The Tucker Inn is one of a handful of stately Second Empire Victorian Cottages found in Provincetown. Built in 1872 at the height of the whaling fortunes, it possesses the charm and intricacy of detail of that golden era. We keep the house gently restored, updating while retaining its heart in an earlier era.
We are a true bed and breakfast inn and our breakfasts go far beyond the ordinary: we consider the Tucker Inn to be a Gastro-Inn where we value our food as highly as we value our accommodations. Start your day with a chef crafted breakfast, engage (or not) with your fellow guests, and when fortified step out the front door into the center of town.
The house may be historic but our services aren’t: you can keep in touch through high speed internet, or chill out in our ample gardens. You are in the center of a thriving destination but in our peaceful gardens you will escape from it all.
We are on Center Street, right in the heart of Provincetown, literally steps away from all town attractions. Arrive by ferry and you are a five-minute walk from the inn. If you choose to drive, park your car and walk to the restaurants and nightlife.
We have an extended season: we open in April, once the cold has receded, and close after the New Year’s holiday.
Our mission is to give you a chance to relax and rejuvenate. We’re not into attitude here. We welcome people and their pets. It’s as simple as that.