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Old Sea Pines Inn
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Reviewed 25 October 2012

3 people in suite above the kitchen so awakened every morning about 5:30. Food for breakfast was okay, but not great. TV didn't work anywhere because it was turned off by vendor. Nice central location though

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled with friends
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2  Thank cdallen42
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KMR83, Manager at Old Sea Pines Inn, responded to this reviewResponded 31 October 2012

We would like to start by saying no one is in the kitchen at 5:30am the Breakfast cook arrives at about 6:30am to start coffee and get the cold breakfast out at 7am for those that need to start their day early. The cold breakfast consists of a variety of yogurts, hard boiled eggs, toast, bagels, cereals, juices and fruits, along with other items depending on the day and what is fresh that time of year. The hot breakfast is served between 8am and 9:30am as a simple meal (ex: entree like pancakes or scrambled eggs and a breakfast meat like sausage or bacon) everyone in the 24 different guest rooms (up to 60 people) can enjoy, we include this large variety of breakfast food for FREE with our rooms. If asked about a gourmet breakfast our staff would have been happy to give the names of some amazing Breakfast restaurants in the area.

As for the TV not working, we had a little bit of an issue with Comcast not working correctly the problem was solved within a few days and multiple service visits as the problem was not on our end but with Comcast and there equipment. (They will be sent a copy of this review and hopefully they will correct the mistake as we now have more of a complaint with the service provided then we had before)

We would have gladly moved this group to another room had we known the Cable was not working or had they voiced any of these complaints a month ago when we could have done something about it.

Please remember we are a small family business and do our best to make all of our guests feel at home but we cannot do anything to fix a situation we don't know about.

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Reviewed 18 October 2012

I stayed here during my mid term exams, it was quiet and fun at the same time. Their daughter was fantastic with directions and everything was at my disposal. The building is rich with history and there are pictures of weddings and students from when it was a "personality school " for girls. I loved the antiques and free wifi! I would love to tell you about the homemade food because it was amazing. The staff is more then helpful and do not pester you to see if you need anything every 20 mins. When I get married I hope to do it here. OH! they have a dog Fawn, she is lovely and is happy to sun herself on the huge front porch as you drink your wine overlooking historic Route 6A. worth EVERY dime. I finally got to see Provincetown and it truly was a great trip.

Room Tip: The main house is where I stayed but the North cottage looked amazing!
  • Stayed: October 2012, travelled solo
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2  Thank Carriecapecod
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Reviewed 24 September 2012

Stayed here for 3 nights recently. Room was fine, food was fine, staff was quite pleasant. Nice, homey atmosphere. The location is very good, as you're within a reasonable drive to the entire Cape. We stayed in the North cottage, which is farthest from Rt. 6A, and we heard no road noise at all. If I were to return here, I'd request to stay in the same building.

We had a TV in our room, but channel selection is somewhat limited and a bit confusing.
There is just a hint of eccentricity to Steve, the Innkeeper, which I found engaging, but some "type-A" personalities might not "get" it.

Room Tip: Rooms in the North cottage are farthest from the road, and, likely, quieter.
  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Matthew F
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Reviewed 15 September 2012

This inn really feels more like a B&B with the cosy furnishings and friendly hosts. They are very helpful when you are looking for something to do or a nice restaurant, and will make all your calls and reservations for you. We stayed in the main house on the top floor, the room could have been bigger but it was overall very nice. The included buffet-style breakfast was great, they serve different hot dishes each morning to give some variation, and each was delicious. Tea and coffee are always ready, and you can spend many hours reading in the common rooms on the first floor, our out on the porches. The location is nice and central, so you can get to each end of the Cape quickly. Overall, a great place to stay!

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Lotte O
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Reviewed 4 September 2012

We enjoyed our three night stay at The Old Sea Pines Inn. I believe we stayed in The Rowan Room (#7) in the main building which is spacious and comfortable with a cute little reading room in the front. There is also a large library/reading room on the first floor. Breakfast is included and offered a nice variety as well as plenty of seating inside and out. The property is very well maintained and nicely set up for a wedding or larger even. The hosts and staff are extremely friendly and helpful.

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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