Where to Stay for Single Women's Weekend
Please consider staying in our host hotels and inns.
247 Commercial Street
Phone: (508)487-1430 Ext. 1
Provincetown's premier complex - offering lodging, dining, and entertainment -- 5 bars, a restaurant and heated pool. 18 guest rooms; many with water views. Center of town and the location of several Single Women's Weekend events.
Women-owned and operated, The Seaglass Inn & Spa offers a peaceful retreat nestled in the hills of Provincetown. The combination of The Seaglass Inn & Spas amenities, ambiance and location provide a welcome alternative to the large harbor front hotels and bustling beachfront. At the hotel, guests can experience a true escape in the heart of Cape Cod.
102 Bradford Street
In the heart of town. Luxurious and spacious rooms & apartments that offer both comfort and romance. Jacuzzis and Fireplaces. Gorgeous garden courtyard. Made to order breakfast. Since the 1970's, Gabriel's has welcomed our family of friends to this unique and special inn. Elizabeth Gabriel Brooke is one of the founders and president of The Women Innkeepers which hosts Women's Week in Provincetown.
462 Commercial Street 508-487-3203
Located in the quiet East End next door to the Art Association & Museum. Year-round apartments. Offering a lovely guest room, efficiencies & penthouse apartment, with a private yard, patio & barbecue. Water-view with beach access. Parking, bike rack, 10 minutes walk to the center of town through the Galleries District. Diane Corbo and Val Carrano, Innkeepers
5 Center Street
A "Provincetown Classic" and women's guest house offering rooms, apartments, and a cottage. Enjoy the unhurried atmosphere of a rambling Cape house. Tucked down a private drive. Decks, gardens, parking, and a yard. Women-owned and operated, The Seaglass Inn & Spa offers a peaceful retreat nestled in the hills of Provincetown. The combination of The Seaglass Inn & Spas amenities, ambiance and location provide a welcome alternative to the large harbor front hotels and bustling beachfront. At the hotel, guests can experience a true escape in the heart of Cape Cod.
Getting to Provincetown
Driving to Provincetown from Boston or Providence, Rhode Island (home of the two closest major airports) is approximately 120 miles and takes about 2.5 hours, unless you hit rush hour traffic getting out of the cities.
It’s an easy drive from either airport and there are plenty of places to stop along the way for gas and food.
FROM BOSTON BY CAR
Take I-93 South to Route 3 South to the Sagamore Bridge and onto Cape Cod, where it becomes Route 6 East (aka the Mid-Cape Highway.)
From New York/Connecticut/Rhode Island by Car
Take I-95 North to I-195 North to Cape Cod over the Bourne Bridge to Route 6 East.
FROM BOSTON BY AIR
Cape Air (with 9-seater planes) from Logan International Airport costs about $235 round trip and takes about 20 minutes. Taxis from the airport cost $7 per person.
FROM BOSTON BY FERRY
There are two ferry services, the Bay State Cruise Co. and Boston Harbor Cruises that cost $79 roundtrip. The fast ferry only takes 90 minutes. Once at Provincetown's MacMillan Wharf, you can take a taxi or walk to your inn, depending on the distance.
FROM BOSTON BY BUS
Plymouth and Brockton buses depart from South Station (Red Line). It's a nice ride, but it takes about 3.5 hours and makes a lot of stops; approximate cost is $60 round-trip.
GETTING AROUND IN PROVINCETOWN
All of the events for Single Women’s Weekend are located in the center of town and are within easy walking distance to one another. Single Women's Weekend Registrants enjoy $5 per person taxi rides anywhere in town.