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Snug Cottage

178 Bradford Street,Provincetown,MA,United States of America
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Safety concerns with a side of unfriendly Jenn161 on 03/07/2017 22:20 267 Reviews

Property Location With a stay at Snug Cottage in Provincetown, you'll be minutes from Provincetown Art Association and Museum and Provincetown Public Library. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Pilgrim Monument and Whydah Museum. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 8 air-conditioned rooms featuring DVD players and CD players. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include ceiling fans and clock radios. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and wedding services. Dining A complimentary continental breakfast is included. Business, Other Amenities Free parking is available onsite.

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178 Bradford Street,Provincetown,MA,United States of America

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Snug Cottage

178 Bradford Street,Provincetown,MA,United States of America 3 Star Hotel
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Property Location With a stay at Snug Cottage in Provincetown, you'll be minutes from Provincetown Art Association and Museum and Provincetown Public Library. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Pilgrim Monument and Whydah Museum. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 8 air-conditioned rooms featuring DVD players and CD players. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include ceiling fans and clock radios. Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and wedding services. Dining A complimentary continental breakfast is included. Business, Other Amenities Free parking is available onsite.

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Snug Cottage

178 Bradford Street,Provincetown,MA,United States of America
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#34 of 67 B&Bs / Inns in Provincetown
Overall Rating 4.5Rating from 267 reviews
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Safety concerns with a side of unfriendly

Jenn161on 03/07/2017 22:20

It honestly pains me to say anything contrary about a bed and breakfast. We have stayed in dozens and I've never placed a bad review. You are being welcomed into someone's home, and it's personal. So I hope the owner takes this review as constructive in bettering his establishment. I'm sorry.

We arrived at check-in time to a stifling hot empty bed and breakfast. All the windows and screen doors were closed up tight. It was hard to breathe. A door bell had to be rung to beckon the owner, likely holed up in his own air-conditioned space. We reserved the Bristol room a couple months prior, on recommendation from several reviewers, only to find it had been given to another couple. He immediately offered us 20% off to take the room's twin, York, also stifling hot. Which we found not to be a twin at all. He showed us how the building was not sprinklered and how we would have to climb out a boxed window ladder in case of fire instead. This is shocking to me as in our state at least it's mandatory the building be sprinklered; I work in Safety in a large business. There was a hole in the ceiling with two wires hanging down that must've been a smoke detector. Beside it was a heat detector, covered in grime and the face plate peeling off. Nope, that won't save any lives. The room primarily appeared to be heated with a wood open fireplace. And a space heater daisy-chained together with no less than three sets of extension cords that wound crazily across the room. Daisy chaining is also dangerous, which is why it's not allowed per fire code. All three outlets in the room were WAY overloaded. I pulled a plug-in carbon monoxide detector that was falling out of one outlet, tried plugging it in firmly. It didn't work, wouldn't sound upon testing. It was aged as well.

The bed was rock hard, despite a thin mattress pad atop it. None of the windows had shades. Our view, rather than of a garden, looked out on a dilapidated house / garage / can't-tell-what next door and junk pile. We had to change by kneeling on the floor below the windows. Our door did not secure when locked. One small shove and it opened locked or unlocked. We saw other reviewers had complained about this, a while ago. Our harbor view was a quite small patch of blue you could spot through several other houses. The bathroom, which the owner assured us was exactly the same as the Bristol room with large bathroom, was personally the smallest restroom I have ever had the opportunity to try to get ready in. The squat toilet was tucked up under a very small sink. A small tub shower combo desperately needed updating. There was scant water pressure and little to no hot water, no matter what time of day you tried to find it. Several things were in need of repair in the room.

When we went down to breakfast the next morning we just looked around in disbelief. There really was nothing to be found. A small tray tucked under a basket held 3 store-bought hard-boiled eggs that 4 polite guests tried to share. Half an hour later the tray of eggs was still empty. The housekeeper, who was the only one to associate with guests, was nice. But she was washing dishes and couldn't be attending to the dining room simultaneously. The owner was busy on his laptop in the back both mornings and should've been out socializing. Other than the eggs there were muffins out and one morning 2 English muffins were available. My husband found a small cannister of cheerios that were stale. The coffee was Maxwell House k cups I prepared myself. Wine and snacks were promised each afternoon but despite coming and going at all times we noticed never appeared. For the cost of this room at least a nice breakfast should've been prepared. And don't promise what you can't deliver.

I give the B&B 2 stars as the housekeeper seemed nice. And the establishment was in close proximity to Commercial St and the wharf. When we checked out the owner was nowhere on site. We called and left messages asking about the 20%. Eventually we received a curt reply: "it will be returned at the end of the month' without a hello, goodbye, or I hope you enjoyed your stay. We never received the 20%.

