My husband and I have stayed in Provincetown many times over the years -- a few times in a very expensive B&B and sometimes in old motels that I was afraid to walk barefoot on the carpets because of visible mold. As we both work in the luxury hotel business, we've been able to stay all over the world and can be fairly picky about acommodations. The White Horse Inn offered me a reduced-minimum night stay (2 nights at the height of the summer season) and while not a Ritz-Carlton, I loved it. The house itself is very typical of what you find in P-town (built in the 1700s) but clean and comfortable, and Mary the innkeeper is an absolute delight! Spoke many times over the phone and must say that this experience was in the top 3, so we will be going back again. The only drawback was the shared bathrooms, but one was right outside in the hallway and again is very typical of most guest houses in town.
- Also Known As:
- White Horse Hotel Provincetown