The Inn at Cook Street Now Celebrating Its 30th Anniversary Experience, Stellar Hospitality Welcome Guests at This Boutique B&B Inn.

June 3, 2016 in B&B by cipcipTrip

Home is where the heart is, and John Jay Wooldridge and Patrick Flaherty have taken this to heart. Since 2013, they have been the innkeepers at The Inn at Cook Street, a historic, boutique, bed and breakfast inn located in Provincetown, Massachusetts, a diverse fishing village and America’s oldest continuous arts colony. Wooldridge and Flaherty, who both spent their family summers and formative years in Provincetown, feel strongly about creating an inviting, warm environment to welcome their guests to their inn, which they consider home. And this season, there’s something big to celebrate – The Inn’s 30th anniversary. Guests of The Inn from June through October will receive $30 off per night for mentioning this offer when booking a room. In addition, The Inn at Cook Street recently received the Gold Medal for Best Bed and Breakfast on Outer Cape Cod by Cape Cod Life Magazine, June 2016 edition.

“We remember coming here as kids many summers with our families. Provincetown holds a special place in our hearts, and we want to share this with our guests whom we treat as our extended family,” said Wooldridge. “Even after all these years, this charming Portuguese fishing village has remained the same welcoming seaside community, with a small town feel, that we both remember.”

The Inn has eight rooms, all with bathrooms and most with private entrances, and is located in the Historic Art Gallery District of Provincetown, where many famous artists have studios and galleries. Since the beginning, The Inn has welcomed many colorful personalities, including well-known writers, artists, musicians and celebrities. Among the earliest famous guests to stay at 7 Cook Street were artists Edward Hopper and Jackson Pollack, playwright Tennessee Williams, and Pulitzer Prize winning author Michael Cunningham. These famous guests stayed at the house when it was a private residence. It was then converted to an Inn. Most recently, Flaherty and Wooldridge have hosted famous folks including comedian and actress Margaret Cho and Australian jazz artist Sarah McKenzie, to name a few.

Both from big, close-knit families, Wooldridge and Flaherty enjoy having a house full of people. They have extended this family value of warmth and inclusiveness to all of their guests, famous or not. And their hospitality, as symbolized by their logo of a pineapple, which means welcome and friendliness, is what sets The Inn at Cook Street apart from the rest.

More information on the website www.innatcookstreet.com