Walk To Everything!
Provincetown is a walking town, and when you stay at Charm you are just steps to all the fun. There's really no need for a car - restaurants, shops, galleries and nightlife are all within easy walking distances of your guest room, and Provincetown's beaches are all accessible by shuttle or bicycle during the summer months.
Traveling By Car
Provincetown is situated at the very end of Route 6 on Cape Cod. Follow signs for Route 6 all the way to Provincetown. Take the 2nd exit into Provincetown (Conwell Road). At the end of Conwell Road take a left onto Bradford Street. Charm is the 2nd home on your left.
Traveling By Ferry from Boston
Traveling by ferry is the most relaxing way to travel to Provincetown, and you might get lucky and see a whale or dolphin! High speed passenger ferries (no cars) daily from mid-May thru mid-October that arrive and depart from MacMillan Wharf, right in the center of town. Refer to the websites of these two cruise companies for schedules and to buy tickets in advance:
Once off the wharf and on dry land, turn right onto Commercial Street and walk 4 blocks to Arch Street (on your left). Walk one block up Arch Street to Bradford Street. Charm is just across the street.
Traveling By Plane
Cape Air flies from Boston's Logan Airport direct to Provincetown Airport at Race Point. There are several flights a day in spring, winter and fall, more frequently in the summer. The scenic flight takes approximately 25 minutes, with connections to all major airlines in Boston.
Upon arrival in Provincetown, you will ned a cab to get into the village. Cabs are often waiting, but if they are not a public telephone is available outside the airport.
Traveling By Bus
Info coming soon.