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Prince Albert Guest House

In Provincetown, Massachusetts
Welcome To

Prince Albert Guest House

In Provincetown, Massachusetts
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Prince Albert Guest House and Apartments

Welcome to the Prince Albert family of accommodations in Provincetown.  With our three locations, The Prince Albert Guest House, The Prince Albert Heritage House and The Prince Albert Rose, we offer individual guest rooms, intimate 1 to 3 bedroom apartments and a large 8 bedroom single family home.  Whether you are here for business or pleasure, you are sure to find the right accommodations for your stay.  Choose to stay with us and we'll take care of the rest.

About the Inn

The Prince Albert Guest House is a historic 1860's Sea Captain's home, located near the heart of beautiful in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The guest house has been fully restored and includes all the modern hotel amenities needed to create a luxurious bed and breakfast on the tip of scenic Cape Cod. We welcome short and extended stays. And, we're the perfect location for small parties, anniversaries, and weddings.

Our location gives you easy access to the many attractions Provincetown has to offer. We're walking distance to the coastline of Provincetown Harbor, and a short distance to the nationally known beaches of Cape Cod National Seashore. And, if you prefer in-town activities, we convenient to Provincetown's great restaurants, stimulating art galleries, and fantastic night life.

Prince Albert Guest House has been a welcome getaway for over 130 years and has earned the title of Provincetown's Crown Jewel. It's been said by many a passerby, and by our numerous repeat guests, that we have the best location in Provincetown to simply relax and watch the world drift by. Come visit us, today. We look forward to meeting you.

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About Provincetown

Provincetown (P-Town) is a scenic coastal town located on the northern tip of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Provincetown is where the Mayflower Compact was originally signed. Today, the city is well-known for its diversity and openness.

Provincetown is easily accessible by plane, boat, and auto. If you're in a hurry and choose to fly in, you can can take one of the regular Cape Air  flights in from Boston Logan International Airport (BOS). If you have more time, you can relax and enjoy a 90-minute ferry ride, courtesy of Bar Harbor Cruises or  Bay State Cruise Company. Of course, you can always drive to P-Town. Keep in mind that traffic can be a nightmare during our busy season, and parking in town can be very difficult.

Note that, when you stay at Prince Albert Guest House, you have the option of reserving one of our convenient parking locations. For more information on all that Provincetown has to offer, give us call. We'll be glad to help you in any way we can.


Rooms and Amenities


Breakfast includes deep pocket Belgian Waffles, gourmet coffee, and fresh fruits.

Each unique room includes a private bathroom, ceiling fan, and spacious windows. Our new 2 bed / 2  bath waterfront condo has too many  amenities to list here.

We have parking spaces available at reasonable rates for our valued guests.

Things to Do

Cape Cod and Provincetown have numerous activities and attractions that will make your visit to the area unforgettable. For example, the Cape Code area is a world-class destination for whale watching (and seal watching). Here, you can enjoy one of the daily excursions offered by the area's tour guides. Whale watching season begins in April and ends in late October. During the summer months, Humpbacks, Finbacks, Minkes can be seen, along with Atlantic White-Sided dolphin.

No trip to P-Town would be complete without visiting the Pilgrim Monument. Built in 1907 to commemorate the Mayflower's arrival in 1692, the 252-foot tower offers a breathtaking view of Provincetown are the surrounding areas. And, don't forget to stop by the adjacent Provincetown Museum, designed to celebrate the Mayflower Pilgrim's arrival to the New World.

And, finally, do not miss the opportunity to stroll along Commercial Street when visiting Provincetown. The colorful, creative, charming throughfare is filled with diverse restaurants, unique art galleries, beautiful homes, and, of course, fascinating people. And, you'll have easy access to waterfront locations, such as MacMillan Pier and Provincetown Causeway.

Contact us for more information on the many attractions P-Town has to offer.

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Specials and Packages

Add value to your stay at Prince Albert Guest House. Check out our Specials and Packages page for our current offers. We regularly change our offerings, so check back often to avoid missing any of our excellent deals.

And, if you have any special requests related to your stay with us, simply add your request to your booking, and we'll follow up with you!


We had another wonderful stay at the Prince Albert just after Labor Day. Paul is a great host, fun to visit with and has a wealth of suggestions to make sure you get the most from your stay. We were very impressed with all the COVID protocols, and felt totally safe and relaxed the whole time. Breakfast is now pre-ordered off a menu with lots of options, and you can enjoy it in your room or on the best-in-Ptown front patio. Rooms aren't serviced during your stay but as always, Trish makes sure they're spotless when you arrive and is ready to help with any extras you need while you're there. Ptown itself is doing great. The mask ordinance has 99.99% compliance, it's easy to find outdoor dining options (those heaters do come in handy some nights), and the shopping, beach and beautiful light and scenery can't be beat. This was our first getaway since March, and we can't say enough about what a great time we had!
Another great getaway! ptuch, Trip Advisor
If only our stay could've been longer! I loved the Price Albert Guest House. It's in a superb location, is a beautiful house and our room was exceedingly comfortable. The best thing about the house though is the owner, Paul. He was wonderfully welcoming, always on hand to help with anything we requested and could recommend so much to see and do in Provincetown. His service, and that of his other staff, is what's going to bring us back to Provincetown to stay at the Prince Albert Guest House. Can't recommend enough!
Perfect place in Provincetown! George B, Trip Advisor
This was my first time visiting Provincetown and I stayed at this guesthouse. I have to say the location was really great, it wasn't really in the central part of town which helped to avoid the crowds but everything was within walking distance and moving around was very easy and straightforward. I stayed in Room 3 which is on the 2nd floor. Paul was absolutely great and so helpful! It has all the amenities that one would need and breakfast was included. I particularly loved the couches in the front of the guesthouse. I was traveling alone and I met some pretty interesting and fun people who were all guests at the guesthouse. It made the whole travel experience all the more interesting and fun. I would definitely stay here the next time I go back to Ptown and I highly recommend it if you want to visit this lovely, charming little place.
Great little guest house with a great staff and very well located! ipsray, Trip Advisor