Celebrating 177 years, this unique Provincetown bed and breakfast located in the heart of the art gallery district is a lovingly maintained 1836 Greek Revival with two cottages and koi pond set amidst our beautiful gardens where many have spoken their vows and others have found time to simply immerse themselves in its history and romance while visiting America's first art colony.
The Inn at Cook Street has numerous amenities that include: Free wireless internet, DVD players and DVD library, refrigerators, hair dryers, cosmetic mirrors, beach towels, and Egyptian 800 thread count sheets and towels. As an added compliment to the Inn at Cook Street, new this year, is the opening of the Triangle Tea Room, featuring the finest in loose leaf tea, organic & artisan blends. Triangle Tea was founded by owner, Lisa Feistel who because of her passion for tea and its magnificent health benefits, has been studying with a world renown tea master for the past few years. Also new at the Inn is the Birdsell Gallery with co-owner, Doreen Birdsell’s fine art photography. Guests are offered a complimentary cup of our fine tea and invited to join us for any of our tea tastings.
All of our accommodations have a private full bath. As an added convenience most accommodations have a private entrance and deck.
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.
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 choice variety of Keurig coffees and fine bagged tea by MightyTeaLeaf, complimentary spring water, afternoon baked goods, cookies, pretzels, etc.
We also have room to accommodate your bikes in our garden area.
The Inn at Cook Street was featured in
New York Magazine, Aug. 20, 2010.