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The John Randall House

140 Bradford Street, Provincetown, MA 02657, USA
+1 508 487 3533

ab 137 €



9.0/10 Hervorragend
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    Über das Hotel

    Built at the turn-of-the-century, The John Randall House provides a friendly retreat from the outside world. The house, once the home of the town doctor and his family, still retains all it's original woodwork and hardwood floors instilling a Victorian charm.The DigsIn the thick of downtown Provincetown, just one block off Commercial Street, The John Randall House delivers a boutique experience in the heart of Cape Cod. Part art gallery, part bed and breakfast, this Victorian-style inn features contemporary paintings by local and national artists alongside stylish furnishings. What really sets this hilltop inn apart is its newly installed outdoor deck with views of the tallest all-granite structure in the United States, the Provincetown Monument, which commemorates the history of the Mayflower Pilgrims.Each of ten rooms is equipped with a queen bed, cable TV, a refrigerator, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Stroll down to the bistro in the morning for a continental breakfast of homemade baked goods, fresh seasonal fruit, hot and cold cereals, milk, and juices. (Twice a week, guests are treated to made-to-order waffles.)Once you've eaten your fill, head out to see Provincetown's finest featureswhat Lonely Planet describes as untamed coastline and vast beaches begging to be explored.

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    • Gratis WLAN
    • Nichtraucherzimmer vorhanden
    • Terrasse/Innenhof
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