I need to start by addressing some of the stupid things I have read here about this wonderful motel.
1) People are complaining about the view of the salt water marsh and the dunes? Those are considered "The Moors" ; hence the name of the Inn. And the power lines ruin your view? How do you suppose people get power in their rooms?? I believe every hotel in town has power lines associated with their building. Just stupid complaints. I would not take those people's opinion for much of anything.
2) People keep referring to misleading website?? The rooms are quaint. It is a beautiful location at the very west end of town. The price reflects that. Not wanting to walk, is a personal problem. It says clearly on the website that it is a mile from the center of town. If you failed to notice that when you booked or disregarded it, do not blame the inn for its location. They are proud to be located with such amazing views and the quietness of being outside of town. That brings up the price again. Compared to other motels and inns nearer to town, they are definitely on the cheaper side. It is definitely affordable and to say anything different is MISLEADING.
3) I read someone say that they offer fresh fruit and pastries for continental breakfast; but they were disappointed with bananas and coffee cake?? Last I checked, bananas are fruit and cake is a type of pastry? They rotate what they serve so that it does not seem to be the same treats everyday. I have enjoyed their continental breakfast numerous times and am appalled that people would be so picky as to not enjoy it for what it is.
4) For all you "5 star" guests. I have never heard of a "5 star hotel" for under 200$ a night?? You are mad because the Moors does not offer room service?? I think maybe you should just stay in the city; you are obviously impossible to please and will be miserable wherever you go. There is not any "5 star" hotel in Provincetown, so lets just start with remembering where you are visiting.
5) Last. Cell phone service. I had no idea that a little Inn at the end of the Cape had any say in the location of cell towers or has any pull with large mobile companies to conspire against you using your cell phone. It is a fact. Cell phone service is poor in town, therefore it also at the Moors. You can always have your friends or children call the hotel, and they will gladly transfer that call to your room. And WIFI. It works there. i use it everytime I go there. I noticed their computer in the office is not hardwired but connected to the WIFI and they seem to use the computer with no problem AND as someone else positively stated, the staff will always let you use their personal laptops if you need to.
So in closing, I just want to reitterate to anyone that is reading this misleading stream of negativity, that this is a wonderful little place to stay, with amazing views, and friendly staff.. The price is affordable (compared to other places around town) and I would not stay anywhere else. I am happy to read that all of you naysayers wont be back; it leaves more room for the people that appreciate the Inn at the Moors for what it is. A charming little Inn, perched at what seems to be the end of the world. I cannot wait for my next visit!!!
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