Stayed in the Victoria Suite for four nights. There was a mix up at check in where we were switched rooms from our booked room. The bed was the worst bed I’ve ever experienced- hard and sloping to the center. Several nights I moved to the couch (on my honeymoon!) The bathroom is as small as possible and very cramped. Our last night, there was no hot water and we were unable to shower. Several mornings, the house keeper attempted to enter our room prior to 10 AM. We will not be returning.
Two couples stayed in first floor rooms. Rooms are fairly small but we had plenty of drawer space for four days. Bathroom and shower were tiny with just a wee bit of space to store products. Good A/C, small refrigerator. Couldn’t figure out the coffee maker in the room and no instructions. Beach towels supplied which was nice. Common Sitting area was comfy. Masks required in the common space. We weren’t supplied instructions for arrival and called the innkeeper who said he would send someone over. Never showed. We poked around until we found the only employee who we saw while we were there, who showed us to our rooms. She was kind and seemed to be the only one working there, in the kitchen and cleaning rooms. Breakfast was continental. Delicious croissants but were fresh on day one and stale by day 3. Keurig coffee. Room clean/towel service by request, not automatic. Room was in need of repairs i.e. gaps between walls and ceiling. It would have been nice to have information about check in, breakfast, wifi, room services, etc and to have seen the innkeeper sometime during our four day stay. Not what i typically expect from a B&B.…
My wife and I recently took a mini-honeymoon trip to Provincetown, and stayed at Snug Cottage, and we already cannot wait to go back. First, the details: There is parking directly across the street, and check in was a breeze. We stayed in the Bristol suite, which included a comfy bed, a fireplace (with wood, newspaper, and lighter), a nice sized sitting area with a couch, coffee table, and TV, and a 3-sided window seat. There were plenty of windows so the in-room air conditioning was not always needed, but worked wonderfully when it was. The bathroom was clean and had all the amenities one would expect from a hotel stay, and a couple more (don't typically get toothpaste and mouthwash where I stay). The proprietors are incredibly friendly, and while our interactions with them were brief as we were constantly on the go, we could tell they pour their passion into the cottage and guest experience. When we arrived they ensured our fridge was stocked, including a bottle of white wine. There is also a Nespresso machine, though we did not need to use it. Breakfast was brought to the room each morning, and included a jar of oatmeal, yogurt, orange juice, and pastries. This was definitely a house converted to an inn, but it gives the place a very comfortable feel, and does not lack for any of the cleanliness, service, or amenities one would expect in a regular hotel. We were thrilled with it. As for location, it is an easy walk to just about anywhere in town. Commercial St is just a couple blocks away. We only needed a car to get to the beach. Otherwise, walking was no hassle. In short, this is a lovely cottage in a perfect location and we felt taken care of the whole time. 10/10 will stay again, and cannot recommend it enough!…
Needing a last minute room for one night during Pride 2021, my choices were limited. Snug Cottage came through with a wonderful room (their least expensive opening due to a last-minute cancellation), one of two available at the property. All other properties were three times the distance away from town. With all the "in-town" rooms sold out, Snug offered a quality room, continental breakfast, luxurious bed linens, an insanely comfy mattress, a wonderfully charming historical property with lovely gardens - and the owners/managers were wonderfully pleasant and helpful. And a reasonable 15 minute walk to the main attractions. A lucky last minute find that makes me want to book again.
This was my very first stay at Snug Cottage. It was a different experience than the norm due to COVID. No breakfast Buffett. They prepared individual breakfasts left at your door each morning. No cocktail hour allowed. They provided a nice bottle of chilled wine with glasses. Though the rules made it difficult for the Innkeeper they did their best to overcome and make it a good experience. They even provided a ride back to the ferry. I will visit again.
Our deposit has still not been refunded after a state-mandated cancellation and the property will not return our emails and messages. The terms of our booking required a refund and we have had no contact whatsoever. Disappointed they do not even have the courtesy to reply.
This is a decent place if you can get a good price. Pro's: Tim the owner is great, great location, decent breakfast, ac in room, nice grounds, pet friendly, relaxing, private entrance in a few of the units, distant ocean view from the front rooms and parking on property for free. Cons: no ac in common area, most of the time probably fine but during heatwave not great. No central checkin or checkout area, need to call host. Room I was in was a little dated, dark colors, old bed, windows covered in pollen making ocean view a little fuzzy. Overall I found the place welcoming and friendly, and fine for a couple day mid-week getaway.
We loved our stay at Snug Cottage. Tim was so welcoming, and he answered the many questions we had. Charming room with a comfy bed. We loved that it was a short walk down to downtown Ptown! Nice continental breakfast that we could eat out on the pretty patio. Thank you, Tim!
We only stayed the one night but enjoyed it. Tim the owner wasn’t around when we arrived so we left our bags and took a short wander into town. Tim is very knowledgeable & told us about the history of the house & the town.. our room was comfortable in an old fashioned quirky sort of way.. it wasn’t immaculate & some of the electrics etc were a bit dodgy looking but we slept well & it was fine for us.. breakfast was basic but had all we needed.. a great location for all you need really....
I stayed at this snug little hotel quite a few years ago, and would stay there again in a heartbeat. The owner was very attentive, and made a great breakfast. I've been meaning to write this review for over 3 years (the "when did you travel" option only allowed me to go back to April 2018) !!! But that just shows the great impression the Snug Cottage left on me ;-)