Feel the Cape Cod Spirit at Our Dog Friendly Provincetown Hotel
We welcome you and your four-legged friend to Cape Colony Inn! We hope your stay with us is a wonderful and memorable experience for you and your dog. Please follow the rules and guidelines outlined below.
Our Dog Policy
- All dogs must be registered at the Front Desk upon check-in.
- We require all dogs on the property to be on a leash when outside of your room.
- Our Dog Fee is $40 per day/per dog (plus applicable taxes) in addition to the room rate. This is a fee, not a deposit. A credit card must be kept on file with the Front Desk.
- Dogs may be left unattended in the room. If your dog has an issue or disturbs other guests, you will be contacted and asked to return to your room.
- Hotel staff members cannot enter your room if the dog is in the room. Please coordinate with the Front Desk for housekeeping services. Please also place the Do Not Disturb sign on your door anytime the dog is inside.
- Please clean up after your dog. There is a dumpster available at the front of the property for proper ‘doggy bag' disposal. Please do not dispose in your room.
- Service Animals - there is no charge for Service Animals, and they must be registered with the Front Desk. Service Animals must be with the owner at all times to qualify as a Service Animal per State and Federal Regulations.
- Failure to adhere to these rules may result in your being asked to remove your dog from the property.
Provincetown Dog Information:
Dog Fancy Magazine named Provincetown America's most dog friendly town, for good reason. Ptown loves all dogs - ours and our visitors - and treats them well with lots of love! Most shops, galleries, restaurants (with outdoor areas) and some boat charters welcome well behaved dogs at the business owner's discretion. Almost all businesses offer treats for lucky dogs or provide a cool drink of water.
- Provincetown has a wonderful dog park - Pilgrim Bark Park - Bark Park is located at the intersection of Rt 6 and Shank Painter Road in Provincetown. Parking and main entrance access from Route 6 going East.
- Many restaurants that have outdoor seating will allow you to bring your dog. Many of the stores in town are dog friendly so feel free to bring your dog as you stroll through town.
- All of the Provincetown and National Seashore Beaches allow dogs. There are even "Off Leash" hours. Guidelines and hours are posted at all of the beaches.