Welcome to Admiral’s Landing in Provincetown, MA!

A Quiet Provincetown Bed and Breakfast

Our 1860’s historic and friendly Provincetown bed and breakfast is centrally located just one block from Commercial Street and the bay – at 158 Bradford Street on the corner of Pearl. While staying with us, you’ll be just a short walk to a wide variety of restaurants, shops, and galleries. Unlike other hotels in Provincetown, MA, we are also just around the corner from the Fine Arts Work Center and the thriving gallery district. Provincetown is a unique travel destination, like nowhere else. There really is something for everyone here – unique shops and boutiques, fine dining and cafés, galleries and theater – beautiful untouched beaches, sand dunes, whale watching, nature and bike trails, and more.

Recently renovated, our women-owned Provincetown B&B provides accommodations appointed with amenities designed to make your stay in Provincetown memorable. Each of our guest rooms at this Provincetown hotel includes a variety of deluxe amenities, including fireplaces, complimentary Wi-Fi and a delicious homemade breakfast every morning. Our beautifully-decorated inn is bright and well-appointed with Provincetown art and comfortable furnishings. Rooms feature private baths with large waterfall showers or air-jetted pedestal tubs for our guests’ comfort and relaxation. Choose from a total of eight guest rooms between the Main House and the Cottage at this beautiful Provincetown bed and breakfast. Unlike other hotels in Provincetown, MA, our additional cottage in the back of our Main House features two studios and our Waves Penthouse. We encourage guests to escape to our private courtyard or garden patio, while enjoying a plate of homemade breakfast or simply relaxing and enjoying the company of others. Guests will feel right at home at this bed and breakfast in Provincetown, MA. Whether you’re traveling as a couple for a romantic getaway or planning a weekend retreat, let Admiral’s Landing welcome you to beautiful Provincetown by making you feel right at home during your stay.

COVID-19 Update

Currently, we are taking reservations for 2021.

In these uncertain times we would like to reassure our guests that we have enhanced our already stringent cleaning procedures with new deep disinfecting protocols, following state & local requirements and guidelines. Admiral’s Landings main focus is the comfort and safety of our guests. Things may be different, but our guests have always been and will continue to be our main priority.

To help keep our guests and our staff safe in 2020, we have limited our reservations to direct bookings only. You will not find us on the online travel sites, but you can view our availability and pricing above. Click Book Now or Check Availability to access our calendar. 

Our policies now have more flexibility with a new change of date option. We want our guests to feel confident that we will be working with you in order for you to plan your vacation with the utmost flexibility. #WeAreInThisTogether 

Travel Advisory

As of August 1, 2020 all travelers entering Massachusetts are required to complete the Massachusetts Travel Form prior to arrival and quarantine for 14 days or produce a negative COVID-19 test result that has been administered up to 72-hours prior to your arrival in Massachusetts. The list of low risk states is updated as needed. For up-to-date information, please go to: Mass.gov

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Innkeeper’s Corner:
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Guest Comments:
“My $400 budget would barely be enough to pay for a room during Provincetown’s summer season, but in mid-May, just $90 (plus tax) scored me a deluxe room at the Admiral’s Landing, complete with cathedral ceilings and a gas fireplace.”
—Christopher Muther ~ Guest Comment
Boston Globe
“…Lodging is the most dramatic bargain of all. Rooms that run $200 or more during the season cost half that on weekends, and even less during the week. Jean and I were first tempted by Admiral’s Landing, a 19th-century Greek Revival whose gorgeous rooms — many of them with fireplaces, a necessity during New England winters, if you ask me — were all $100 or less, with a third night thrown in free during the winter.”
—Matt Gross ~ Guest Comment
Frugal Traveler, New York Times
“Our stay at Admiral’s Landing was amongst our best B&B experiences.”
—Tom & Mark ~ Guest Comment

Arlington, VA
Postcard from The Edge
Out & About“We stayed at Admiral’s Landing and, as the sole guests, had the entire run of this wonderfully hosted, perfect B&B, which boasts a fabulous library of all things gay and cultural.”
—David Noh, ~ Guest Comment
NOH-WAY blog