Renovated Prince of Whales Cottages now open

July 22, 2022 - Construction Design & Engineering



Truro, MA The Lexvest Group has completed renovations of its newly acquired Prince of Whales Cottages. Reservations are now being accepted.

The fully renovated rustic cottages, near the Cape Cod National Seashore, are purposefully designed for comfortable and affordable stays – offering guests cottage rentals for stays as short as three nights. These quaint cottages offer a variety of sizes and options to accommodate two to four guests in one-bed studios and two-bedroom units.

The Lexvest Group operates Cape Colony Inn and Breakwater Hotel, both in Provincetown, and Truro Beach Cottages, also on Shore Rd. President Eric Shapiro said Prince of Whales offers a unique price point and product which, combined with Lexvest’s operating model for the property and shorter term stays, offers a more affordable cottage vacation option to guests. “Our guests will like the quiet location that Prince of Whales offers yet the convenience of being so close to everything at the same time,” he said.

Located on Shore Rd., near North Truro Village which includes Salty Market, Captains Choice, and Chequesset Chocolate and Cold Storage Beach, guests staying at Prince of Whales are footsteps away from Terra Luna Restaurant (located on-premises) and the Provincetown/North Truro Shuttle to bring them to and from Provincetown.

Each cottage features a kitchenette equipped with plates, silverware, toaster, and Keurig coffee maker. In-room amenities include vaulted ceilings, all new furniture and accessories, heating and air conditioning, utensils and cookware, a private bathroom with shower, linens, and towels, complimentary Wi-Fi and cable TV. On-site amenities include free parking, BBQ grills, picnic tables and on-site restaurant.

Return visitors to the Outer Cape and first-timers alike appreciate the area’s natural offerings including proximity to the best beaches, such as Race Point and Herring Cove, and nature and biking trails. The Cape Cod National Seashore encompasses 43,600 acres (68 square miles) of protected beaches and dunes, over half of Truro’s land area. Six of Cape Cod’s best beaches are located here.

Other nearby offerings include the excitement of Provincetown, its art galleries, shopping, eateries, golf, tennis, water sports, and fun night life. Many visitors are lucky enough to spot whales from the beach, but most choose to get up close and personal on one of the whale-watching expeditions that depart daily from P’town.



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