This is a great B&B, so well located in delightful Provincetown. Thomas is one of the Innkeepers and is so pleasant and welcoming. From booking to check-in he is very professional and warm. The house staff were also amazing, making me feel right at home. Leila the house chef created lovely hot breakfasts to order including pumpkin waffles, avocado toast, omelets and more! She also provided daily baked goods such as fresh blueberry bread, cranberry muffiins and chocolate chip cookies which were left out for guests. The rooms are adorable with high ceilings and fireplaces. The common dining area and zen garden are a wonderful place to relax and socialize if so inclined. I frequently travel with my dog and the Tucker Inn is so pet friendly. They close for the winter so plan accordingly!…
My partner and I had a very good experience overall at the Tucker Inn. The location was central yet quiet and allowed us to walk pretty much everywhere we wanted to go. The room, although small (which we knew going in) was clean, and the bathroom was nicely updated with a rainfall shower. And while we mostly skipped breakfast, the afternoon baked goods were a delight. However, what spoiled our stay a bit was the overall lack of hospitality from the innkeeper, Leila. From the beginning of the stay, she never seemed very welcoming or happy to have us staying at the inn. One example illustrating this was when she knocked on the door of our room while we were inside, and, without apologizing for interrupting/inconveniencing us, simply asked, "Do you have the black BMW?" After we let her know that wasn't our car, she simply acknowledged that and left. This brusque way of interacting with us also marked checking out. I handed her the keys, and there wasn't so much as a "thank you for your stay" or a "hope to see you again." I mentioned a maintenance item, and she said "I'll look into that" and turned around and walked away. I'm not sure if we did something to bother or insult her (I'm not aware of it), but her attitude definitely soured our experience at the inn, which was otherwise quite lovely.…
I loved staying at this comfortable and friendly inn in Provincetown. It was the best inn that I have stayed at in 7 visits to Ptown. The hosts are friendly, good cooks, and willing to help you with whatever request you have. They provided us with umbrellas during a rain storm, ice when we walked too much, advice on whale watching, and good restaurant recommendations. The rooms are comfortable and cosy, befitting a large historic home. This inn is in the middle of Ptown, on Center Street. And the best part of the experience is meeting fellow guests during breakfast, which is served in a semi-enclosed porch in the garden. Baked goods, lemonade, and soft drinks are also provided throughout the day. Highly recommended for straight as well as LGBTQI travelers.
My fiancé and I had a truly phenomenal experience at The Tucker Inn! I was on the tail end of my bachelorette weekend on The Cape, and we decided to drive from Dennis Port to PTown for the day prior to heading home to shop and have lunch. Upon arriving in PTown, we decided we didn't want to drive all the way to Boston when we were done and wanted to get a hotel. One problem- we had our 16 week old puppy with us and nowhere that accepted dogs. With an incredible price point and a perfect downtown location, The Tucker Inn came to the rescue! Laila, the owner, had a room for available for us for the night. My fiancé and I were instantly blown away by the level of hospitality and dog friendly atmosphere that exists here. Our puppy is a baby and still learning but everyone was so beyond patient and loving to us and to him. By the end of our stay, we felt like we really got to know the other guests and knew them by name. The outdoor patio felt like a true haven with water fountains and statues and many benches and tables for relaxation. The dogs ran freely and safely throughout the fenced in yard and the first floor of the Inn. The breakfast was delicious and little touches made it even better (a pitcher of iced coffee and various flavors of hot coffee). Throughout the day there was always a tray of freshly baked cookies on the table and they were delicious. The air conditioning was strong. Beds comfy. Bathroom immaculate. T…
Lovely B & B, in the center of things, but off the main street so quiet and peaceful. Rooms are comfy and the courtyard is an oasis. Laila and Marilyn keep the Inn clean and the breakfasts are excellent. We couldn't be more pleased. On top of that, this is a truly dog-friendly Inn in a dog-friendly town. Please don't spoil it for the rest of us, if your dog is unfriendly or badly trained please leave it home. We will be back in October!!
This is such a friendly inn. We stayed on our honeymoon then went back for our 15th anniversary. Very little changed and that was great. It blends in with the surrounding friendliest town I've ever been. Ask about the 5pm social on Saturday night, wine and appetizers. The breakfast is adequate, but next time we go I would try a local spot for breakfast for a day or two.
The easy stuff first: great location, amazing breakfasts, comfortable and clean. The things you do not expect: the charm and the graciousness of everyone. Lila and Michelle are terrific. Howard and Thomas are also. They are a real family and will take care of you; enjoy the garden, and the social hour. We met some very cool people. Looking forward to the next stay!
First off, the space is delightful - quaint, close to commercial street - but just off the beaten path enough to be a bit quiet, and clean. The rooms - while small (it is a New England BnB) are clean, and the bed is incredibly comfortable. They make the space work. There is parking, it is dog friendly and the staff is incredibly thoughtful, kind and service-oriented. Michelle and Lila have been fabulous!!!!! Breakfast is included and is customized and made to order. They do an amazing job. Especially in the midst of a pandemic. Thank you Lila and Michelle for all you did to make our stay delightful for my son, our dane, and me. Truly appreciate it!
The property is as beautiful in person as the pictures, as it is updated and clean. The bed was of superior comfort. The inn staff were very nice and accommodated any needs that I had. This place was perfect for me because of their gracious hospitality towards dogs. I definitely recommend it to anyone, but especially those that need to travel with their pets. Milly and Penelope say thanks too... "woof woof". It was my first experience in a B&B and I will definitely consider them again for another trip. One day I traveled out to explore Ptown breakfast, I should have just gotten it there. Very good quality breakfast.
Best Place In Town, perhaps best on the Cape! Leila cooks like no other with a style and charm admired by all, Thomas & Howard make you perfectly comfortable and part of their family, the place is beautiful, immaculate and ultra clean under Michelle's criteria of perfection. We stayed over this weekend past and without reservation will always consider this our first choice in Province town. Don't miss out on this home away from home. I forgot to mention that they are pet friendly Kira made sure that Layla was also very welcomed.
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