Stay at this Provincetown Inn and watch the tides ebb and flow and sunset over the dunes. Spy on sailboats and ships on the horizon and blue heron fishing at low tide. Try to paint or photograph intense colors of the moor or a pink and gold sunset reflecting on a full moon high tide. The scene is constantly changing!
When you feel like moving (you are on vacation), take a swim in the pool or walk 20 minutes to Herring Cove Beach or into town. Shop, shop and gallery hop! Take a break, sit on a bench in front of town hall to people watch, listen to the steeple bell and enjoy the amazing street entertainment. Oh, go ahead, get an ice cream at Ben and Jerry's; you'll dance it off at the Boat Slip.
Our guests like the quiet of the west end to get away from the crowds in town and to see the other wildlife including fox, red cottontail rabbits, blue heron, and many species of small birds. Some nights we hear coyote howling in the dunes.
You have had quite a day in Cape Cod, so turn on the paddle fan and take a nap before dinner; there are many excellent restaurants and snack shops or use the BBQ. Then enjoy the nightlife- dancing, live entertainment at bars, cabarets, comedy clubs, and theater. When you've had enough of the hum and sometimes roar of downtown, retire to the quiet west end and sleep to the comforting sounds of crickets and distant foghorns.
- Cont. Breakfast Private Baths
- Ceiling Fans WiFi
- BBQ Refrigerator
- Phone Cable/Satellite TV
- Heated Pool Balcony
, Upper deck rooms have 1 queen bed or 2 doubles and front balcony, Sea level rooms have 1 double and 1 single bed , , All rooms face full view of the moor, a 180 degree view of the expansive salt marsh with sand dunes and Cape Cod Bay on the horizon. This is one of the most captivating views in Provincetown and all of The Cape because it changes throughout the day with the ebb and flow of the tide and passage of the sun from early morning to sunset., , From the upper level rooms, you enjoy a higher view from a balcony. Guests at sea level enjoy easy access to the pool and BBQ area with an enveloping eye-level view of the moor., , The upper level rooms of this Cape Cod Inn are either two double beds or one queen bed, and the lower deck rooms are one double and one single bed., , All 30 rooms are newly decorated, have private baths, cube refrigerators, cable TV, ceiling fans, phone, WiFi and are non-smoking. Parking is at your doorstep (all rooms accessible without stairs). Amenities include maid service until noon, in-room phones with free local calls, continental breakfast of yogurt, pastry, fruit, juice, great coffee and tea from 7:30 to 11 a.m. Soft drinks, bottled water and ice are available in machines. There is a BBQ and picnic table for your use.
- Walking Wildlife Viewing
- Swimming Boating
- Sightseeing Shopping
- Restaurants Museums
- Biking Kayaking
, With the spring high tides the moor floods twice a day with seawater reflecting sand dunes, white cumulus clouds, and sky-blue pink sunsets., , In summer, it is a vast emerald field with a network of rivulets to be explored by the wildlife and an occasional kayaker. At its wide mouth, the moor is ideal for a high tide swim into eight feet of pristine sea with a sandy bottom., , After Labor Day, the green changes daily becoming an amber wave of sea grass and a giant orange pumpkin for Halloween., , Let me share a hidden treasure, a beach accessible by hiking over the breakwater or by a short water taxi across the harbor to Long Point, the sandbar tip of Provincetown. Long Point Lighthouse Beach has warmer water, softer sand, fewer people and a gorgeous panorama of Provincetown harbor. There are actually two lighthouses on this strip; Wood End Lighthouse is part of our fabulous view from The Moors.
Diane and Loretta
Newly Decorated Double Occupancy Rooms ID: 192617