Carl’s Guest House – Provincetown Gay Guest House

Carl's Guest House - Provincetown Gay Guest House

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay:

Looking for a relaxed, comfortable, reasonably priced and friendly place to stay in Provincetown? Carl’s Guest House, a Provincetown gay guest house, is hard to beat.

Decorated in a clean, simple manner ideal for a beach vacation home, Carl’s is just a short walk from all the most popular places in P-town.

We offer fourteen guestrooms of varying sizes and amenities – from large rooms with private bathrooms, refrigerators, microwaves, a/c and more to simpler comfortable rooms with shared single occupancy bathrooms. All of our guestrooms are completely private, clean and comfortable.

There’s also a central living room that’s open for all of our guests, where you can watch TV, read, or hang out with other guests. There’s also a service area with free coffee, tea, refrigerator and microwave oven. Please note, we don’t provide alcoholic beverages or mixers.

You’ll enjoy views of beautifully landscaped and flowered yards from almost every room.

Our Provincetown gay guest house even has a private, clothing optional sundeck for our Naturist guests!

When you first arrive at our Provincetown guesthouse, we’ll give you a full tour of the house, and we’ll also give you information on all the town activities, shows, beaches, etc.

Who stays at Carl’s? All adults of any age are welcome, and our guests come from all around the world. Carls is ideal for travelers who are gentler, friendly, and easy going, and NOT into heavy drinking or drugs. Please feel free to ask as many questions as you want – we want to be sure you are going to be comfortable with the environment we offer. All of our guests are given keys and are free to come and go in quiet comfort.

If you’re looking for clean, comfortable, affordable Provincetown accommodations, come stay with us at Carl’s Guest House!

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Aerie Guesthouse – Gay Provincetown Guesthouse

Aerie Guesthouse Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay: Aerie Guesthouse offers Provincetown visitors accommodations for all budgets – from affordable double rooms with shared bathrooms to extravagant two bedroom suites, perfect for romance. Aerie Guest House is the perfect place to relax – enjoy a great book, or just sit on your balcony and stare out at the bay. Our elegant common room has a warm fire to welcome you in the cooler winter months, and Steve’s beautiful orchids are in bloom year-round, courtesy of our greenhouse. Walk our landscaped grounds and gardens and small on-site vineyard of chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon and concord grapes. Dave makes concord grape jelly that is renowned locally. Start off the morning with an expanded continental breakfast with fresh baked goods. Each of our guest rooms has oh-so-comfortable pillow-top mattresses, a/c, refrigerators, coffee makers, cable television, and DVD Players. Some rooms also offer their own fireplaces. We also offer a DVD library, wireless internet access, bikes for guest yse, a hot tub, laundry facilities, and our own private beach. We greet guests with complimentary champagne when you arrive. We have guest parking (one space per room), and allow smoking only in the outside ares of the property. One parking space is available per room and complimentary champagne awaits you upon arrival. Come stay with us at the Aerie Guesthouse on your next visit to Provincetown – we’re right in the heart of it all.

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Aerie Beach Club – Provincetown, Massachusetts

Aerie Beach Club Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay: Aeirie Beach Club is at 425 Commercial Street in the heart of Provincetown. We provide luxurious oceanfront apartment rentals – private, fully equipped accommodations that include private balconies with panoramic beach and Cape Cod Bay views. Aerie Beach Club has four accommodations available – a provate cottage and three apartments, one per floor, in our main building. The property also includes a beautiful lawn with gardens that opens onto our own private harbor beach. Each of our Provincetown vacation rental apartments has a complete kitchen, direct dial phone and voice mail, wireless internet access, a DVD player, 2 televisions, CD player and BBQ grill. Apartment One (the cottage) is air conditioned. Apartments 2, 3 and 4 in our main building have floor fans. We have an on-site laundry room for guest use, and guests can use the Aerie Guest House facilities next door – a DVD library, bikes to ride, our hot tub and our large continental breakfast. There’s one parking space for each apartment, and we greet you with complimentary champagne when you arrive. Each guest room has linens and towels, but we do not provide daily housekeeping service. Check-in and out is at the Aerie Beach Guesthouse office around the corner. Aerie Beach Club apartments are nonsmoking, but smoking is allowed on the outdoor decks. Looking for the perfect place to spend a weekend (or a week) in Provincetown? Come stay with us at the Aerie Beach Club – luxury in the heart of Provincetown.

