Note: If you’re looking to visit during January – March, check out our What’s Open: Guest Houses page.
Make your Provincetown accommodation reservations early. The busiest weeks in late June through Labor Day fill up fast! Most guest houses and require minimum stays given the week, and the busiest weeks generally require a 5 – 7 day stay.
The town is divided into three sections:
Getting around Provincetown is easy given its size – 2.5 from the beginning of town to the West End Jetty.
Most guest houses, inns, and hotels in the East and West Ends are within 5-15 minutes walking distance to the center of town. The quickest way to get around is by bike, but there are taxis and pedicabs too!
Ptown also has two campgrounds! Check them out!
Mix of residential, art galleries, shops and restaurants. Architecture is classic Cape Cod with beautiful gardens.
The galleries are plentiful, and the Friday night gallery strolls center in this part of town. However, the rest of the week, the East End is the quieter section of town.
It’s the center of action. If you want to be close to day time and evening activities, the center is the place to stay. And, there’s no better place to people watch!
Where to begin … this is the center, so there’s lots!
This center of town has the most shops too!
Take out: There are plenty of takeout shops and treats!
Residential, with a mix of small shops and restaurants. Quintessential cape homes with beautiful perennial gardens. Very nice for walks.
A bit more lively than the East End, but not busy like the center. And it’s closer to Herring Cove Beach.