BedandBreakfast.com Diamond Collection
Ispezionato e Certificato da Professionisti del Settore
BedandBreakfast.com Diamond Collection
Questo testo è stato tradotto in automatico. Visualizza testo originale
Comfort europei fascino e il lusso fanno di questo Guesthouse & Spa una fuga fuori dal comune. Il nostro pluripremiato boutique hotel occupa una posizione tranquilla nel centro di Provincetown e un adulto, unica oasi di relax. Tutte le camere sono dotate di bagno privato, letti queen size, piumone e cuscini, accappatoi, TV / DVD e telefoni; alcuni camini funzionalità, vasche idromassaggio, ingresso privato e / o patio privato. I giardini e cortili sono un oasi di verde, lontana da tutte le emozioni di Commercial Street. La nostra Spa Namaste con servizi di massaggi, sauna finlandese, di Provincetown grande bagno di vapore e Hotspring Hydrojet Hot Tub offre un ottimo relax tutto l'anno 10:00-21:00. Prima colazione in stile tedesco in casa di Jurgen è famoso. Ogni mattina le sale da pranzo sono il punto di incontro per tutti gli ospiti che amano una buona tazza di caffè, pane tedesco e torte, cialde, quiche o altre prelibatezze speciali e una bella chiacchierata con gente simpatica. Le sale comuni sono un ottimo posto per rilassarsi, leggere un buon libro, incontrare persone o chattare con nuovi amici. Videoteca e DVD, sherry gratuito e porto e un caffè e tè stazione disponibile per il vostro comfort, nonché un guestoffice & WIFI per coloro che hanno bisogno di rimanere connessi con il mondo "reale" 24 ore.
5 su febbraio 23, 2012
Carpe Diem is the best guesthouse in Provincetown. The rooms are super clean, breakfast is great and the staff is very accommodating. I loved the Spa and the location could is perfect! I will definitely come back!
4,6 su ottobre 26, 2010
I love Carpe Diem - it's luxurious, the rooms are lovely, the food is great, and the hosts are very welcoming. Can't say enough good things.
4,8 su agosto 05, 2010
My husband and I first stayed at Carpe Diem for our wedding in P'town in 2009 and have returned several times since then. Carpe Diem is an oasis in the middle of the fun craziness of Provincetown. From check inn to check out you'll feel pampered: the rooms (all different but equally charming and for different budget sizes) are super clean with a lot of light, very comfortable beds; the afternoon wine & cheese hour is the perfect opportunity to meet other guests; the spa is FANTASTIC (the best steam room I've ever seen!); and then the breakfast: everything you could desire! From fresh muffins and bread, perfect bircher muesli, fresh fruit, great coffee to the daily special - simply great and usually we can't even do a lunch after that. And last but not least, Carpe Diem lives mostly from the 3 incredible nice innkeepers and all their equally nice staff! You are fantastic, guys!
5 su agosto 04, 2010
We recently spent a week at Carpe Diem - our first visit - but certainly not our last. Not only is the place beautiful and well maintained, but its owners and staff couldn't be friendlier or more accommodating. We met a variety of nice people from all over, and most have stayed here multiple times. Absolutely wonderful.
5 su luglio 27, 2010
There are not enough superlatives to describe Carpe Diem. All I can say is you get what you pay for. The staff give top class service, and are extremely welcoming. You can have a fantastic breakfast every morning, freshly prepared.The rooms are fantastically comfortable. The location is quiet and restful, while still close to all the action in P/town. You even have an extremely relaxing spa area with a great hot tub, steam room and sauna to unwind in. I'm sure there are cheaper guesthouses in P/town, but I doubt you will find many, which are quite as good value as Carpe Diem. I look forward to returning next year.
3,6 su luglio 14, 2010
Jarrod the front dest mananger was very friendly and pleasant
4,4 su marzo 27, 2010
Provincetown is way the heck out on the end of Cape Cod, but it's a great place, and Carpe Diem is a great b&b to stay. The rooms are small-to-modest sized but very comfy and well appointed. The grounds are lovely, and there's a spa + hot tub on site. The staff is super-friendly and the food is quite good. It has free parking for guests and the location can't be beat. You're less than a minute walk away from the main commercial strip in P-town, with plenty of food, shopping + entertainment. The nearest beach is a 5-minute drive (or short bike ride) away. You're also not far from other fun stuff on the Cape: more beaches, the summer baseball league, whale watches from P-town are just down the street, and you're ~20 minute drive from Wellfleet and the Cape Cod National Seashore wildlife refuge. About the only downside to CD is that it isn't cheap, but if you're willing to splurge a bit, this is a fine place to do it.
5 su agosto 14, 2009
We have stayed here several times in the last few years and always have a wonderful time. Rooms are nice and well cared for, hosts are pleasant and chatty when you want them to be, and quiet if you don't want chatty and the breakfasts are delicious and filling. We always feel welcome and appreciated here. They take good care of us.
