Provincetown may be one of Cape Cod's smallest communities, but its extreme popularity as a vacation spot means a large number of hotels, many housed in historic homes with the kind of period detail architects only dream about. Gay and lesbian business owners are the norm, and most will make a point to help guests with everything from a packed lunch to a guided tour of the Gallery District. Note that about half of the hotels are closed for the off-season, which stretches from November through April but often re-open for events like Holly Folly or Snowbound Leather Weekend. Read the fine print before reserving, as many hotels are adult-only and require a valid ID at check-in. The lesbian-owned Inn at the Moors is situated way out on the western edge of town, which means it's perhaps the best place to watch the sun set over the water and
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A smart set of LGBT-owned accommodations, from charming historic hotels to an ultra-fabulous resort with views to match. Owners Ralph Coffey and Frank Salvo have improved the property over the last 14 years to be named a Distinguished Inn of North America by Select Registry, a leading innkeeping association. And their attention to detail shows, from the classic white wicker chaises in the beautiful solarium to the lushly landscaped gardens and koi pond. Gorgeous rooms and suites divided among the Inn, Bungalow and Carriage House buildings are named after famous poets and wits—think Oscar Wilde, Emily Dickinson and Dorothy Parker—and decorated in a sumptuous but comfortable mien. Each features a distinctive queen or king bed with luxury linens and cozy sitting area with antique furniture. Some suites offer two-person Jacuzzi tubs and stacked-stone fireplaces that set the tone for romance; most have their own entrance via a private rocking chair porch.
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Land's End in Provincetown would be my suggestion for you. Crown Point is another lovely inn you might consider. Depends on where you would like to be in the town - do you want to be right in the heart of all the action on commercial street with a great front Porch to people watch?