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Contact Us

In order to contact each guesthouse or inn separately use the contact details displayed below.

 Benchmark Inn | 508-487-7440 | mail@benchmarkinn.com

 Foxberry Inn | 508-487-8583 | info@foxberryinn.com

 Inn at Cook Street | 508-487-3894 | info@innatcookstreet.com

 Land's End Inn | 508-487-0706 | info@landsendinn.com

 Snug Cottage | 508-487-1616 | info@snugcottage.com

 White Porch Inn | 508-364-2549 | info@whiteporchinn.com

 White Wind Inn | 508-487-1526 | info@whitewindinn.com


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Map & Directions

Find the perfect Cape Cod accommodations at a guesthouse or bed and breakfast through the Distinctive Inns of Provincetown. For directions and additional information about each of our eleven member inns, see the contact information for each property listed below.

BY CAR

From Boston (120 miles to Provincetown; approximately 2 1/2 hours) & Points North:
  • Proceed
South on I-93 to Route 3 South onto Sagamore Bridge.
  • Follow
directions (below) from Sagamore Bridge.
From New York City (290 miles to Provincetown; approximately 5 1/2 hours) & Points West:
  • Proceed
North on I-95 to Providence, Rhode Island.
  • In Providence, take exit 20: I-195 East (Cape Cod.)
  • Proceed on Route 25 East for approximately 9 miles to Exit 2: Route 6 East (Provincetown).
 
  • Enter
rotary.
  • Proceed
approximately 3/4 circle around rotary to exit marked Route 6 East (Provincetown).
  • Proceed
approximately 3 miles along Cape Cod Canal to the Sagamore Bridge.
  • Follow
directions (below) from Sagamore Bridge.
From Sagamore Bridge:
  • On
the Sagamore Bridge proceed over Cape Cod Canal. This is Route 6 East.
  • Proceed
on Route 6 East approximately 63 miles to Provincetown. (Please note: after Orleans rotary, we recommend careful observations of speed limits as the towns of Eastham, Wellfleet, and Truro are known for their well-monitored speed zones.)
  • Turn
left at Conwell Street (the 2nd exit for Provincetown).
  • Follow
Conwell Street to the center of town.


BY AIRPLANE
Provincetown Airport: Cape Air www.flycapeair.com services Provincetown Airport (approximately 3 miles from the center of town). This is certainly the easiest connection for Boston (Logan Airport) arrivals. Flying time is 25 minutes. During season, flights operate steadily throughout the day – almost to the point of shuttle service during peak weekend periods. In spring & fall shoulder periods, there are fewer connections. Although not the least expensive route, flying avoids the hassle of summer traffic on Cape Cod. Round-trip cost varies depending on season, advance purchase restrictions, etc. Some airlines have connecting fare and baggage agreements with Cape Air; check with your specific carrier. Reservations & information: (800) 352-0714. Local taxis routinely meet most arriving Provincetown flights; the fare is $5/person to town.

Boston – Logan Airport: Traditionally, the gateway to Provincetown – either for air connection directly to Provincetown via Cape Air or for rental car pick-up from major rental companies. The 120-mile drive from Logan can take as little as 2 1/2 hours or as much as 3 1/2 hours if impacted by rush-hour traffic in Boston and weekend traffic onto Cape Cod. www.massport.com
Providence
(Rhode Island) – T.F. Green Airport:
This expanding airport is a logical alternative to Boston's Logan for arriving guests who are not planning to connect directly by air to Provincetown. Airfares into Providence are often very competitive because of the entry of Southwest Airlines into this market. Driving time & distance to Provincetown from T.F. Green is virtually the same as from Logan. www.pvdairport.com

Hyannis (Cape Cod) Airport:
We do not typically recommend the use of Hyannis Airport because of the lack of connections to Provincetown. However, some guests utilize Hyannis for specific connections to New York and other destinations. Infrequent bus service from a separate downtown Hyannis bus terminal makes taxis or rental cars the most practicable mode of transfer to Provincetown (1-hour driving time). www.town.barnstable.ma.us/airport

OTHER MODES OF TRANSPORTATION
By Ferry:
Two passenger ferry boat services come to Provincetown during the summer season. None accept automobiles although they all transport bicycles.Bay State Cruise Company:
Operates from Boston's World Trade Center Wharf: The new high-speed catamaran (1 hour, 50 minute crossing) has a morning and afternoon departure in each direction. The larger Provincetown II ferry boat has a departure to Provincetown at 9:00 a.m. and returns to Boston at 3:30 p.m. The trip takes a more leisurely 3 hours. For rate information: (617) 748-1428 or www.boston-ptown.com
Boston Harbor Cruises:
Operates from Long Wharf in Boston. They have a FAST FERRY that departs from Boston and Provincetown 3 times a day. The trip is about 1 1/2 hours. Please check www.bostonharborcruises.com for current rates.
By Bus:
Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Company www.p-b.com offers connecting service via Hyannis (Cape Cod), Massachusetts from Boston and also from Providence, Rhode Island. Schedule information: (508) 771-6191.
By Rental Automobile:
Rental automobiles are available at the area's major airports. Provincetown Airport is serviced by a seasonal Enterprise Rent-A-Car concession which does allow one-way drop-offs by prior arrangement. 508-487-0009 www.enterprise.com