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New Accommodations in Provincetown

July 27th, 2014

The new Provincetown B & Bís, inns and hotels, owned and operated by people who love hospitality, are magical options for the discerning visitor. They are wonderful places to lay your head at night; luxurious in décor and sumptuous with delicious foods, a winning combination. Letís take a walk.

The new Provincetown B & Bís, inns and hotels are magical options for the discerning visitor.

Roux Bed & Breakfast 210 Bradford Street 508.487.1717

Partners Allison Baldwin and Ilene Mitnick are perfecting ďthe art of staying.Ē If their Facebook pictures of gastronomic heaven donít win you over, the rooms with themes like ďParis TranceĒ will. This lovely couple left corporate lives, using their expertise in hospitality, retail and marketing, to realize this dream, years in the making.

Located at the edge of the East End gallery district, it is a phenomenal new place for people who want whimsy, wine and a taste of France at Landís End.

Inn at Cook Street
4 Cook Street

Steps away from the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, the Inn at Cook Street is a spacious 1836 Greek Revival home with two cottages, a koi pond and access to a private bay beach. Innkeepers John Jay Wooldridge and Patrick Flaherty took over the inn, making Provincetown their home after years of the Outer Cape/New York shuffle. They are beyond-gracious hosts, throwing an impromptu catered indoor bash on a rainy, cold July 4th to ensure that their guests had a great time. This 178 year old home is a B&B treasure.

Salt House Inn
6 Conwell Street

Hotelier David Bowd and interior designer Kevin Shea have transformed this former salt minerís rooming house into a world class inn. Awarded Best New Beach Hotel by the 2014 Condé Nast Traveler Hot List, the rooms are stark white with a gorgeous interpretation of a maritime aesthetic.

Their remarkable guest services start at the first phone call. A five star breakfast selection listed on a large chalkboard, with tide charts and local news, greets guests in the main room, with more private seating on the grounds and terraces.

The Fairbanks Inn
90 Bradford

David Bowd and Kevin Shea, owners of the Salt House Inn, recently acquired the Fairbanks Inn. They have renovated the rooms, upgraded a lush and private garden and added amenities with a masterful flair. This amazing duo brings a remarkable sensibility and aesthetic to everything they touch.

Seaglass Inn and Spa
105 Bradford Street Extension

High on a hill in the West End, the former Chateau Provincetown is now owned by partners Nadine and Faith Licostie. With renovated rooms and grounds, a heated salt water pool and generous continental breakfast, Seaglass Inn is a perfect option for families and people who love a larger hotel experience.

Awarded a 2013 Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence, manager Peter McHenry is very excited about the new on-property spa, yoga three times a week and mindful meditation, open to the public, 9:30 a.m on Sundays. The hotel has an electric car that will pick up and deliver to the local airport and MacMillan Wharf ferries.

A stay in Provincetown is the ultimate get-away.

Photos: courtesy of the establishment. Painting: Trevor Mikula.

Laura Shabott is a contributor to the arts and culture magazine Artscope, correspondent for The Provincetown Banner and creator of the online column Notes from Landís End for Provincetown.com. Visit her website, www.laurashabott.com.

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