Patrick Janelle

Eben House

with Patrick Janelle agnp.co
  • Where:Provincetown, MA

  • Why:Annual 4th of July getaway with friends.

  • When:July 4th, 2018

  • Who:Me and a few of my closest friends.

Highs & Lows

  • The cozy rooms and historic feel of a classic B&B is met with thoughtful service and fun amenities.

  • Right in the middle of town. Close to all the restaurants and bars—but feels like a secluded getaway.

  • The breakfast nook is the best! The food options are extremely thoughtful and delicious.

    The Barometer

    • Design

    • Website

    • Life Changing

    • Plastic Free

    • Overall Value

    • Night's Sleep

    • Service

    • Amenities

    • Stealable Stuff

    • Refer a Friend

    Total: 43/50

    Important Bits

    • Type

      Boutique New England B&B.

    • Vibe

      Coastal, New England chic.

    • Location

      Right off the main drag, right in the thick of it.

    • Rooms

      The Inn has 14 rooms. Also on the property are the Residence (4 rooms), the Cottage (2 rooms), and the Studio (1 room). The Residence, Cottage, and Studio are private homes that are managed by the property—giving you an Airbnb-like experience with the comforts of hotel amenities.

    • Music

      Music fades to the background.

    • Year Opened

      2015

    • Designed By

      The house was built in 1776. One of the owners, Kevin O’Shea, designed the space. Local artist Michael Gredler painted all of the in-room art.

    • Pool/Gym

      A petite pool.

    • Restaurant

      There’s no restaurant on premises, but the room rate includes a decadent breakfast, served daily in the picturesque conservatory.

    • Bar

      The Honest Bar is an honesty bar at the pool. It moves indoors to the conservatory when it rains.

    • Minibar

      There are no in-room minibars.

    • Wifi

      Free WiFi!

    • Children

      Leave them.

    • Price

      Pricy and pampering during high season and chic and cheap during the off season.

    A must for a good cortado or cappucino.

    The Best coffee in town is at Kohi Coffee

    Kohi Coffee Company, Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, USA

    A must for a good cortado or cappucino.

    A hidden, candlelit-restaurant where the food is as tasty as the space is charming.

    Be sure to book dinner at Sal’s

    Sal's Place, Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA, USA

    A hidden, candlelit-restaurant where the food is as tasty as the space is charming.

     Go for a ride towards Race Point, where a series of bike trails take you through various little microclimates on the way to the ocean-facing beach.

    Rent bicycles

    Race Point, Provincetown, Provincetown, MA, USA

    Go for a ride towards Race Point, where a series of bike trails take you through various little microclimates on the way to the ocean-facing beach.

    Eben House

    Eben House, Bradford Street, Provincetown, MA, USA

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