We just returned from 4 nights at the bayberry and I had to write a review to thank the staff and reccomend the inn to others. From the moment we checked in until the time we left we were made to feel right at home. The room was spotless, the mattress firm, and the house so very quite for sleeping that the stay was perfect.
When we arrived Ruth greeted us, checked us in - showed us around and made sure we had everything we needed. She was pleasant and efficient. During our stay she was very social during breakfast, but was not intrusive, I loved the way that she and her partner, Cami have painted and kept the property up. It really shows in the way they decorate and maintain it. Someone on a previous review had said that the property is dated, but I disagree. Yes, this is an old home. But the decor is classy with lots of antiques and homey touches. Bathrooms are modern and updated - and very clean.
Breakfast is a continental self serve setup. I was worried that it would be just bagels and coffee and was ready to go out each morning, but was pleasantly surprised to find that I could have a good/nutritious breakfast each morning. Cami made homemade treats each morning to accompany the offerings of yogurt, cereal, oatmeal, fruit, bagels, hard boiled eggs, and coffee and juice. There is a small table that seats 4 inside with comfortable wing chairs to relax with your morning coffee. Outside there are many places to sit and a nice courtyard in the rear that also has a hot tub.
Our room was in the front of the house, ground floor, with a separate entrance. Very comfortable and I can't stress enough how clean everything was. Patrick rounded out the team of hosts and made sure that we had everything needed to enjoy our stay.
We have stayed at many places in Provincetown as we have been coming for vacations here since the early 80's. This inn ranks up there as one of the ones I will be returning to as the hosts were friendly and helpful, the grounds perfect, and the breakfast nicely done. We plan to come back next year in the spring.
Tim S/Anthony S
The rooms on the first floor are a good choice as some have private entrances. Also the stairs are...
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