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Somerset House Inn – Provincetown

Somerset House Inn Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay: Coming to Provincetown? Somerset House Inn B&B offers year round lodging in the heart of Ptown, on Commercial Street just across from the bay. We have a number of guestrooms with bay views, and can provide a friendly alternative to an impersonal hotel. We serve our guests a hot breakfast each morning between 8:30 and 10:30 am – breakfast includes coffee, juice, and hot tea, pastries, fruit, cereal, yogurt, and a hot dish. Please let us know of any dietary restrictions or needs in advance so we can provide something appropriate for you. We also provide evening cocktails (including wine and beer and our own secret Love Potion margarita), and host a barbeque party on Saturdays in the summertime. If you’re commemorating your anniversary or celebrating some other important event, please let us know, and we’ll be happy to help make it memorable. We can pick you up at the airport or at the Provincetown ferry, and we also offer free parking bwtween April and early November. If you will need pick-up or parking during your stay, please let us know in advance. Each room comes with cable television, a DVD player, wifi internet, private bath, L’Occitaine bath products, air conditionaing and heater (individually controlled), hair drier, mini refrigerator, and phone/vmail. In addition, some rooms have fireplaces. Somerset House Inn B&B is non-smoking, and we do not allow pets. If you’re pet starved, though, our golden retriever, Brody, would love to meet you! Next time your travels bring you to Provincetown, come stay with us at the Somerset House Inn!

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Women's Week In Provincetown

Women's Week In Provincetown Summer may be officially ending but the fun is just beginning in Provincetown. The historically gay and lesbian mecca on the tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, has enjoyed a beautiful and rainbow-festooned summer, including appearances from legendary LGBT performers, and even a visit by Hillary Clinton and Cher. And now it’s gearing up for even more femme-forward festivities! Aside from the general pleasure of strolling Commercial Street hand-in-hand with your love, there are some big events to put in your calendar. The 32nd Annual Women’s Week In Provincetown is now the longest-running women’s cultural festival in the country. This year the Festival runs from October 7 through October 16. Mary Lambert and Our Lady J round up the lineup of superstars who will perform in a benefit concert for Cyndi Lauper’s True Colors Fund, which aims to alleviate LGBT youth homelessness. The closing night concert will be followed by an exclusive Rainbow Party and is one of several events produced by the Women Innkeepers of Provincetown. The entire Women’s Week will be a star-studded celebration of culture and community with Kate Clinton, Lily Tomlin, Karen Williams, Vickie Shaw, Julie Goldman, Suzanne Westenhoefer, Poppy Champlin, Jennie McNulty, Cameron Esposito, Rhea Butcher, Cris Williamson, Susan Werner, Suede, Zoe Lewis, Laura Zucker, and more performing. Sporty dykes are not left out, with events that include pickup basketball, an annual golf tournament, and Kate Clinton’s always-riotous Touch Football Classic.

By Merryn Johns – Full Story at Curve

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Lesbian Travel: Postcards from Provincetown

Provincetown Greetings from the tiny island nation of Provincetown, Mass. Provincetown is the town that theme weekends built. Thematically, we have already cycled through Film Festival, Portuguese Festival, Circuit Party/Fourth of July, and Bear Week. Of course while famous for our separatist-crowd-pleasing theme weeks, we have also been cycling through many other phases. Florally, we have cycled through crocus, daffodils, tulips, lilac, wisteria, iris, rose, day lily, and hydrangea. Maritimely speaking, if seal-shark-orca is a food chain cycle, we are in its jaws. Heartbreakingly, we have cycled through the caterpillar-pupa-gypsy moth life cycle. In spring, caterpillars defoliated wide swaths of mid-Atlantic and Cape trees. Naturalists blame the devastation on the lack of moisture that is essential to grow a caterpillar-killing fungus. Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort blames it on Hillary Clinton. Last week’s theme was Girlsplash! And yes, the organizers trademarked the exclamation point before poor Jeb! even thought of it.

By Kate Clinton – Full Story at wbl

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Viceland Goes to Bear Week in Provincetown

Bear Week in Provincetown We’ve spent a lot of time at Bear Week in Provincetown so it is amusing to see a new VICELAND (Vice’s new TV channel) segment on the annual rendezvous. Calling it “a world of many contrasts,” reporter Thomas Morton (the hairless twink in the shot above) headed to Bear Week to dig down into the world of bear culture, find out about the lingo, and check out just what goes on in the pool at the Provincetown Inn. Says Morton: “The term bear once referred to a very specific type of gay man, particularly a big and hairy gay man. Over time bears have evolved into an entire family of gay men of various body types and hairinesses…”

By Andy Towle – Full Story at Towleroad.com

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18 Pearl – Gay Provincetown Vacation Rentals

18 Pearl Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Built in 1840 this newly renovated home just a five minutes walk distance from town center is gay owned and operated. This property is a perfect place to call home.
All units have private entrances and private bathroom, refrigerator, microwave oven, queen sized bed, coffee maker with a supply of coffee for all. We are located just a cross the street from Farland a local breakfast/lunch venue and grocery and liquor store.

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