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Provincetown Inn at Cook Street in Provincetown, 508-487-3894 888-cook655


Celebrating 178 years, the Inn at Cook Street is located in the heart of America’s oldest continuous Art Colony.  The Inn is a lovingly maintained 1836 Greek Revival with two cottages and koi pond set amidst beautiful gardens. Steps away from access to the Harbor beaches, guests can simply relax in the gardens and on the decks, where many have spoken their vows. Enjoy the quick walk into the center of town and take in its history visiting the place where the Pilgrims first landed.


Breakfast is from eight to nine-thirty a.m. - You can enjoy a full, specially prepared breakfast in our dining room or step outside to your deck or dine in the garden. We will do our best to accommodate any special dietary needs if you let us know in advance. Also included with your stay is a variety of our new branded coffee “Stumptown Roasters Coffee, along with Keurig coffees and fine bagged tea by MightyTeaLeaf, complimentary spring water, afternoon baked goods, cookies, pretzels, etc. The gas barbeque grill is available for all guests to enjoy as well as the gardens, deck and exclusive access to the bay beach, only steps away.


We accept Visa/MC/Amex and traveler’s Checks.


The Inn at Cook Street was featured in
New York Magazine, Aug. 20, 2010.


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