About Our Women-Owned Guesthouse in Provincetown
A Greek Revival home from the 1860’s, Admiral’s Landing offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, in a convenient central location. Located one block from Commercial Street, we are within walking distance to many things that Provincetown has to offer.
The decor of our bed and breakfast is bright, airy and “beachy” with a collection of Provincetown art. We offer a wide range of amenities at a good value. Our B&B has eight comfortable rooms on two floors, five in The Main House and three in the new Cottage, which includes our WAVES Penthouse and 2 studio efficiencies. Open year-round, we aim to provide a peaceful escape for our guests from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
If you arrive in Provincetown by air or ferry, we offer pick-up and drop-off service.
The staff at Admiral’s Landing will make your vacation memorable. From dinner reservations to entertainment and nightlife — Provincetown air and ferry schedules — sporting activities and gyms — our knowledgeable staff is here to help you with any arrangements.
Robyn and Audri Bazlen-Weglarz were married in Provincetown on October 21, 2006. The ceremony was held at the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House. Robyn had been coming to P-town for Fantasia Fair since 2001 and Audri since 2004. They had often discussed the possibility of moving to P-town and running a B&B, but it never seemed like a possibility, until now. It is with great joy that they embrace this new chapter in their lives. It truly is a dream come true.
Each morning begins with our expanded continental breakfast of fruit, orange juice, yogurts, granola, cereals, freshly baked muffins and/or cakes, and a selection of teas and coffee. We now serve a hot egg dish one of our guests named “The Admiral’s Cup” (Thanks Elizabeth!), an egg and hash brown muffin-sized frittata topped with a variety of toppings such as bacon and cheddar, linguiça and provolone, black beans & salsa and more. Relax and chat with other guests at our dining table or enjoy your coffee on our garden patio. In the colder months, you can enjoy the morning paper by the warmth of the fireplace.
Our patio is on the Pearl Street side of the house, where you can enjoy the ever-changing perennial garden — a great place to read a book or just people watch. Behind the main house, we have a private courtyard with a conversation area (coming soon). A great way to unwind at the end of the day.