Provincetown Vacation Rentals

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Make Provincetown your next getaway

Boasting myriad beaches, an active nightlife scene, and a gay-friendly vibe, Provincetown, Massachusetts, on the tip of Cape Cod is a summer playground for well-heeled Northeasterners. P-town, as it's lovingly known, has long held a place in popular culture - it's been the setting for at least two mystery novels - and with a bustling downtown and a relaxed populace, you're sure to have the time of your lives at one of our Provincetown vacation rentals. 

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Provincetown vacation rentals for every getaway

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The Lighthouse
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

The Lighthouse - Provincetown, MA

$277 avg / night
Sunset Serenade
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Sunset Serenade - Provincetown, MA

$196 avg / night
Bay Colony Vista
2 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Bay Colony Vista - Provincetown, MA

$285 avg / night
West End Cottage
2 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

West End Cottage - Provincetown, MA

$284 avg / night
Private and Modern Retreat
2 Bedroom | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 4

Private and Modern Retreat - Provincetown, MA

$317 avg / night

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Recent Provincetown vacation rental reviews

Perfect for our trip to P-town. Close to everything. We would definitely book 42 Franklin again.
Edward B. | Feb 2024
I am a Travel nurse that needed a safe last minute stay in Provincetown ! The stay was peaceful, clean, & cozy! I Will definitely rent again in the future! There was More than enough room me. The Amenities came in handy! There was More than enough towels. The directions for both check in and check out were perfect and easy to follow! If you are thinking about it, Don't second guess this one! Book now! You won’t regret it!
Courtney M. | Feb 2024
Great location. Clean unit in quiet end of town. Wonderful water views. Would return in the off-season for a quiet retreat. Would imagine summer months are not as serene here. Unit was clean and well maintained. Very easy to find and parking was a breeze. Furniture was a bit dated as are the applicances but they are functional. Minor maintenance issues prevented me from giving this a 5 star rating. Those can be easily fixed if desired. Over all a nice unit to escape to.
Pat C. | Jan 2024
Provincetown vacation rental FAQ

Yes, 23 of our Provincetown homes allow dogs—so feel free to bring Fido along. (Just make sure to check individual home listings for any limits on the number and size of dogs they allow).

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Yes. 100 of our Provincetown vacation rentals have internet access, so you can stay connected throughout your trip.

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Some of the most popular amenities in our Provincetown vacation rentals include:

Our standard check-in time is 4:00 p.m., and the check-out time is 10:00 a.m. Some exceptions apply—after you book, you’ll find check-in and check-out details in the Vacasa guest app or your Trip Manager.

Absolutely. Our local Provincetown team includes professional housekeepers who care for all our homes here. They’ll clean thoroughly and restock amenities, so everything is ready for your arrival—and all you have to do is settle in and relax.

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No worries, plans change. Read over our cancellation policy for more information. And if you currently have a Vacasa reservation for Provincetown, log in to Trip Manager to see options available for your specific trip.

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Provincetown beaches

Provincetown is at the tip of the Cape, and benefits from light breezes and gentle waves due to its isolated location. Town beaches are usually swamped in the summer, due to the population explosion, but secluded spots can still be found. Race Point Beach, on the Cape Cod National Seashore, has a wide swath of sand and a surfing section, too. Herring Cove Beach is popular with the LGBT community, and Breakwater Beach boasts places to hike as well as gather shellfish.  

Things to do in Provincetown

Like other towns along the seashore, Provincetown boasts many historic sites and cultural attractions. The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, which commemorates the Mayflower landing, is a must-see for first timers. Head to the top of the monument, the tallest granite structure in the country, for a picturesque view of the town. The museum boasts exhibits about the town's history, arts, and culture. The former military post of Long Point, on a peninsula in Provincetown harbor, features a lighthouse built in 1827 and a secluded beach far from the madding crowds. Race Point Lighthouse and Wooden End Lighthouse both offer great spots for peaceful reflection, although the former requires a bit of a trek to get to. 

Provincetown arts and culture

The Provincetown Art Museum celebrated its centennial in 2014 and features more than 3,000 works of abstract and contemporary art from 700 local and international artists. As a long-established, world-renowned artists' colony, many art galleries dot Provincetown, from the heart of Commercial Street, the town's main thoroughfare, to the side streets. Rice-Pollak Gallery and Adam Peck Gallery are two of the most popular. More than 200 local businesses belong to the Provincetown Business Guild, formed in 1978 to promote LGBT tourism, and each year, PBG's Carnival Week attracts thousands of gay singles and couples from around the globe. The Provincetown International Film Festival, which awards indie filmmakers and actors, draws film buffs of all ages. Many local residents, such as director John Waters, are an active part of the festival scene.

Day trips from Provincetown

Its strategic location at the tip of Cape Cod means you'll hit many other quaint coastal towns on your way home. After you depart your cozy Provincetown vacation rental, head through the Cape Cod International Seashore to explore the rest of the lovely coastline. To the south lie the towns of Eastham, Harwich, and Chatham, all boasting lighthouses, mom-and-pop shops and tranquil beaches. Take a ferry from Harwich Port to the tony islands of Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard, both meccas for celebrities and politicians. To the north lies Boston and Providence, Rhode Island, known for their dining, nightlife and lovely green spaces. 

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