The Inn at Cook Street

Address: 7 Cook St, Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 02657, United States | Inn
 
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Inn at Cook Street Provincetown

    Douceur de vivre

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    Peut on trouver un endroit original calme et magnifique entre New York et Boston avec des plages de rêve où l'on puisse faire en même temps du shoping et se balader de dunes en dunes sans croiser une âme qui vive?

    Oui : à Provincetown tout au bout de la presqu'île de Cap Cod.

    Mais alors ou dormir lorsque l'on est une famille en vacance dans la région?

    Pas d'hésitation, aller directement chez Doreen et Lisa au « Inn at Cook Street ».

    La maison est à deux minutes de la plage et à cinq du centre ville à pied. L'endroit est très calme, la maison très typique de la région est magnifique et vous aurez la sensation d'être chez vous en version US tant Lisa et Doreen sont au petits soins pour vous.

    Les chambres sont plus que confortable et spacieuses (lit de taille XXL, TV, lecteur laser, cheminée, moquette ou l'on s'enfonce jusqu'au genou le tout décoré avec goût) et le petit déjeuner est au-delà de ce que vous pourrez manger (le tout étant fait « maison » par les maîtresses des lieux)

    It's a WIN at the INN !!!

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    What more can we say, but you have to stay here when visiting Provincetown! The Innkeepers are adorable, fantastic, and accommodating. The house is beautifully decorated with high-end luxuries and personal touches that made our stay feel like a true vacation. The location in Provincetown is ideal, quiet enough to relax, yet close enough to get your feet wet in the ocean or the town activities. We can't wait to visit again. Do yourself a favor and book a room here, you won't be disappointed.

    Why would you stay anywhere else in Provincetown?

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    We LOVED the Inn at Cook Street! It is perfectly located just on the edge (but not too far from) the town center. The rooms are warm & comfortable- light & well-designed.

    I really liked the balance of friendliness & privacy. The upstairs deck was so pretty & inviting. Chocolates on the pillow, espresso/coffee available day & night, the softest sheets & towels, an amazing selection of dvds....breakfast- delicious! We had the apple pie scones & scrambled eggs with feta cheese- perfect. Did I forget to mention the warm pie in the afternoon? Bottled water in your room, soda in the common area...so many little touches that made the Inn at Cook Street special and well-worth revisiting!

    It is obvious to everyone who stays here that Doreen & Lisa love their work and really care that you enjoy your stay.

    We are already plotting our return!

    It does not get better than the Inn at Cook Street

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    My partner and I just returned from a wonderful stay at The Inn on Cook Street. We booked for 3 nights and extended our stay . This was our first visit and I found the Inn online. The hosts Lisa and Doreen were gracious, amazing and generous. They are new owners of this fabulous Inn. My partner and I have travelled the world and I can tell you no five star hotel has anything over this Inn.

    The house is done in wonderful taste. The beds are comfortable and the towels and sheets are top quality.

    Rooms spotless and all your needs are met.

    The "breakfast" was one of the best I have ever had at an INN or anywhere for that matter. Homemade oatmeal with nuts and fruit ,home baked scones,eggs and omlets and so much more.

    If you are thinking of staying in Ptown there is no other place you should consider.. Run and do not walk as once the buzz on this place starts you will not be able to get a room.

    I feel we made two new friends and we are going to book for another stay in August.

    Can you tell we loved it ???????

    The Spirit of Renewal

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    Our long weekend at this Inn was spectacular in every way. The air and light of Provincetown is enough to inspire anyone but add the charms of this place into the mix and you have a heart and soul experience that reflects the warmth and hospitality of Lisa and Doreen - the Innkeepers.

    We have already booked a full week to return in the summer and have been in touch via email with our new favorite INNKeepers on Cape Cod. They are the best!

    This place has a special aura.

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    This charming and immaculate historical home from the 1800's has unlimited wireless internet and hospitality running through it. This perfect find was just what the doctor ordered. It was with great difficulty that we got in the car to drive home. We hope to return once each season.

    Don't Miss the Inn at Cook Street

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    This was our first experience at a B&B. We arrived Friday evening 3/31, were greeted by the Innkeepers and promptly offered a beverage or tea. The Inn at Cook Steet offers a beautiful warm atmosphere. We occupied "The Yardley Room" which was decorated beautifully and offered all the comforts of home. The Inn is located in walking distance to art galleries, shops, restaurants, night life, beach rights. Short driving distance to ocean beaches and historical sites. Parking available. The owners go above & beyond to make sure their guests are treated well. Many delicious homebaked goods along with eggs, granola, raisin brand and fresh fruits are offered for breakfast. The Innkeepers also offered a homebaked goodie in the evening. Cleanliness is excellent. We would highly recommend this Inn and definitely would not hesitate to visit again. Do not miss this one. Excellent!

    Highly, highly recommended

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    Beautiful atmospheric room with every convenience, homey common room, yummy breakfast, very welcoming inkeepers, beautiful grounds, quiet, great location. The best ever after having stayed in Provincetown many, many times.

    Best bed and breakfast this world traveler has ever stayed in.

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    For a wonderful stay in Provincetown stay at The Inn at Cook Street and be treated with royalty and wonderful hospitality by the Innkeepers.

    Rooms are delightfully decorated, lots of amenities, wonderful dvds, books and a common room that puts my living room to shame.

    Try the chocolate chip/peanut butter scones for breakfast and don't forget to top off your day with a delicious truffle placed on your bed.

    As a world-wide traveller, I haven't found a bed and breakfast that can compare with the Inn at Cook Street.

    Your every desire is anticipated...

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    It couldn't have been better! The room I stayed in was pristine with every possible convenience. The women who run the Inn have invested the entire space with their generous spirit. It FEELS good to be there. I can't wait to bring my husband!

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Inn at Cook Street Provincetown

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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