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All reviews p town main property hot tub would stay here again clean place to stay short walk to the beach nice beach short notice comfy bed ocean front small room we loved our stay national seashore beaches convenient location pilgrim monument short distance picnic tables
Convenience, convenience, convenience, at an affordable price! That sums up our stay at this dated but perfectly-situated family-style motor inn a 7-minute bus ride from Provincetown center. We love dining in P-town, but driving the crowded streets is aggravating and parking is limited and expensive....More
We stayed 2 nights here and it was great. Clean and very comfortable. It was nice being able to step out the sliding glass doors of our room to sit and enjoy the view while having coffee in the morning or a drink in the...More
We stayed in mid-August and loved how close we were to the bus stop for Provincetown. Also, having beach access was amazing as we didn't have to pay to park or go to other beaches. We stayed in the cheaper rooms across from the main...More
We were pleasantly surprised with the room. The photo below shows just how close the motel is to ptown. We were on the dune side which is diagonal to the main motel area and across the street. The room was clean and the area was...More
The room is very cute. We have a small efficiency near the pool. It's a bit of a walk to the ocean even though technically it's an on the beach. There's lots of sand, yes, but again it's a hike to the water. That being...More
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If you're referring to the Blue Sea Motor Inn on the line between North Truro and Provincetown, I can tell you that we tipped the maids every day a couple of dollars. They kept the bathroom spotless and fresh towels. The... More
If you're referring to the Blue Sea Motor Inn on the line between North Truro and Provincetown, I can tell you that we tipped the maids every day a couple of dollars. They kept the bathroom spotless and fresh towels. The wifi was free. Does that help? and there's no gym at Blue Sea, but just walking to the shoreline was exercise!
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"Dune view rooms face Route 6, so you can hear traffic if the window and balcony doors are open"