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.
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Enjoyed our time at Land's End Inn. We will definitely be returning next summer. It was our first time and we were pleased with the Inn staff and our warm welcome by Rusty. Breakfast was delicious and we looked forward to our morning meal out on the patio every morning.
Everyone at the Inn was warm and welcoming. We sampled three rooms: Tiger Lilly, English Garden and the Moroccan Tower. Each was unique with its own attributes. Tiger Lilly was small with a tiny bathroom but a lovely private deck. English Garden was larger with a lovely garden/water view and a couch that made it more cordial. The Moroccan Tower was fabulous! It was large with an outstanding large bathroom and super shower. And it had its own, good size deck with sublime water views. Each had an excellent bed, top notch bedding, fluffy towels and splendid bath amenities. The breakfast was perfect, with fruit, yogurt, tasty pastries (that I should not have, but did indulge) as well as other goodies. Treats were available during the day. And the wine hour in the evening was a lovely touch. Town is an easy walk and the beach at Race Point is the crown jewel of the National Seashore. Good restaurants are bountiful as are interesting shops and art galleries. My husband and I throughly enjoyed our stay at the winsomely elegant Land's End Inn and hope to return to sample more rooms!
My husband found this Inn via TripAdvisor reviews so it only seems right to continue the 5 star reviews for this place. We stayed 3 nights in the Moroccan room. We had a private balcony with lounge chairs. Room was quiet and peaceful. This is located on the top of a hill with wonderful views too. The hospitality was wonderful too. Breakfast and 5pm happy hour included. Easy walkable distance to the town restaurants and shops. You can’t go wrong staying here.
My husband and I stayed at the West Indies room. It has a very comfortable bed and spacious bathroom.
Breakfast on the patio offered a pretty good selection to choose from. The scenery is beautiful, the grounds lovely and the hosts are wonderful!
We experienced dinner at the Red Barn Inn next door. The food was fabulous and the scenery upon sunset is surreal.
Truly, a stay here should be on everyone’s bucket list!
This place is gorgeous! The grounds are meticulously manicured and the views from the porches will make you want to spend the entire day right there.
We bought a bottle of wine and sat out there in the evening just relaxing rather than the hustle bustle of the town nightlife..wonderful welcome reception and light breakfast was an added plus to this eclectic property!