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Foxberry Inn in Provincetown, MA

Foxberry Inn in Provincetown, MA


The Foxberry Inn is an intimate 12 room inn located in Provincetown's west-end with views of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Herring Cove and Ptown's center are less then a mile in either direction. "The Fox" is the best of both worlds, soothing quiet and relaxing with the dynamic and artistic energy of downtown P'Town. Whatever your preference you're sure to find it here. Your stay will include a daily extended continental breakfast with a wonderful hot dish as well as muffins, yogurts, scones, tea's and coffee. All rooms have private baths, Serta Presidential Pillow top beds, flat screen tvs, refridgerators and coffee makers. The main house is open to the guests from 8:00am to 9:00pm with many common areas for socializing.  Plenty of parking for guests.


Established in 2010.

The  motel was originally called Bill White's Motel which was built by Bill White in 1975. A family owned business it was pretty much a well kept but very basic motel.  The new owner John Gagliardi, who was the previous owner of the Copper Fox guest house, purchased the property March of 2010 and immediately renovateded all the rooms and opened the main house for all the guests to use and enjoy. It is now part of the Distinctive Inns of Provincetown.


Company Info:

Rating: 5.00

Address: 29 Bradford St Ext, Provincetown, MA, 02657
  • Mon: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tue: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wed: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thu: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Fri: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Sun: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Comments (10):

1. Nicholas M.
My girlfriend and I were in Ptown for a wedding and took the bride's recommendation to make a reservation at the Foxberry Inn for our one night stay. Our stay was one of those few experiences that make you want to go out of your way to recommend this place to others, so we took an oath to make sure to review them on Yelp, and to find an excuse to come back to Provincetown so that we could stay again.

We arrived in the afternoon--Joe, the clerk, was extremely friendly, the room was bright and clean, and the shower had great water pressure. Joe help me get my shoes polished, and got us first aid for a cut toe from a shell on the beach. Before we headed out for the ceremony we passed through their cozy little dining room for coffee and tea.

Even though we were going to a brunch the morning after the ceremony, we were so tempted by the spread (which included eggs, pancakes, cereal, fruit, baked goods...) that we decided to share a scone, muffin, hard-boiled egg and coffee anyway. The clerk grabbed us a basket so that we carry everything outside to sit on their Adirondack chairs and enjoy the weather and view of the neighborhood.

A beautiful and comfortable place. The staff were so friendly I'd kind of like to go back to hang out with them. Just a wonderful experience.

28/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. vahlen e.
From the initial phone call - when I called to inquire about the rooms - I already heard the sunshine in John's voice.  I'm very particular about the hotels I stay in, rule number one - must have duvets!  I mean really, hotels that don't have duvets, what year are you living in?!  It's so last season!!!  Seriously though - have they every watched that 20/20 special where they took out that black light thing and showed all the gross stuff that comforters hold?  And um, the whole beg bug thing - come on!  Get with the program and get duvets!  Anyway, the photos of the hotel looked quite lovely so we were quick to make a decision and stay here.

Off the beaten path, ok not really, I just wanted to say that.  However it's not right in town with I actually found nice.  It's walking distance, but a good walk.  I liked how it was out in the quiet, and closer to the natural part of PTown.  The outside seating areas were so inviting, with the warm pillows, benches and sun chairs.  The reception area was very cute, reminded me of a place I always want to visit.  You know, like auntie's house, who had cookies baking and a warm fire.  We met John and he is so friendly.  His smile and laughter is very addicting and made us feel at home in a NY minute.  After a few cookies and a diet coke (yes, diet), he took us to our room.  OMG!  Are you kidding?  This is the cutest ever!  EVAH!  The deco was simple and sweet.  Very clean - I love that!  The attention to detail was noticed and appreciated.  Our most favorite part -  the bed is to die for.  I'm not sure what mattress is in there but I'm pretty sure it's close to heaven!  We still to this day think (and miss) the best sleep we ever had - ever.

The second best thing, which is only maybe one very small point away from the bed, is the breakfast spread.  I mean seriously with the home made quiche?!  

Both Johns were so lovely and helpful.  Directions, recommendation, even beach towels...  whatever we asked for, they we quick to help, always with a touch of sunshine.  It is people like them that need to fill this world more so that we all can enjoy even the simple things in life.

Thank you Johns for an amazing stay!

26/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Michael T.
This is a great find. The rooms are nicely appointed With a nice p,ace to sit out to enjoy the ocean breeze. The breakfast room is Charing and there are delicious snacks, fruit, and beverages available all day. The owner is charming and all of the staff polite.

02/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Tom C.
What a little gem! Very clean, very reasonable, and from what I saw the best continental breakfast in PTown.

