By car: Driving into Provincetown can be challenging in the summer. Avoid late afternoons as well as Friday and Sunday evenings if possible. Once you arrive, parking at the John Randall House is not a problem, since we have unobstructed on-site parking (one car per room).
By boat: The ferry from Boston is a great way to travel to town; it’s scenic, relaxing, and you land at the pier in the center of town, only a short three-block walk to our inn. There are several high-speed ferries that run each day and a regular ferry that runs on varying schedules in season. All are passenger boats and do not carry vehicles.
By plane: Cape Air is the only scheduled carrier to P-Town, flying direct from both Boston and New York. Cape Air also partners with Jet Blue, offering a seamless check-in and baggage service from anywhere Jet Blue flies. You’ll find Provincetown’s airport to be quaint, quick, and low-stress. The John Randall House is only a short 7-minute cab ride away through the quiet dunes of the Cape Cod National Sea Shore.
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