Quaint Private B & B

Rachel Lon 28/06/2017 15:38

Have to honest it was like a scene from Faulty Towers (British Comedy). We were met by the very lovely Docus who showed us our room which was "small" but it was advertised like this and priced to match. Unfortunately the bathroom was not working and they were waiting for the plumber to arrive. No matter we went out to explore Provincetown. After a long enjoyable day we came back to our accommodation to find a sign which said Tim had upgraded us. We looked for a key in all the places that were suggested and none to be found. So we roamed the house calling out for anyone? Nope we had the place to ourselves. Which was a little unnerving. Eventually we worked out the room was unlocked. The door was a little tight! It is a house from 1852 and this is to be expected. We opened the door to a quaint room with a view of the harbour and an open fireplace ( not needed for summer). The room was a great size and the linen was second to none, very good quality. Next morning we got up to a big Continental breakfast spread which had been layed out by Docas. We found out we had the house to ourselves and Docas apologised for the mix up. Apart from that we had a lovely time never saw Tim and we met some repeat guest on our final morning who said they loved the place. Word of advice get a taxi from the wharf (we walked, it didn't kill us but not pleasant). The property is gay friendly and is open to everyone without judgement. Would I stay here again? Well is was quiet, Docas was lovely, the 10 minute walk to town was a great opportunity to explore the surrounding places. If it was raining the walk would not have been so pleasent. Communication with guests on arrival about the open door policy and the town being super safe would have reduced our concerns. Yes I probably would stay again, there were certainly a lot of lovely properties closer to town but the place felt like home.

lovely cottage close to shopping with a view

Lee6925on 04/06/2017 18:32

My sister and I went to Provincetown on two rainy days of the season but very thrilled with the cottage and the area. The room we stayed in was the York suite took a while to get into our rooms because of cell problems but we met Tim and his housekeeper and they were both very pleasant. Tim gave us an overview of Provincetown, with ideas of things to go see, an overview of the house and a tour of all the rooms in the cottage for all of the guests-there were four of us at the time. It was a short walk to downtown which is good because the prices of parking are horrible and it was a short drive to the Race lighthouse and beach. The only problems we had besides the rain is that the rooms weren't touched up while we were out and we had to ask for new towels when we came back but Tim answered the call quickly and brought them right up. Would definitely stay here again especially since it has its own parking lot.

Needs some TLC

Carolyn Con 02/06/2017 16:30

This was my second time staying at Snug Cottage, and my husband's fourth or fifth time.

Pros:
1) Location, which is close to the main area, but far away enough that it was quiet. Easily walkable.
2) Parking across the street was easy.
3) Bed was extremely comfortable and had extra pillows and blankets.
4) Plenty of hot water for showers.
5) Loved having bathrobes and hair dryer provided for.

Cons:
1) Breakfast was disappointing. We gave up on it and went to the Portuguese Bakery.
2) Paint was peeling from our bedroom ceiling, so that it was kinda dangling on top of us.
3) Wires were hanging from the bedroom ceiling, where the old smoke detector used to be. You could see the hole.
4) Shower curtain was weird. It was more like a thin cloth instead of an actual waterproof curtain. It kept flying around when I was showering and was soaked through. Plus the shower had a row of broken tiles. The fix was to cover it with a lot of duct tape and then cover it with another see-through shower curtain.
5) Battery on the carbon monoxide alarm was running low when we arrived on Friday (you could hear the little beep that it emits). It was still beeping on Sunday morning. I mean, SERIOUSLY?!?! How is this not top priority?!

The cons are minor, but....the carbon monoxide detector???? That's a big concern. Seems like the place has small fixes that could be easily taken care of, that are just being ignored. Was fine for the price and the convenience, but I'm not staying there again if Snug Cottage has such a lax attitude towards important alarms. Safety is not something to fool around with.

Good location, comfortable bed, and parking.

dolby05on 01/06/2017 19:13

We stayed at Snug Cottage for Memorial Day. The cottage and garden/yard are charming, rooms were clean, bed was quite comfy, and the parking spaces in a small lot across the street were great, especially given the parking nightmare Cape Cod can be on a holiday weekend. The Continental breakfast was okay, although we've gotten used to hot and/or homebaked breakfasts in B&Bs, so were a little disappointed there. But there was plenty to eat, including excellent berries and coffee in urns or Keurig pods. Easy walk to the main drag, and from our room, at least, a view of the water. Tim (the owner) and Dokas (staff) were great.