green friendly and pet friendly
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Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Private cottage green friendly and pet friendlyPrivate quiet Restored and renovated stand alone cottage in the west end location complete with new renovation of kitchen and bathroom. Recently added a Extended bay window, new skylight, and brand new dishwasher Green friendly and pet friendly From June 28 to September 10 this is only a Saturday Saturday rental only weekly rate of $1935.00 excluding the charge of the Massachusetts Airbnb tax and Airbnb service tax. Bear week and carnival week is a surcharge of $20 more per night
Best Location in Town,Lovely 1 Bedroom ,Water View
Entire condominium (condo) · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Best Location in Town,Lovely 1 Bedroom ,Water ViewThis Charming 1 bedroom 2 floors clasic Cape Cod apartment is located in the heart of Ptown. You are only seconds away from famous Joe's Coffee, as well as Tea Dance and many restaurants and bars just a minutes walk away from you.
The Treehouse at Seagull's Nest.
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Entire guest suite · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
The Treehouse at Seagull's Nest.The Treehouse is close to art and culture, restaurants and dining, and the beach. You’ll love our place because of the people, the ambiance, the outdoors space, and the neighborhood. The Treehouse is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.

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TOWN CTR, Top floor - Ptown artistic oasis
$129 per night
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Tea House of the August Moon
$105 per night
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Modern & Cozy Apt in the Heart of Ptown w/ Parking
$81 per night
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Luxury w/spa, pvt yard, fpl, 100 steps 2 beach
$190 per night
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Totally New Ptown Center w/Parking
$100 per night
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Queen room w/ shared bath-John Randall House B&B
$125 per night
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Spacious Cottage 2 beds 2 bath 1 parking
$135 per night
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Center of Provincetown garden condo.
$100 per night
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R03 SMALL SINGLE room w/one TWIN bed & SHARED bath
$75 per night
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PET FRIENDLY 1-BR COTTAGE - 3 MIN WALK TO TOWN CTR
$157 per night
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  1. Entire guest suite
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The Pilgrim Monument Suite
$74 per night
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Large Two Bedroom House Behind the Monument
$225 per night

Your guide to Provincetown

Welcome to Provincetown

Located at the far tip of Massachusetts’ Cape Cod peninsula, Provincetown is a small coastal community with a big reputation for good times. The popular summer destination is a magnet for seekers of sun and fun up and down the Eastern Seaboard. Famously welcoming, Provincetown’s open-minded attitude has made it popular with LGBTQ+ travelers, who have helped shape much of its current nightlife scene.

Fittingly for a community made up mostly of surf and sand, Provincetown’s seafood shines bright in the eateries that dot the city’s main thoroughfare. But some of its history as a Portuguese fishing village is also evident at local bakeries and restaurants around town. That history forms one element of the town’s two historic districts. The other comes from hosting and supporting artists. Considered the country’s oldest continuing art colony, Provincetown’s museums and many galleries showcase local artists, while its theater scene receives national acclaim for its more than 100 years of groundbreaking productions.


How do I get around Provincetown?

Provincetown is a 2.5-hour drive from the nearest major airport, Boston Logan International Airport (BOS), but that’s without any of Cape Cod’s notorious summer traffic, which can nearly double your drive-time. In the off-season, however, traffic dies down and driving becomes the most realistic option. From late spring to mid-fall, the easiest mode of transportation is the reliable ferry system, which shuttles passengers 90 minutes across the bay from Boston. The small Provincetown Municipal Airport (PVC) offers flights year-round to Boston and seasonally to Westchester, New York. Once in Provincetown, walking and biking are the preferred methods of transportation. It’s also fairly easy to rent a bike for your stay at one of the many shops in town.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Provincetown?

Provincetown’s high season brings warm, dry summer weather and long sunny days. Crowds line the streets in August for Carnival Week, seven days of pool parties, parades, and costume balls. Fall and spring see cooler, wetter weather, but remain relatively mild, giving you an opportunity to more easily and affordably explore Provincetown’s history, art, and boutique shopping. In winter, the town practically hibernates. Many restaurants and galleries shutter for the season, and other businesses limit their hours. But if you’re willing to brave the chilly temperatures, it becomes a place to hunker down, cozy up, and get away from everything else.


What are the top things to do in Provincetown?

The Dune Shacks

When a famous American playwright rented a decommissioned lifesaving station in 1919 in which to write among the Provincetown sand dunes, he cemented a tradition. Today, 19 shacks remain in the Peaked Hills Bars Historic District, many of which operate as artist and writer residencies. While you can take tours of the dunes, adventurous travelers can also leave their shoes at the trailhead off Snail Road and walk up the soft sand path on their own.

Herring Cove Beach

At the very tip of the Cape Cod Peninsula, Herring Cove Beach enjoys smooth sand and calmer waves. The gentler water of the only bay-facing beach here brings in hordes of swimmers on hot summer days, while concerts in the evenings keep people there long after the stunning sunset.

Province Lands Bike Trail

This 5.5-mile paved path winds through the National Seashore, looping among cranberry bogs, pine forests, and sand dunes. Spur trails shoot off toward various beaches, ponds, and trailheads, making it a nice way to explore the area, especially when you add in stops for picnicking and swimming.