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P-town's Brass Key Gets Polished

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Photos in order: (1,3) Courtesy the Brass Key Guest House, (2) © Christopher Seufert Photography
Story by Joseph Alexiou

PtownProvincetown's Brass Key Guest House is one of the swankiest places to stay on the Cape. With great service, elegant touches, and classical music welcoming you to this very classy destination, their recent million-dollar upgrade makes us quiver with excitement.

Cocktails can now be served over the entire property, especially right by the pool. In true P-town style an "adorable pool boy" will deliver them while you soak in the hot tub, or tan on the deck. They've also opened an event pavilion, perfect for wedding parties or other special events (it seats around 50 people, and has standing room for three times that).

Crowneot3The owners have made vast room improvements across the board, and have created two new suites, one of which has two levels and is right next to the pool (the Cabana), also featuring a private outdoor area. The other suite (the Penthouse) offers views of the harbor, two bathrooms and kitchen, and a private deck. What more could you want?

Centrally located and occupying nine fully-restored historic New England buildings, we highly recommend the Brass Key for your annual pilgrimage to New England's most beautiful gay town.

Photos in order: (1,3) Courtesy the Brass Key Guest House, (2) © Christopher Seufert Photography
Story by Joseph Alexiou

Provincetown's Brass Key Guest House is one of the swankiest places to stay on the Cape. With great service, elegant touches, and classical music welcoming you to this very classy destination, their recent million-dollar upgrade makes us quiver with excitement.

Cocktails can now be served over the entire property, especially right by the pool. In true P-town style an "adorable pool boy" will deliver them while you soak in the hot tub, or tan on the deck. They've also opened an event pavilion, perfect for wedding parties or other special events (it seats around 50 people, and has standing room for three times that).

The owners have made vast room improvements across the board, and have created two new suites, one of which has two levels and is right next to the pool (the Cabana), also featuring a private outdoor area. The other suite (the Penthouse) offers views of the harbor, two bathrooms and kitchen, and a private deck. What more could you want?

Centrally located and occupying nine fully-restored historic New England buildings, we highly recommend the Brass Key for your annual pilgrimage to New England's most beautiful gay town.

Photos in order: (1,3) Courtesy the Brass Key Guest House, (2) © Christopher Seufert Photography
Story by Joseph Alexiou

Provincetown's Brass Key Guest House is one of the swankiest places to stay on the Cape. With great service, elegant touches, and classical music welcoming you to this very classy destination, their recent million-dollar upgrade makes us quiver with excitement.

Cocktails can now be served over the entire property, especially right by the pool. In true P-town style an "adorable pool boy" will deliver them while you soak in the hot tub, or tan on the deck. They've also opened an event pavilion, perfect for wedding parties or other special events (it seats around 50 people, and has standing room for three times that).

The owners have made vast room improvements across the board, and have created two new suites, one of which has two levels and is right next to the pool (the Cabana), also featuring a private outdoor area. The other suite (the Penthouse) offers views of the harbor, two bathrooms and kitchen, and a private deck. What more could you want?

Centrally located and occupying nine fully-restored historic New England buildings, we highly recommend the Brass Key for your annual pilgrimage to New England's most beautiful gay town.

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