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The Black Pearl Inn
Bed and Breakfast

Provincetown, (Cape Cod Area) Massachusetts 

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A sea captain's house, originally built in the mid-1800's by Captain Higgins, the Black Pearl Inn has been fully renovated and refurbished.

Offering serene, inviting rooms decorated by local Cape Cod Artists.

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We use Webervations so you can book your room immediately.

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Our secluded hot tub is just one of the great amenities available at the Black Pearl Inn.

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It is a wonderful place for wedding ceromonies!


  • Dogs Welcome ($10 per night for 1 dog)
  • Parking Available
  • Air Conditioning
  • Private Bathrooms
  • Fireplaces with choice of Duraflame logs or wood
  • TV/VCR
  • Hot Tub
  • Continental Breakfasts
  • Friends of Bill welcome
  • German and Spanish spoken here

This beuatiful guest house is located near the center of town and easy walking distance to the harbor beachs, gallery district and nightlife spots.

An historic fishing port, Provincetown is situated at the tip of Cape Cod in an area of spectacular natural beauty, surrounded by miles of dunes and beaches. Provincetown has a diverse and singular history. The Pilgrims first landed in Provincetown in 1620, and signed the Mayflower Compact, a declaration of self-determination and radical thought that characterizes the history and people of Provincetown, even today. Provincetown has been home to sailors, pirates, fisherman, painters, and authors for centuries.

In the 1800s Provincetown, with the largest and safest natural harbor on the New England coast, was one of the greatest and busiest sea ports in the country. The rich texture of cultural, period, and social influences has produced a sense of place that is uniquely Provincetown. These special qualities have, for over a century, attracted the artists, tourists, and bohemians that have blended with the local population and produced the community's character. Provincetown is truly like nowhere else.

Much of Provincetown’s social and commercial enterprises are found on Commercial Street which runs parallel to the harbor shoreline. Here, you’ll find an abundance of eclectic shops from antiques to art galleries, from handcrafted jewelry and clothing, to interior design items to marine surplus. Provincetown shops have unique treasures for everyone and every pocketbook. It’s a mile long shopper’s paradise with shops and galleries like nowhere else.

Rates: $69.00 - $220.00 (Depending on Season)

High-Season - New Years Eve, New Years Day, Memorial Day Weekend, June 24 through September 15.

Mid-Season - May 1 through june 23 and September 16 through October 31, except Memorial Day Weekend.

Off Season - November 1 through April 30, except New Years Eve and New Years Day.

Stay for a full week receive 10% off
Mid week rates
Off season stay 3 nights and get 10% night off (EXCEPT HOLIDAY WEEKENDS)

Minimum Stays
Weekends in July & August - 4 nights
Memorial Day Weekend - 3 nights
Fourth of July & Carnival Week - 7 nights
Labor Day Weekend - 4 nights
Women's week - 4 nights
New Year weekend - 3 nights

Gift Certificates Available

The Black Pearl Inn
Bed and Breakfast

11 & 18 Pearl Street
Provincetown, Massachusetts  02657 

Fax: 508-487-0302
Email: reservations@theblackpearlinn.com
Homepage: www.theblackpearlinn.com
Innkeepers: Guy Plourde & Luis Vargas

  Hits Since 12/03/07

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