The Distinctive Inns of Provincetown are proud to welcome the Inn at Cook Street to our family!
Innkeepers John Jay Wooldridge and Patrick Flaherty invite you to a relaxing stay at their 1836 inn at 7 Cook Street. Inn at Cook Street’s Greek Revival main house features four charming guestrooms and two Suites with private entrances/decks. Two cozy cottages on the property offer more privacy. Beautiful, lush gardens with water features and a quiet location make the Inn feel more like a private escape rather than a typical bed and breakfast.
Besides the “normal” guest amenities that you’ll find at most any of our member inns, deluxe amenities at our newest member inn include:
- Private bathrooms in all guestrooms
- Luxurious Egyptian sheets and towels
- Private entrances to some guestrooms
- Fireplaces in some guestrooms
- Sundecks in some guestrooms
- A full breakfast each morning of your stay
- Afternoon refreshments including baked items and beverages
- Complimentary airport/ferry pick-up
- Barbecue Grill can be used freely by guests
- Inn at Cook Street saw author Michael Cunningham finish his novel “Home at the End of the World”
- Popular artists Simi Maryles was married in the Studio Cottage
The Inn is also available for small events – its open layout offers the perfect work/crafting/social space. Small weddings either in the garden or within the inn are welcome; the gardens are a beautiful backdrop for photos, or take a short walk to Bay Beach for further photo setting possibilities!
When you plan your Cape Cod getaway, consider Provincetown and The Distinctive Inns of Provincetown where each of our member inns (now including Inn at Cook Street) greet you with open doors, smiling faces, and the makings of a memorable stay!