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Race Point Beach

Cape Cod National Seashore Race Point Beach

All the types of accommodations are available to visitors to Provincetown. While most are located in Provincetown, several are along Route 6A in North Truro, the Shore Road entering Provincetown.

Accommodations range from rustic camping on the edge of the Cape Cod National Seashore Park to five-star suites in guest houses, which were once the fine homes of successful merchants and sea captains. For individual categories of lodging, please look under the sub-headings of this menu.

Prices are seasonally adjusted and while great bargains are available in the shoulder seasons (spring, fall and winter), minimums stays may be required in high season weekends and over holidays.

IMPORTANT: The Provincetown Police Department is warning persons looking to rent Provincetown properties of several internet rental schemes, particularly those involving Craig’s List. Renters should use caution when seeking properties and avoid those rentals which utilize bank transfers, MoneyGram, Western Union or any other type of wire transfer for security and rental deposits. Persons believing that they may be the subject of a rental scam should contact the Provincetown Police Department, Meredith Kurkjian Lobur, Detective Supervisor at 508-487-1212 x19.


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Apartments, Cottages, Condos and Houses

For accommodations which feel more like home Provincetown has a large inventory of rental units with amenities such as kitchens and washing machines. Cottages have been long been popular and some, especially those along Beach Point in North Truro, have generations of families who return for the same week each year. Choices range from simple old-fashioned Cape Cod cottages to luxury condo’s and waterfront homes.

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Bed & Breakfasts, Guest Houses and Inns

The tradition of providing lodging for travelers is a very old one in Provincetown and dates back to a time when fishing families supplemented their unpredictable incomes by offering spare rooms to visiting artists and tourists for a modest rent.

Today some of Provincetown’s finest accommodations are found in converted mansions and fine homes from the nineteenth century when Provincetown was one of America’s most successful fishing ports. Many of these accommodations have been painstakingly restored both outside and in to bring back the ambiance of that era while incorporating the necessities and amenities of modern life.

Other guest houses are based on more traditional expectations of simple overnight accommodation at an affordable price, often right downtown but also in the quieter residential neighborhoods in the East and West Ends of Provincetown.

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Motels, Hotels and Resorts

The largest hotels in Provincetown have over 100-rooms and are primarily located on the harborfront. Motels often command a spectacular view of the Outer Cape and have spacious swimming pools which provide an alternative to a day at the beach. There is a healthy price range to provide comfortable overnight accommodations for all of our visitors.

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Campsites, Hostels

If you want to be close to nature, camping is just for you! Pine trees, dunes… For tourists on the budget, check our hostel, right in the center of Provincetown!

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Real Estate and Reservation Companies

If you are looking for place to rent or buy, check our real estate businesses and rental companies.

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Provincetown Harbor

Provincetown Harbor