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Winter Interlude

January 13th, 2014

Winter Interlude

If you want to travel with your pet, the Inn has seven very handsome pet-friendly rooms as well, located close to walking trails and some with private entrances

Do you want to visit Provincetown, and need a place to stay? Here are a few suggestions!

The 8 Dyer Hotel offers rooms and suites outfitted with comfortable beds, luxurious bedding and linens, plush towels, complimentary internet access, and signature bath amenities from L'Occitane . Rates are reasonable, ranging from $95 to $135 a night (for a penthouse with mezzanine whirlpool tub and private entrance and balcony). Most of their rooms have fireplaces to add romance to your getaway, and all guests receive complimentary expanded continental breakfast and 10% off on all spa services at Jonathan Williams Salon and Spa. They offer free shuttle service to/from the airport, use of the on-site jacuzzi and sauna, and modern, elegant spaces, including a magnificent two-story, glass-walled lobby where guests can soak up the sun and relax, listen to music, get lost in a new book, or socialize and make new friends. Owners Steve Katsurinis and Brandon Quesnell are new owners for 2013, and can't wait to welcome you!

You'll be well-cared for at Admiral's Landing, a women owned Inn just one block from Commercial Street and the bay Ė centrally located at 158 Bradford on the corner of Pearl Street. Owners Robyn and Audri offer lodging with a wide range of amenities including WiFi, fireplaces in most rooms and a homemade breakfast of orange juice, fruit, yogurts, granola, cereals, freshly baked cakes and/or muffins, and a selection of teas and coffee. To chase away the chill, they also now serve a hot egg dish named "The Admiral's Cup" (egg and hash brown frittata muffin topped with a variety of goodies such as bacon and cheddar, black beans & salsa, linguica and provolone). They are around the corner from the Fine Arts Work Center and a short walk to the East End gallery district.
The house itself is a Greek Revival home from the 1860ís, offering a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere, with an eclectic mix of periods and Provincetown art. Rates range from $95-120 per night, and their specials include a 20% discount on week-longs stays (Jan 1-April 26), or choose to stay 2 nights and get the 3rd night half off (till June 19, 2014. Use Code: (3rdNightHalf). Ranked as the #2 guesthouse in Provincetown on TripAdvisor.com, it has also won that site's 2013 Certificate of Excellence!

Purchased by Stan and Eva Sikorski in 2012, the Land's End Inn is an extension of their 45-year love affair with Provincetown. They are dedicated to continuing the high standards Landís End Inn guests have come to love. This magnificent B&B, high atop Gull Hill in the far West End, offers some of the most dramatic ocean views in town, as well as a delightful continental breakfast, complimentary beverages all day, and in the early evening, a social hour with complimentary cheese tray, fine wines and beers.
Here you'll find rooms with lavish architectural flourishes such as vaulted or domed ceilings, private decks and patios, furnished with heirloom antiques, fine art and exceptional furniture; many with magnificent stained glass floor lamps and Tiffany lamps, and lush extras like pillow-top mattress sets, 100% French goose down pillows (hypo-allergenic polyfill available), high-quality linens, personal bathrobes and bath amenities by The White Company of London, heating controls, flat screen televisions, and complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the property. If you want to travel with your pet, the Inn has seven very handsome pet-friendly rooms as well, located close to walking trails and some with private entrances.

Last but not least, try out the Somerset House Inn. Located on Commercial Street in the near East End, it's far enough from the clubs so you can enjoy a peaceful night's sleep, but close enough to explore all the downtown attractions! Owners Bob and Dan are always welcoming and helpful with suggestions for your visit, they offer a tasty and varied breakfast, and hold afternoon socials for guests to mingle. They always welcome new friends!

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