4,6 su maggio 26, 2009
My partner were extremely pleased with our accomodations at Carpe Diem. After an extensive traffic delay which brought us to Provincetown after midnight, a welcoming envelope greeted us and we found an immaculate, beautifully decorated room with very comfortable bed, tv and wireless internet. The comfort of the room made a cold and overcast (sometime rainy) weekend a snuggly retreat from a busy life. Although close to Commercial Street, the guesthouse was a very quiet place to return from the noise and crowds on Commercial. The breakfast was well presented and we were greeted with a smile from our hosts or the breakfast staff. They always inquired how the previous day went or if we needed any information for the day ahead. The patio was a great place to meet other guests and we had a great time over the wine and cheese provided by the host and chatting with some Canadians from Vancouver. My partner enjoyed the spa facilities and said they were as clean and well designed as the rest of the grounds. Carpe Diem is sure to embrace you in warm comfort and make any stay in Provincetown a memorable one. Marty - Brooklyn, NY
4,6 su giugno 19, 2008
Warm welcoming guests - while allowing for lots of privacy and rest. We had a very memorable stay. Many nice touches - I would gladly recommend this place and plan to return again.
From the moment you enter this elegant room from its charming private garden area, you will feel like you are getting the red carpet treatment: A cozy fireplace welcomes you, the stylish elegant bed in front of a large mirror invites you to afternoon naps or more and the bathroom with Jacuzzi tub promises pampering hours in your own bubble bath. Just come in! - See more at: http://www.carpediemguesthouse.com/rooms/proust/#sthash.gNOlBmYO.dpuf
This beautiful room is lavishly decorated with Indian antiques and crafts. The luxurious cushions and silky blankets of the king-sized four-poster bed will make you dream of Far Eastern splendor and beauty. The outside patio overlooks our elegant Asian garden and is a perfect place to enjoy breakfast on a beautiful summer morning. - See more at: http://www.carpediemguesthouse.com/rooms/rao/#sthash.vXrcTikQ.dpuf
Tucked away in the most quiet part of the guesthouse lies the Jean Cocteau Suite, a perfect hideaway for those who are looking for privacy and some intimate moments. The wide-planked wooden floors, rich colors and stylish furniture make this the perfect place for your provincetown getaway.
Its beautiful vaulted ceilings, and the dormer windows with their attractive plantation shutters that filter the sunlight, could make this room the perfect backdrop for a screening of "Giovanni's Room", one of Baldwin's most famous novels. In the summertime you can soak up the Provincetown sun on the private deck and enjoy the views of our garden patio and the Namasté Spa.
The Thoreau Cottage is the largest and most luxurious room in our guesthouse. Separate from the rest of the buildings and located adjacent to the Namasté Spa, the cottage features a large bathroom with a double shower, and a comfortable sitting area in front of a fireplace that warms the room on those cool, Cape Cod nights. The lovely bay window looks out onto our Asian Garden and the sliding-glass door leads to a private patio with outdoor shower. Complete renovation took place during January 2016.
Windows on three sides bathe the room in sunlight, and bring in wonderful summer cross breezes. Because of the openness towards the outdoors and the leafy surroundings of the neighborhood backyards, guests once dubbed it "the tree house". Vaulted ceilings, a queen-size canopy bed and a private balcony facing the gardens and the Pilgrim Monument make this nickname even more appropriate.
This amazing room is one of our most extravagant accommodations.Tastefully decorated with Chinese antiques, the Ruan Ji Room reflects the style of a traditional Siheyuan. Similar to this ancient house type, the bedroom opens up to the courtyard with its water features and Asian style furniture to where the impressive old Chinese gate leads to the nearby Namasté Spa.
Wood floors, rustic hand crafted furniture, and a sunlit sitting area are the highlights of this room. The wrought iron bed and a charming Provençale fireplace add to the atmosphere of a French country house chamber. Unfortunately being in the historic building the bathroom is on the smaller side. With its centrally located private deck, the proximity to the common area and Namasté Spa, this room is especially suited for people who like to socialize and meet new friends.
Located on the west side of the main house, it remains shadier in the mornings, perfect for those who feel like sleeping in a bit. This welcoming room is one of our most popular.
The smallest room in our house, but one of our guests' favorites, is especially great for single travelers. This quaint and intimate accommodation with a full-size bed and private bath is done in a shade of blue, with exposed beams and a private bathroom.
This large room has vaulted ceilings and windows on three sides providing wonderful views of our garden patio as well as the Pilgrim Monument. There is a queen-size bed and a comfortable sitting area with two armchairs in front of a gas Franklin Stove that gives the room the cozy ambiance of those good old days passed. Unfortunately being in our historic building the bathroom is on the smaller side.
Freshly renovated and originally the front parlor of the old Second Empire house, the Tennessee Williams Room is nowadays an excellent accommodation for guests who like to see what is going on outside. The large bay windows facing Johnson Street give plenty of natural light and fresh air. We are sure the poet would have loved to sit on the windowsill and watch the men parade the street.
