Fairbanks Inn

90% love it
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Popular women's inn in a beautifully restored captain's house
Mingle with P-town history at Fairbanks Inn as you lounge in the generous-sized rooms, get some sun on one of the many outdoor patios, or sit and chat with proprietors Kathleen and Alicia.


    • Ncsrainbow
      Ncsrainbow Over a year ago
      Hates it

      I hate being called a liar!!!
      I will have to admit this is a nice place to stay. Unfortunately, I was hit up with a $250 cleaning bill because they say I smoked in my room,. After contacting them several times, I was still practically called a liar. I am a very respectable and honest person and I don't appreciate it. I smoked in the smoking area where I was told it was okay. So beware of their policies. No matter what I say they still say that I went against their rules. I would never stay there again and I wouldn't recommend anyone to unless you want to possibly have unwarranted charges on your card.

    • cappyl
      cappyl Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Oasis in Provincetown
      We just had a wonderful stay at this Provincetown gem of a B&B. This was our third visit in the past 3 years. We can't imagine staying anywhere else. Our innkeepers, Alicia and Kathy, couldn't be more friendly and helpful. Our beautifully appointed room was comfortable and spotless. The breakfast buffet was delicious with plenty of choices. The location can't be beat. The Inn is right in the center of town, but away from the noise of Commercial Street. They have free parking which we found hard to find at other accomodations in the center of town. The Fairbanks Inn is now our P-town place. We'll be back.

    • Lin533
      Lin533 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Just Perfect
      My partner and I have stayed at the Fairbanks Inn three times and we give it the best rating possible. It is very easy to make reservations through their website or by phone. . The Inn is everything they say it is and more. The rooms are clean and have everything you need to make your stay enjoyable, including free wireless Internet access. Both of the owners, Kathleen and Alicia, are on hand every day. In the morning they serve homemade breakfast and they are available throughout the day in case you need anything. They even had beach chairs and umbrellas to lend us so we could go to the beach. Sometimes we just like to relax at the Inn so we sit on their deck (The Seagull's Nest) to read and bask in the sun. The location couldn't be better. It is located one block away from Commercial Street, near the center of town. We take advantage of this by making many trips to town and back to our room each day. It is nice to meet new people and engage in conversation in the morning at breakfast if you want to. In the afternoon they have delicious homemade chocolate chip cookies and coffee which we look forward to each day. Kathleen and Alicia are very friendly and go out of their way to make sure every one of their guests has a great stay. They can recommend restaurants, and any type of entertainment you are interested in. Last year we had to give up the first day we had scheduled due to a death in the family and they were able to re-book our room with no problem. We stayed there in 2005, 2007 and 2008 and we don’t have one complaint about the accommodations or the treatment we have received. We highly recommend the Fairbanks Inn to any adults looking for a wonderful, relaxing time in Provincetown.

    • webby
      webby Over a year ago
      Loves it

      Great place to stay
      The innkeepers do a great job... beautiful Inn... great breakfast food... welcoming to men and women of all types... a very good place to stay in ptown... you will be happy you stayed here.

    • kristinak818
      kristinak818 Over a year ago
      Loves it

      My girlfriend and I stayed at the Fairbanks Inn this past summer. The place was absolutely beautiful, inside and out. The innkeepers were extremely pleasant and helpful and the rooms were very clean and comfy. In addition, the location of the inn is perfect- just one street over from the main drag, which is close enough for a quick walk over and far enough away from all the hustle and bustle when you don't want it. I would definitely recommend this inn to any of the ladies looking for a place to stay in Provincetown.