Lands End Inn
What We Love
- Daily breakfast is included in the rate (think fresh-squeezed juice, home-baked muffins and breads, fresh fruit and yogurt)
- Free evening wine and cheese hour hosted by the inn's friendly owners
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- Pets are permitted at an additional cost of $50 for the first night ($35 for each additional night)
- Because all rooms are unique, they vary in size from 120 to 300 square feet
- The idyllic West End location means you're about a mile and a half from Provincetown's center
- Free WiFi
On a quiet bluff in Provincetown’s West End, Land’s End Inn is an eclectic 18-room inn with a unique Art Nouveau style. Elaborate stone fireplaces, stained glass details and mismatched antiques dominate the public spaces, while the individually designed guestrooms are richly dressed in a mix of toile pillows, Victorian busts, brocade chairs and Persian rugs. The guestrooms occupy the hotel’s Tower, Main Level and Garden Level, and most have views of Provincetown Harbor from private decks. Simple bathrooms are stocked with cushy bathrobes and amenities from the White Company of London; some have deep soaking tubs. There’s no restaurant, but a daily breakfast spread of homemade muffins, breads and fresh fruit is served each morning, and the inn’s friendly owners host a wine and cheese hour most nights. Arrive a little early and enjoy your glass of vino in the quiet solarium at sunset.
In the Area
Provincetown is three miles long but only a few blocks wide, making it the perfect town to explore by bike; Ptown bikes has rentals by the hour, the day and the week. If you’re looking for diversion beyond the beach, head to Commercial Street for an artsy afternoon of gallery hopping at William Scott Gallery, Schoolhouse Gallery and Packard Gallery. For a jolt of history, you can’t miss the Pilgrim Monument, which commemorates the 1620 Mayflower arrival; it’s the tallest all-granite structure in the United States. Local dining favorites include the Red Inn, one of the town’s oldest and best-loved restaurants (the lobster and artichoke fondue is a must), Victor’s for quality seafood in a casual setting, and Relish for top-notch cupcakes and sandwiches on the go.
How to Get There
We visited PTown in the quiet of the winter to celebrate my partner's birthday. I asked for champagne in the room ahead of time and was pleasantly surprised with the presentation of it in the room. The beds are so comfortable and every where is very clean. The wine reception is excellent to meet other guests and breakfast was delicious. Definitely worth the stay!
The Inn sits high on hill overlooking the harbor and the spectacular views change with tide. The staff warm and friendly, the Innkeepers downright lovable, and the rooms, whether in the Inn or in the lower level (outside access) are each truly unique, immaculate with high end furniture, beautiful bedding, linens and grand sized towels.
If you are going to Provincetown and don't stay here, well...you've missed the boat!
I've stayed in West Indies (king bed), and The MIssion Oak - two queen beds.
I had such a wonderful stay. The Lands End Inn is a place of such beauty and the staff is so wonderful and accommodating. The views are breathtaking and I saw some awesome sunsets from the Sunset room. I can't wait to return.
thought to detail; classy; clean; charming; historically knowledgeable hosts and staff. cape cod views every artist and photographer strives to capture. a fascinating sight -- indoors and out -- everytime you look around.
the inn you'd like every inn to be.
As usual, everything about our stay was perfect, and the Christmas decor made things extra wonderful! The inn was a cozy spot to nestle on a windy and rainy evening. Provincetown was great for holiday shopping on Saturday, including the Canteen's Holiday Market!