Revere Guest House
Revere Guest House
The Revere House is a beautifully restored colonial house located in the heart of Provincetown nestled between Commercial and Bradford Streets.
The charm and ambience of the nineteenth century prevails throughout all rooms of this historic home. Antique furniture creates an endearing atmosphere, while modern amenities provide the comforts of a true luxury accommodation.
Our guests always fall in love with our common room where one can soak up the sun and relax in comfort, listen to music, or maybe read a new book. It is a great place to socialize and meet others, or to just sit by the fire and keep warm on those cold fall days.
Take a step outside to the patio in the private garden and spend the morning enjoying our complimentary continental breakfast including Starbuck's coffee, Tazo tea, orange juice, home baked goodies served with various jams, fresh bagels, english muffins, breads, yogurts, and of course, fresh fruit depending upon the season.
Walk up to the deck and view the bay or take in panoramic views of the west end of town.
Just a half block from Spiritus Pizza and right around the corner from the famous Boatslip, the Revere House is one of the most convenient guest houses to all the main attractions and activities Provincetown has to offer.
Amenities: Air conditioning
Toll Free Number: 800-487-2292
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Known For: Breakfasts; luxury; personal touch; antiques; location;
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