Innkeepers Steve and Dave are delighted to announce that Aerie House is open and welcoming guests. We have made some changes to ensure a safe stay for all our guests but the basics of what our guests have come to love about Aerie House such as delicious breakfasts, complimentary bicycles, being dog friendly, our beautiful spacious decks and outdoor areas, spectacular bay views and our warm welcome continue.
All travelers entering Massachusetts from states not specifically exempted are required to quarantine for 14 days unless they can produce a negative test result within the previous three days. Travelers from MA, CT, VT, NH, ME, NY, NJ, CO, NM, WA are exempt from this requirement. Criminal penalties and fines apply for violations.
What To Expect In Provincetown This Year
While Provincetown is always a fantastic destination to visit you will experience some changes this year due to COVID 19 precautions. Beaches, bike trails, and our welcoming to all atmosphere are here and available but you will find some changes to ensure all our visitors have a safe and fun stay.
First of all, we are practicing social distancing and masks are mandatory on Commercial Street as well as in interior spaces and businesses.
Restaurants are open for outdoor and indoor dining and for take-out. The Patio and Bubala’s have even constructed large awning facilities over their outdoor patios to enable service during inclement weather.
Our wonderful retail shops and galleries are open.
Currently indoor bars can be open if they serve food with drinks. Seating at tables is required and the bar counters are off-limits. Alcohol beverages can only be served until 11:00pm. Indoor entertainment venues remained closed but there are now some entertainers doing their shows outdoors.
Provincetown is open for visitors and though it will be a bit different from previous years it will remain a very special place to visit and vacation.
What To Expect At Aerie House This Year
Aerie House has made some changes this year to comply with Massachusetts guidelines for accommodations to ensure all our guests have a safe and wonderful stay.
We have relaxed our peak season minimum stay requirements to make a Ptown visit more accessible to a wider number of visitors.
We are practicing social distancing throughout and mask wearing in indoor common areas.
Our Rooms 3 and 5 which previously shared two hall bathrooms now each have a designated and dedicated bathroom.
As we can no longer provide a buffet breakfast, we are doing breakfast to order.
Public hot tubs are still not allowed to be open so ours is currently not available for guests. We expect this will change during the next month or so.
Housekeeping during a guest stay is not allowed but we will provide access to fresh towels and linens during a guest stay if needed.
Shared features such as our ice machine and in room coffee makers are not allowed so will not be available until further notice.
All our other features and amenities remain including our complimentary bicycles, the ability to bring along your pooch, our spacious outdoor decks and gardens and of course our spectacular bay views. Innkeepers Steve and Dave can’t wait to welcome you.