I spent a week here from January 31st to February 7th. There was record snowfall during my visit, but I didn't mind at all. That's because this spacious unit had everything--I didn't need to go out.
The kitchen was spacious, and the appliances were all in tip-top shape. It looked like the refrigerator was brand new! Downstairs in the basement is a large room with a washer and dryer, and a table-tennis table.
The king sized bed on the 3rd floor was HUGE. The shower on the third floor was large enough to fit 2 persons with room to spare, so you can both start the day squeaky-clean at the same time. The monument views from the unit are lovely. And even though it's right off route six, there was no traffic noise. I never slept so well. The bed was confortable, and there was no problem with the heat or electricity, despite record setting winds and low temperatures.
Everything was nearby. I had a massage at the Shui Sps (90 minute warm stone massage. It was HEAVEN! Ask for 'bobby' if you make an appointment, he's been my massage guy for the past 4 years of winter vacations), had dinner at NAPI'S restaurant (which also has great gluten free options!). Brunch at Fannizi's, and a Superbown party at the Wave Bar were highlights of the trip.
But, back to the unit. The rooms and hallways were in beautiful bold colors, and the third floor bedroom has a glass sliding door and a balcony with table and chairs outside. (I didn't take advantage of this due to the blizzard) Parking for 2 vehicles, free wifi, and a fully stocked kitchen rounded out this over-sized unit.
As fun as Provincetown is during the summer, seeing it in the dead of winter holds a special beauty and magic all its own. I will be sure to return to this unit next year, again, for my February vacation.
A special shout out to Bea and Mike from Pat Shultz Realty who got me keys to the unit very quickly when I accidentally locked myself out on a very cold day. Thanks for the prompt service and making everything so darn easy.