About Admiral's Landing

Our Provincetown Inn

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.

About Your Stay

The décor 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 inn 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. Openyear-round, we aim to provide a peaceful escape for our guests from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

We at Admiral’s Landing will make your vacation memorable! Ask us about dinner, entertainment, and nightlife recommendations — special events and themed weekends — we are here to help you have the best time possible during your stay.

Convenient Location
Friendly Atmosphere
Good Value

Your Hosts

David and John had long dreamed of owning and running their own bed and breakfast/inn and knew that Provincetown was exactly where it had to be. In the winter of 2020 they saw that the Admiral’s Landing had come on the market and knew instantly it was the perfect inn for them to start their respective next chapter in their lives. David has a long history of working in the hospitality industry in Provincetown and John got a taste of it as a young man in London and Bar Harbor, Maine.

John Hatch posed

John Hatch

John grew up in Ireland and graduated with his veterinary degree from University College of Dublin. He initially worked as a veterinarian in Northern Ireland and England before emigrating to Cape Cod, Labor Day weekend of 1993 on a so-called “lottery visa”.

John lived and worked on Cape Cod for 5 years working primarily with dogs and cats but he was also involved with the Marine Mammal Rescue Network where under the direction of the New England Aquarium he attended to stranded dolphins and whales. In 1998 John moved to the NYC/NJ area and ended up owning and running his own veterinary practice for 15 years. He however kept his cottage on the Cape so he could escape back here on his weekends off . While John continues to practice veterinary medicine a few days a week, he remains truly in love with Cape Cod and thus drives up weekly to test David’s latest muffin recipes and chat with the Admiral’s diverse group of guests.

In his spare time John loves movies, books, gardening, and going for beach walks with Ruby, the Jack Russell.

David Yates

David Yates

David grew up in Atlanta Georgia and graduated from Georgia Tech with a Business Administration degree with a concentration in accounting. He worked in finance in Manhattan after graduating but upon the first opportunity he was given, he escaped to Provincetown to start his career in hospitality.

David has worked several roles in the Provincetown hospitality industry for the last 10 years, including running another inn as the general manager for several years.

In the off chance David isn’t baking, cooking, checking in guests, walking Ruby (The Jack Russell), or relaxing on the Pearl St. patio, he is likely shamelessly geeking out over all things nerdy : Star Wars, Marvel, Science Fiction novels, Modern Technology, and Video Games.