Center of Town On the Beach 1-BR

Living area with view of private deck, gas grill and view of harbor.
Living area with view of private deck, gas grill and view of harbor.View from the deck3D Apartment LayoutNew Kit & Bath Shower w/ waterviewGlass walled shower with view of the harbor in new bathBedroomSitting area, now with Euro-sofa (no futon) and Flat Screen TV -small TV bedroom
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1 Review
349 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657



Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 4
Per week $1,270 - $1,890
Type: Apartment
Description of the Provincetown vacation apartment rental
This condo, totally renovated in 2007, has a large great room with living, dining and kitchen and a comfortably-sized bedroom with two twin beds that can be made up into a king.
You can sleep two additional persons on the full-sized Euro-sofa in the living room. You are up two flights of deck stairs to your private deck with the same view of the beach as you see above. You can walk right down to the beech without crossing any streets or leaving our little complex.
There is a large flat-screen TV with DVD player and a DVR with some old movies in the living room and hi-fi. The kitchen has full-sized appliances including a dishwasher. Wi-Fi hotspot.

Albert McMeen

Area Information
By the early decades of the 20th century, the Provincetown had acquired an international reputation for its artistic and literary output. The Provincetown Players was an important experimental theater company formed during this period. It is now the most concentrated Artist Colony on the Eastern Seaboard. Our own complex has 3 art galleries and a photography studio.
For gay travel, Provincetown is currently a destination of choice during the week surrounding the July 4th holiday - with spectacular fireworks on the 4th. The mid-August week, Carnival, is another prime week, but for the four months of June through September, Provincetown is a place like no other.
It has the best resturants - and many of them - on Cape Cod, justly famous for seafood.
A bike ride through the dunes on a National Park bike path is a remarkable experience.
Sailing, boating and kayaking in the harbor is available with rented boats - and you kayaks can be stored on our beach.
A whale watch trip guarantees you will see whales, and deep-sea fishing trips are offered by over a dozen professional companies.
A favorite pastime is walking past the dozens of clothing shops, galleries, bookstores, gift shops, and furniture accessory stores on Commercial Street. They're open from 10 in the morning to 11 at night.


Property Rates

Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Aug 23 2016 Aug 30 2016 - - $1,700 - 1 Week
Aug 30 2016 Sep 13 2016 - - $1,270 - 1 Week
May 21 2017 May 31 2017 - - $1,450 - 1 Week
May 31 2017 Jun 28 2017 - - $1,270 - 1 Week
Jun 28 2017 Jul 05 2017 - - $1,890 - 1 Week
Jul 05 2017 Jul 12 2017 - - $1,700 - 1 Week
Jul 12 2017 Jul 19 2017 - - $1,890 - 1 Week
Jul 19 2017 Aug 02 2017 - - $1,700 - 1 Week
Aug 02 2017 Aug 23 2017 - - $1,890 - 1 Week
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Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Deposits: 50% total rental
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: Laundry is coin operated.


Reviews for this vacation apartment rental in Provincetown, Massachusetts

Jessica Nevins

Jessica Nevins

Lake Luzerne, NY

Worst experience ever

July 11, 2013

Property was not fully described accurately examples to follow. Property was not "on the beach" it was a view looking out to the beach. The pictures stated online it was beachfront not the case instead have building blocking view to the water. The pictures it showed of the beachfront was actually taken from a different property he owns. Next, never stated I had to pay for parking, it was never disclosed on the website or mentioned when I asked. Person we rented from lives upstairs from apartment rented. They let the dog out on their deck and it peed thru the deck onto us. Never did they mention it or take care if the issue. Consistently each night would have a movie blaring when we were supposed to follow a noise policy. Just the rudest and unpleasant experience. This stay has changed my mind about returning to Provincetown. I have been there five other times with no issues. However the issues I encountered not worth the hassle. Another issue was they were going to call the police on me for not paying because I couldn't pay it in cash. Even though the website says they will accept, credit cards, check. Not worth the money total rip off.

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