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Every Summer my husband and I make a point of staying here. The views are stunning - both day and night sunsets! You can see the tip of Provincetown
from high on the hill where the resort is located.
Every year we’re happy to return...More
It was an older set of cabins/motels with an outstanding view of P.Town and the water. We enjoyed our stay - not too many restaurants there but we managed. Went to Winery which was very nice and reasonable.
Stayed here over Memorial Day weekend and it was still comfy cozy, but a lot of usual staff were absent...I guess tRUMPs immigration policies prevented their return. Lots of businesses were hurting for help.
Twice a year we come to Ptown...Memorial day week and Columbus Day week, and we ALWAYS stay at Outer Reach. The staff are friendly, helpful and courteous beyond belief. They are pet friendly, and even constructed a doggie play area on the property.
Owned and operated by the Provincetown Inn, you can enjoy the Inn's amenities, facilities and waterfront location at Pilgrims First Landing, while staying within the protected National Seashore natural habitat. As a result there are restrictions like no open fires, but the expansive property and...More
Response from ProvincetownManager | Property representative |
Thank you for choosing to stay at the Outer Reach Resort. Our pet policies are in place so that all of our guests can enjoy their Cape Cod vacation. From your description, I don't believe your dogs will present a problem... More
Thank you for choosing to stay at the Outer Reach Resort. Our pet policies are in place so that all of our guests can enjoy their Cape Cod vacation. From your description, I don't believe your dogs will present a problem. Crate trained dogs are generally comfortable in their crates when left alone. We have issues in the past with pets being left unattended (and uncrated) in the room for many hours. Being left alone in an unfamiliar environment, these dogs would bark incessantly for the entire time and sometimes cause considerable damage to the room. Of course, their owners would not believe that their dogs were capable of this, but it happens often. That is why the pet policies are in place. I hope you understand our position in this matter and choose to stay with us. Thank you.
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"30 and 50 building block rooms have the best views of Provincetown Harbor"