Decorated in rich colors with luxurious bedding, the Dorothy Parker Room is a sophisticated retreat while in Provincetown. The bright room looks out over town to the library tower, and is a guest favorite at our Provincetown inn.
The smallest room in our guest house inn, but one of our guests' favorites for single travelers looking for quaint lodging in the Provincetown area. This intimate accommodation with a full-size bed and private bath is done in shades of dark blue and cream, with exposed beams, stylish furniture and decorative touches to give it a real Cape Cod feel.
Two mansard windows fill this room at our Provincetown inn with ample sunlight. In the winter the barren trees on Johnson Street allow for some limited views of Provincetown's scenic Cape Cod harbor, which can be especially beautiful at sunrise. A warm, classic Chinese print covers a feature wall giving a tranquil and relaxing ambiance. The room is a freshly redecorated and welcoming space.
Originally the front parlor of the old Second Empire house, the Tennessee Williams Room is nowadays an excellent accommodation for guests who like to see what is going on outside in Provincetown. The large bay windows facing Johnson Street give plenty of natural light and fresh Cape Cod air. We are sure the poet would have loved to sit on the windowsill and watch the men parade the street.