The woman at the counter was great! Super friendly and told us about all the great events around... See full review
Sep 9, 2013
This 19th century Victorian Colonial house was built by Rueben Brown a prosperous coal and lumber merchant from Provincetown. The house was built for his bride to be Albina Brooks in 1888. The free standing circular front staircase was built by a cabinet maker in Salem MA. It was to be his wedding gift for Albina from her father who was a noted sea captain from Salem. It was brought by one of his ships to Provincetown where it was painstakingly constructed. The staircase is featured in Cape Light a book by Joel Meyerowitz a renowned photographer whose photographs are exibited in galleries and museums world wide. The Victorian house has the elegance and grandeur of the late eighteen hundreds. All rooms contain queen size beds and gracious furniture all with sitting areas.
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The woman at the counter was great! Super friendly and told us about all the great events around town/ what streets to avoid on the way out (traffic). The room was clean, a little outdated but nice. The location was PERFECT! Right in downtown
Provincetown with all the great shops and restaurants. No pool or anything like that though. You need to request an iron if you need one
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Stop by the governor bradford if you like karaoke. Very entertaining!