About Provincetown

Provincetown is renowned for its beautiful beaches, artsy residents, and wonderful vacation rentals dotting its pristine landscape to accommodate endless vacationers annually. Located in Barnstable County of Massachusetts, this fishing and farming town has gradually transformed into one of the most sought-after vacation destinations of this region, flaunting exquisite historic attractions and mind-blowing summer activities. You can even feel the magic of this fantastic retreat lazing around in your cozy Provincetown vacation rental with your near and dear ones. During the day make sure you enjoy all the lovely activities in the beaches before making a few trips to the important landmarks like Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum. Depending on the time of your vacation, you can also participate in many interesting festivals and weeklong events which may include The Portuguese Festival, Circuit Week (July 4th) Family week, Carnival Week, Bear Week, and Provincetown Jazz Festival. Click Here For More Info on Calendar of Events.

Our Favorite Things To Do Around P-town

  • Dine

    Red Inn Restaurant

    Always noted as the finest in gourmet dining, the Red Inn Restaurant is indeed one of our favorite places to eat. Click here for reservation and menu details

    Jimmy’s Hideaway

    Jimmy’s Hideaway Another favorite of the Westville and especially for good measure Click here for more details
     
  • Hang Out

    BoatSlip Resort

    BoatSlip Resort… Hang out poolside daytime and come back to the world’s largest T-dance daily in the summer. Click here for more details

    Joe’s Coffee & Espresso Bar

    Located in the West End at 170 Commercial St. Joe’s Coffee is a true morning religious experience...Jump start your day with a fresh brew.
     
  • NightLife Entertainment

    Atlantic House

    Affectionately called the A-House, the Atlantic House is the oldest gay bar in USA and the only year-round dance club in PTown. This complex consists of the Little Bar (cruise bar with juke box) - The Macho Bar (Provincetown's original leather and Levi bar) & the Big Room (dance club) with patio.

    The Crown and Anchor

    Make reservations for the Crown and Anchor. Recently remodeled, the Crown complex features a variety of entertainment options. The Central House is a restaurant that features live performers and a large outdoor deck that is perfect for people watching. The Vault is a men’s leather bar. WAVE is P-Town’s first video bar. Paramount is the newest dance club in town featuring a variety of themed nights. Located on Commercial St. in the center of town, you can’t miss the big yellow structure!
     
  • Biking

    The Province Lands Bike Trail loop can be accessed from the Visitor Center. The loop is 5¼ miles around, and if you ride the trail spurs to Herring Cove Beach, Race Point Beach and Bennet Pond you can add another two miles to your ride. Riding the bike trail is a great way to see the vast dune system in the Province Lands as well as the Beech Forest, one of the few places in the Province Lands with extensive tree cover but it is also ideal to go to the beach. As a guest of the Westville Cottage you have full access to two (2) adult mountain bikes to explore these trails.
     
  • Beaches

    Beaches

    Provincetown is known for many things; one in particular is its beaches. From the town’s bay side beaches to the Atlantic Ocean’s Race Point to even some Clothing Optional Click here for more details

    RacePoint Beach Light House

    Herrring Cove Beach

     
  • Day Trips

    Noted for fine wines of the Northeast visit the Truro Vineyards and taste one of New England’s finest wines.
    Kennedy Compound, Hyannis Ma
    Cape Cod Potato Chip Factory
    Provincetown Art Association and Museum