The Revere Guest House
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The Revere House is a beautifully restored colonial house located in the heart of Provincetown nestled between Commercial and Bradford Streets. Our guests always fall in love with our common room where one can soak up the sun and relax in comfort, listen to music, or maybe read a new book. It is a great place to socialize and meet others, or to just sit by the fire and keep warm on those cold fall days.
Take a step outside to the patio in the private garden and spend the morning enjoying our complimentary continental breakfast.
The Revere House is one of the most convenient guest houses to all the main attractions and activities Provincetown has to offer. Spend your time as you wish, be it relaxing on the beach, taking a personal shopping spree, visiting art galleries, or dining out. Then, come back from a day of play to spend a relaxing afternoon or evening in our heated spa. Walk up to the deck and view the bay or take in panoramic views of the west end of town.
The charm and ambience of the nineteenth century prevails throughout all rooms of this historic home. Antique furniture creates an endearing atmosphere, while modern amenities provide the comforts of a true luxury accommodation.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Gary Palochko for sharing his own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Conveniently located in a wonderful seaside resort on Cape Cod
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
Cleanliness, historic home that was featured on HGTV, If Walls Could Talk, a lot of original character from the nineteenth century.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
World famous beaches and sand dunes
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
We get compliments about the attention to details about the design and layout and its authentic New England feel.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
That it is a little bit of heaven at the tip of Cape Cod.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
Swimming, Biking, dune tours, whale watching, shopping
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
We are ½ block from the main street called "Commercial Street". This is where all restaurants, shops and entertainment is located.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Provincetown has a lot of great restaurants. Highly Recommend the Red Inn.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference? How many rooms does your inn have?
We have 6 guest rooms, one two room suite and a one bedroom apartment> 4 rooms have fireplaces and 2 have whirlpool tubs. All rooms have a private bath.
Do you accept pets?
The History of the Revere House
The Revere House, located at 14 Court Street, is noted on local maps as early as 1836. The house was erected at the height of Provincetown's reign as a thriving fishing port. Thought originally to be built as a Captain's home, the site was owned in 1880 by J. Rogers. A directory for 1886 states Joseph Berry, a fisherman, as the Home's resident. By 1907, the house had changed hands to Mr. A. King. It is now under the proud ownership of Gary A. Palochko, a "New Englander" at heart, born and raised in Connecticut. Since the late 1960's, the house has been operated as an Inn to accommodate the many visitors that come to Provincetown each year to enjoy this small New England town and relax in the classic, charming atmosphere.
The Revere House was totally remodeled over the winter of 2004. Throughout its renovation, great care was made to ensure that none of the original historic nineteenth century character was lost. Today, the Revere House offers the perfect blend of historic charm and modern luxury that we're sure you'll want to come back to year after year. The Revere House was recently featured on HGTV's "If Walls Could Talk". Hidden treasures from the 1860's found in the walls during renovation give insight into the lives of the original owner.