Inn at The Moors

A great Provincetown, MA lodging and motel inn with endless views of sand, sea, and sky.

Contact Us

View from a Second Floor Room DeckInn at The Moors
59 Provincelands Road
Provincetown, MA 02657
Telephone: 508.487.1342
Toll free: 800.842.6379
Email: info@innatthemoors.com
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When to Visit

The Inn is open May 19 - October 27 in 2013.

Events of Interest

You'll want to make reservations as soon as possible for wildly popular special events like:
Single Women's Weekend (May)
Women of Color Weekend (June, First Weekend)
Memorial Day Weekend (End of May)
Provincetown Film Festival (Mid June)
Independence Day Weekend (July 4th Weekend)
Girl Splash (End of July)
Carnival Week (Mid August)
Labor Day Weekend (End of Summer)
Women's Week (Mid October)
Round Up (October)
Girl Power Events, Every Friday and Saturday at the Pied Bar all summer long.

Summertime Weather

July and August is generally beautiful, with daytime temps in the 80's and nighttime temps in the 70's. The ocean is normally 65 to 70 degrees in the summer; bayside swimming is always warmer than taking a dip in the Atlantic. Out at the Inn at The Moors, we have no problems when land temps reach 90 degrees because we're situated on the moors with nice breezes.

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Off-season

From mid-May through June and from September through October, air temps range from the 60s to 70s. What's the best part of off-season? You can get exceptional days that feel just like summer—without the crowds.

About the Inn and Us

The inn, formerly called The Moors Motel, was built in the 1950s by a local Portuguese family who also built the famous (and now defunct) Moors Restaurant. Proprietors Diane and Loretta have owned the property since 1992. When they retired from their respective teaching and nursing careers in 2002, they moved (with their cat Bob) into a newly constructed penthouse on property. Off-season, they reside in Brookline, Massachusetts. Keep up to date with the Innkeepers by reading Bob's Blog.