Two mansard windows fill this room at our Provincetown inn with ample sunlight. In the winter the barren trees on Johnson Street allow for some limited views of Provincetown's scenic Cape Cod harbor, which can be especially beautiful at sunrise. A warm, classic Chinese print covers a feature wall giving a tranquil and relaxing ambiance. The room is a freshly redecorated and welcoming space.
Decorated in rich colors with luxurious bedding, the Dorothy Parker Room is a sophisticated retreat while in Provincetown. The bright room looks out over town to the library tower, and has just completed a complete renovation.
The smallest and coziest of our classic rooms does not face out on any streets and is therefore among the quietest accommodations in the main house. It features windows on two sides, bringing in a lot of natural light, and giving a perfect view of the Pilgrim Monument which can be quite dramatic at sunset.
With rich colors and beautiful decorative elements, this freshly renovated room has a warm and sophisticated feel. The large bay window gives a great view to all that is happening on Johnson Street. - See more at: http://www.carpediemguesthouse.com/rooms/oneill/#sthash.ymTeWUeG.dpuf
Campagna, Centro città, Fronte oceano, Vista Mare, Piccolo Paese
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.)
Quando si raggiunge Provincetown sulla Route 6, vedrete un cartello che dice Provincetown Center-prossimi 3 sinistre. Prendere la seconda a sinistra che è Conwell Street. Andare a breve distanza lungo Conwell che termina a Bradford Street. Svoltare a destra e Johnson Street è la prima a sinistra.
Shopping Antiquariato, Gallerie d'arte, Spiaggia, Cene da gourmet, Interessi Storici, Musica dal vivo, Cinema, Musei, Parchi Nazionali/Statali, Zona Naturale, Oceano, Piste ciclabili, Teatro, Area Picnic, Servizi religiosi
Other, Historic Inn, Spa, Boutique Hotel
Giochi da tavolo, Computer, Fotocopiatrici, Scrivania, Dispositivo Fax, parcheggio, Sauna, Terme, raggiungere a piedi il trasporto pubblico, Lavatrice/Asciugatrice, Attrezzature matrimoni , Massaggi Servizi
Aria condizionata, Sveglia , Prodotti di cortesia, Accappatoi, CD player, Ventilatori, Attrezzature per Caffè/Tè, DVD Player, Camino, Frigorifero, Asciugacapelli, Jacuzzi, Ferro da stiro, Biblioteche, Microonde, Ingresso privato, Radio, TV via cavo/satellite, TV, Telefono, Angolo bar, Wi-Fi
Noleggio bici, Piste ciclabili, Bici, Osservazione Uccelli, Nautica, Canottaggio, Pesca, Golf, Escursioni, Cavallo, Kayak, Massaggi Servizi, Regate, Shopping, Scenari, Nuoto, Campi da tennis, Sport acquatici
Many options for different diets available
Pieno fiore pane tedesco casalingo
Ingredienti: 3 tazze di normale farina bianca 3 tazze di farina di segale 3 tazze di farina integrale 1 tazza di yogurt bianco 2 tazze di acqua 3 cucchiaini di lievito secco 1 TB di sale alcune noci e / o sedi (di zucca, di lino, di girasole o di quello che vuoi) Preparazione: Questo pane richiede due giorni per fare. Il primo giorno si mescolano 1 1/2 cucchiaino di lievito con 1 tazza di farina bianca, 1 tazza di farina di segale e 1 tazza di farina integrale. In un'altra ciotola si frusta lo yogurt e l'acqua e aggiungerli alla farina. Mescolare accuratamente e lasciare che la posizione poltiglia coperto (qualche sacchetto di plastica e un telo da cucina farà) per tutta la notte in un luogo caldo. Il secondo giorno si fondono nel resto della farina, un altro 1 1/2 cucchiaino di lievito ed il sale. Ora devi fare l'impasto. L'impasto deve essere alla fine non troppo umido e non troppo asciutto. La cosa migliore è quando è appena venuta fuori l'orlo della ciotola senza attaccare. Se necessario, è possibile aggiungere altra farina, preferibilmente farina bianca perché troppo grano intero potrebbe fare il pane troppo duro alla fine. (A Kitchen Aid è un grande aiuto per la parte di impasto). Ora lascia la ciotola con la pasta riposare per 1 ora in un luogo caldo. Il pane dovrebbe aumentare un po 'durante il riposo. Dopo questo si fa più impastare e aggiungere i dadi oi sedili. Anche in questo caso la pasta di pane dovrebbe essere ancora non troppo asciutto e non troppo bagnato e dovrebbe essere facile per formare una palla fuori di esso. Quello che vi serve ora è un cesto di pane (È possibile ottenere in buoni negozi di utilità cucina). Si tratta di un cesto di vimini rotonda che si adatta circa 2 chili di pasta di pane. Si spruzzare con spray da cucina e polvere con la farina. La palla di pasta va in là. Coprire il cestello con plastica e carta da cucina e lasciare che la pasta di pane lievitare ancora per 45 minuti. All