Sage Inn, Provincetown, Massachusetts

The patio in front of Sage Inn.
Sage Inn in picturesque Provincetown.

Location, location, location!

Smack in the middle of Commercial Street, Provincetown’s bustling main drag, yet tucked away slightly down a narrow brick alleyway, is the well-situated Sage Inn. Lively bars, boutiques, restaurants, and galleries line Commercial St. in the heart of “Ptown.” And Sage is a relaxing oasis close to it all.

Rooms are small but many are newly renovated. Rates during the off-season range from $85 for a classic queen room to $130 for the premium guest room with a king-sized bed. Prices jump to $225-$300 during the summer season, when Cape Cod comes alive.

A beautifully landscaped brick patio, (including a living wall) out front is the perfect place to relax with a book on a comfy couch. One of the proprietors has some mad gardening skills.

Travel & Leisure dubbed gay-friendly Provincetown as one of America’s Most Romantic Towns and for good reason. It simply brims with charm and the harbor and beaches are the ultimate in picturesque.

The Sage Lounge is open year round and offers hand-crafted cocktails infused with herbs & fresh fruit as well as small plates ideal for a light dinner or dessert. Think lobster sliders, a meza trio with grilled pita, parmesan fries with truffle oil, or the ubiquitous Cape Cod clam chowder.

Sage is a popular spot for weddings, conferences, and other events like the upcoming Valentine’s Weekend four-course dinner or the hands-on cooking class with Sage’s award-winning chef Lucio Garnica and pastry chef, Alana Garnica.

Sage Inn
336 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA 02657
(508) 487-6424

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