A classic and stylish feel brings this upstairs room in our inn from the Victorian era to the present.  Located on the west side of the main guest house inn, it remains shadier in the mornings, perfect for those who feel like sleeping in a bit.  It is a perfect base from which to explore all that Provincetown offers.

 

Amenities

Queen-size Bed
Walk-in Shower
Mini-Fridge
Flat-screen TV
Rainer Rilkes Floor Plan

Location

Rainer Rilkes Map

Writer Bio

“We see the brightness of a new page where everything yet can happen.”

 —Rainer-Maria Rilke

Rainer-Maria Rilke is considered one of the greatest lyric poets of the modern German language. Rilke created the "object poem", attempting to describe physical objects with the utmost clarity. He became famous with his "Duineser Elegien" and the "Sonette an Orpheus", both published in 1923.

Newly renovated, the sophisticated style and a sunlit sitting area are the highlights of this room.  The private deck area and the fireplace make this room a favorite in all seasons.  This room is centrally located at our guest house inn. Considering the proximity to the common area and Namasté Spa, this room is especially suited for people who like to socialize and meet new friends.

 

 

Amenities

Queen-size Bed
Walk-in Shower
Mini-Fridge
Fireplace/Sitting Area
Flat-screen TV
Stereo
Private Entrance
Private Balcony
Sands Floor Plan

Location

Sand Map

Writer Bio

“We cannot tear out a single page of our life, but we can throw the whole book on the fire.”

 —George Sands

The free-spirited author George Sand scandalized 19th-century Paris when she defied convention and pioneered an independent path for women with her passionate search for a new way of being. She was of prodigious energies, managing to produce 70 novels, 24 plays, 40,000 letters and more. During her career she played an important, if long underestimated role in the evolution of the novel. Sand questioned the sexual identity and gender destinies in fiction.

Warm and sophisticated, the Eugene O'Neill room offers a serene and welcoming space. The alcove of the windows lets in the first rays of the Cape Cod morning sun and offers a good place to watch life on Johnson Street.

 

Amenities

Queen-size Bed
Walk-in Shower
Mini-Fridge
Flat-screen TV
Oneil Floor Plan

Location

Oneil Map

Writer Bio

“Obsessed by a fairy tale, we spend our lives searching for a magic door and a lost kingdom of peace.”

 —Eugene O’Neill

While not a poet, but rather one of America's most renowned playwrights, we have included Eugene O'Neill here as he made a significant contribution to the Provincetown theatrical scene. O'Neill wrote a number of his plays, and even had a few staged while summering in our Cape Cod town during the 1910's-20's.

The smallest and coziest of our classic guest house inn rooms does not face out on any streets and is therefore among the quietest accommodations in the main house. Decorated in rich colors, it features windows on two sides, bringing in a lot of natural light, and giving a perfect view of the Pilgrim Monument which can be quite dramatic during a perfect Cape Cod sunset.

 

 

Amenities

Queen-size Bed
Walk-in Shower
Flat-screen TV
Dickenson Floor Plan

Location

Dickenson Map

Writer Bio

“The soul should always stand ajar, ready to welcome the ecstatic experience.” 

 —Emily Dickinson

Emily Dickinson was a local poet who was born and died in the Western Massachusetts town of Amherst during the 1800's. She was an extremely private person, preferring to spend most of her time in her room writing, having little contact with the outside world. As such, only 7 of her 1800 poems were published during her lifetime, the rest brought to light after her death by her sister.