We have stayed at the Tucker Inn every summer for four years because every year it just gets better. Hosts Howard & Thomas are both gracious and caring and spend each winter improving what is already a wonderful
experience. The rooms are small but nicely renovated and very comfortably appointed, many with ensuite baths. The zen-style gardens are a blissful haven with numerous nooks and crannies to sit, relax and listen to the various fountains, take in the beautiful flora and chat comfortably with fellow guests. The hot tub is a good place to unwind with a proper refreshment and a friend or two and the Saturday evening cocktail hour (more
like three hours) is just as compelling an experience as the to-die-for breakfasts served each morning under the canopy of the garden terrace. This is an extremely dog-friendly inn and resident canine hosts Colby and Chloe help make everyone feel right at home. I can't add enough positive superlatives here. Maybe I'll regret encouraging others to discover the Tucker since I'll have to compete for reservations if it becomes as popular with others as it is with me, but this should be the destination choice of anyone headed to P-town who wants something more than the Crown & Anchor party scene!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A genuine bed and breakfast with a dash of the exotic located on a quiet side street in the heart of Provincetown. All modern amenities, flat-screens, wi-fi, state-of-the art climate control, in a gently restored 1872 Second Empire Cottage. ... more less