There is a central courtyard with a small swimming pool and two hot tubs. Landscaping is beautiful. Our unit had a small deck where we sometimes had breakfast.
The main house has a large front porch, part of which is enclosed, a comfortable living room and dining room, and computer access for those who want to check their email.
Breakfast is different each morning and does not always feature traditional breakfast foods such as eggs and meat.
There is an afternoon social hour in which the hosts serve wine and cheese.
Parking is tight, but the inn has free parking arrangements with a parking lot about half a block away.
As is the case throughout the town, the clientele is a mix of heterosexuals and homosexuals. Those who would be offended by this might choose to go elsewhere.
If we return to Provincetown, my wife and I intend to stay here again.
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