I recently spent 4 days in Provincetown for a wedding and the only hiccup was checking into our original flea-bag B&B. I'm debating writing a review so I won't name names yet, but it was very cheap and their website totally misleading.

We were running late for dinner and totally shocked by the accommodations to say anything right away, but by the time we rendezvoused with the rest of our party our minds were made up. We HAD to move. There was no room at the Inn our party was at, but without blinking an eye they offered to check around for us and that is when the Foxberry came into our lives.

The new owners are looking forward to their first full season at this location and really haven't put the Foxberry on the "digital map" so to speak, so it never came up in our searches but I'm sure that will change soon enough. The owners did a great job renovating this old beach motel. The rooms are cozy, contemporary, and clean! Every morning they put out a continental spread that includes the best scones I've ever had. Either cheesy eggs or pancakes with sausage links, juice, greek and regular yogurt, more pastries, cereals, hard boiled eggs... the rest of the party that were staying at the fancy swank hotel around the corner that has a top kitchen only got muffins and were muy jealous of our find (and at over $75+ a night cheaper they should be!)

23/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Aline O.
From making the reservation to checkout, my experience was amazing. My best friend and I were making last minute plans and hitting No Vacancies after another. Now, that seems like a blessing disguise. We finally found the Foxberry Inn. Upon arrival we were pleased to fined the more than welcoming owner (John), a beautiful guest house with plenty of food and drink (that are  included with the hotel charge - off the bat this differentiated from all other hotels/inns I have ever stayed at) and a beautiful and cozy room. Even though we were checking out at the assigned time, John still let us borrow beach chairs for one last day out. Fantastic service and amenities. Close enough to Commercial Street for a night on the town, but far enough for peace and quiet to enjoy the Cape! Definitely going back next time I'm in the area!

30/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Jamie M.
Loved this place. John and his staff made sure everything was perfect. Delicious breakfast each morning--from cereals to frittatas, everything was freshly made with love!!!  Snacks and sodas always on hand. Lovely sitting areas, inside and out. Clean rooms with fridge, TV etc. Plenty of parking. We were thrilled with the Inn, and especially the great service. Truly felt like we were staying with friends.

09/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Ron M.
We weren't expecting to stay here, but we screwed up our booking at another hotel, and the proprietor arranged for us to stay at the Foxberry for the first night.
We were pleasantly surprised. The owners were very friendly and made is feel right at home. The room was nice and we'll-kept, and the bed was very comfortable (we needed that after the long drive here).
Breakfast was wonderful, and there was plenty of it. I can heartily recommend staying here.

30/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Jenna D.
A group of 13 of us stayed here after a 200-mile relay road race and were more than pleased.

We were able to check in early where John and his staff were more than happy to help up. The snacks and coffee in the main room were great surprised after (literally) running on 2 hours of sleep.

The 7 rooms we rented were awesome and a perfect place to relax after being on our feet for 30+ hours.

The homemade breakfast in the morning was the perfect finishing touch. Anything we could imagine-- pancakes, eggs, sausage, yogurt, fruit, bagels, scones, cereal-- was prepared fresh and it was a great way to start the day.

Planning on staying here again and recommending to all my friends staying in P-Town!

11/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Epi I.
We stayed here recently and I have to say it was the best decision to stay here instead of staying in one of the other B&B's closer to Commercial street.  Was very reasonable.  John, the manager, was very friendly and accommodating from the moment we checked in.  

We couldn't have asked for a better breakfast every morning.  Cliff (I think was his name) ensured our most important meal of the day was ready for us every morning.  Had continental breakfast items and hot breakfast items too like eggs and sausage and pancakes.  All freshly prepared by Cliff.  Cliff was also very friendly and welcoming.  The room was small but very nice.  John definitely thought about every detail.  Room's decor was modern.  TV inside the room wasn't HD (maybe just our room).  Air conditioner unit in room was a bit loud but didn't keep me awake.  From Foxberry Inn you're walking distance to the beach and to Commercial street.

If you choose this B&B, you will not be disappointed.  Do keep in mind from the ferry station, you'll need to take a cab to the Foxberry Inn which will cost $7 per person.  You can also take the shuttle for $2 per person.  It's located in a parking lot to the left of the pier as you're walking to downtown.

06/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
10. Gab B.
As noted on a previous review below, I was a part of a group of 13 people running the Ragnar Relay on the Cape (200 miles) that chose to stay at the Foxberry Inn again after such an amazing experience last year.

I tell everyone I know that if they need a bed & breakfast on the Cape, that the Foxberry is your answer. The beds are phenomenal, the breakfast is out of this world and most importantly, the owner, John is so hospitable and welcoming.

Do not hesitate to book a night or three here!

11/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0