Some pluses and minuses.
First... the website and name are a little bit misleading. This is a motel, or "motor inn" or "motor lodge." To call it an Inn is simply wrong.
The photos on the site emphasize the surrounding area -- not the actual property that is the Inn at the Moors.
We were on the ground floor - our door a few feet from our car and the parking lot.
If we return we'll definitely pay more to be on the upper level -- where you park around back right at your door... but then have a porch/deck overlooking the marshes and the water (and parking lot). Kinda hard to explain. Sorta like the first floor rooms are a walk-out basement.
Carefully go through the website and virtual tour to understand what you're getting. Ignore the spectacular photos of surfers and such. Really look at the photos of the property and rooms.
The staff is very nice and accommodating. The place has a nice laid-back vibe to it.
It's clean. Not exactly super-modern and renovated... but definitely not down-at-the-heel either. Like staying in a decent 1970s motor lodge.
The a/c was new and very good.
The sheets and towels were clean. The bedding is the typical spongy pillow and foamy blankets. Though the bedspread was nicer so we used that. The bed was fine.
Yes you're away from the madness of Commercial St. Is The Moors quiet, though? not exactly. Your neighbor returns from a night of reverie or starts their car at 7am and it's literally 15 feet from your bed.
We could hear our upstairs neighbor walk across the room. Ours was particularly noisy. (Not The Moors fault.)
The coffee is pretty good! The rest of the breakfast is nothing special - supermarket pastries, muffins and fruit.
Cell service is spotty. Wifi is reliable but a little slow. Nether was a disappointment, as i'm there to get away.
The broader location is nice... out on the tip of the Cape. But the way it's set on the road with no sidewalks, etc... is simply charmless. Again, it's a motel in a nice spot on the cape.
We liked the long walk into town. We try not to drive when we're in Ptown. But at night with no sidewalks, it could make some people uncomfortable. Traffic is light and it was fine for us. If you like to drive everywhere then that wouldn't be an issue for you.
- Also Known As:
- Inn At The Moors Hotel Provincetown
- Inn At The Moors Hotel
- Hotel At The Moors
- Motel At The Moors
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