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This area may have travel restrictions related to COVID-19.
3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, sleeps 6
Each bedroom is on its own floor--giving guests a nice sense of privacy. The bedrooms are full of original art and fun things from around the world. Each bedroom has special features--including a window seat in one, a study in another, and a cozy sofa another. Mattresses are pillow-top.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 60 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children not allowed - Not suitable for children under 14Not suitable for children under 14
No pets - Rental tenants are not allowed to bring any petsRental tenants are not allowed to bring any pets
No events - Mellow roofdeck events are fineMellow roofdeck events are fine
Max guests: 6
Minimum age of primary renter: 30 - Age of primary renter must be at least 29Age of primary renter must be at least 29
- Quiet hours are from 11 pm - 9 am. Please refrain from making any noise that could bother other occupants.
- Please sign and return the Rental Agreement
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Cleaned with disinfectant
There's no place on earth like Provincetown. It's where the Pilgrims first discovered the New World...a very old New England fishing village...a vibrant community of classical artists, inspired writers, and audacious drag queens...a vacation mecca for everyone...a place that combines the sophistication of an urban village (with many wonderful restaurants, galleries & cultural events) with breathtaking beaches, dunes, forests & moors. It's constantly changing and full of surprises. It's an especially wonderful place for gay and lesbian people to vacation...where you can just be yourself.
Other Activities: Tea Dance, Art Galleries, Dune Tours, Funky Stores, Provincetown Monument
About Jonathan Rotenberg
I have been traveling to Provincetown every summer since the year I was born. Provincetown and Cape Cod are very special to me. I feel unbelievably blessed to be able to have a home in such a beautiful, quiet location.
Jonathan Rotenberg purchased this townhome in 1996
Why Jonathan Rotenberg chose Provincetown
I looked at more than 30 properties over the course of 2 years. What is really remarkable about this location is that you don't need a car—everything is within a short walk or bike ride. And yet, you also feel far away from everything. It's a very quiet Street and the condo is located close to Shankpainter Pond.
What makes this townhome unique
The condo is amazingly well designed for adults on vacation. Each guest (or couple) gets their own private floor of the building. The living room, kitchen & dining area are on the top level, affording gorgeous views of the Provincetown Monument and Provincetown Harbor. The most delightful surprise, though, is the expansive roof deck. Except when the foliage is in full bloom, you can see all the way to Race Point Beach in one direction; Shankpainter Pond in another; and Provincetown (and the Harbor) in another.