Inn at The Moors
59 Provincelands Road
Provincetown, MA 02657
Driving from Boston to Provincetown (120 miles) takes about 2.5 hours unless you hit traffic getting out of Boston or get stuck in a bottleneck crossing the Cape Cod Canal. The absolute worst traffic comes on Friday evenings and Saturday afternoons on holiday and summer weekends. Otherwise, it's an easy ride on good roads and there are plenty of places to stop along the way for gas and food.
From Boston by Car
Take I-93 South to Route 3 South to the Sagamore Bridge and onto Cape Cod, where it becomes Route 6 East (aka the Mid-Cape Highway).
From New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island by Car
Take I-95 North to I-195 North to Cape Cod over the Bourne Bridge to Route 6 East.
Once You've Reached Provincetown
Resist the temptation to turn into town. Be patient until you see the brown National Park sign for Province Lands; look for it on the right after about three miles. The road ahead bears left for 3/4 of a mile. At the intersection of route 6A, do not turn left; continue straight a short distance to find the "Inn at The Moors" on your left and the waterside on your right.
From Boston by Ferry
There are two competing services, the Bay State Cruise Co. and Boston Harbor Cruises that cost about the same price ($70 roundtrip for the fast ferry). The fast ferry only takes 90 minutes, but the slower ferry (only offered by Bay State Cruises) only costs about $33 round-trip. Once at Provincetown's MacMillan Wharf, you'll catch the shuttle bus or take a taxi to Inn at The Moors
From Boston by Bus
Plymouth and Brockton buses depart from South Station (Red Line). It's a nice ride but it takes about 3.5 hours and makes a lot of stops; approximate cost is $60 round-trip.
From Boston by Air
Cape Air (with 12-seater planes) from Logan International Airport costs about $200 round trip and takes about 20 minutes. Taxis from the airport cost about $5 per person.
Getting Around in Provincetown
It's easy because Provincetown is only three miles long. The summertime shuttle bus only costs $1 and you can flag it down anywhere on Bradford Street or at MacMillian Wharf. It goes right by our door and to Herring Cove Beach. For $4 per person you can take a taxi anywhere in town. Bicycling is also a popular means of transport and rentals are available nearby.
Leaving Cape Cod
Traffic is a nightmare after holiday weekends and on Sundays in July and August. Leave in the early morning or late afternoon to avoid back-ups at the bridges. Or better yet, stay an extra night.