RETREAT TO PROVINCETOWN TO APPRECIATE WINTER SOLITUDE

Find seasonal beauty and peaceful quiet in America’s First Destination

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Provincetown, Mass. – A trending topic throughout a busy nation is how to find peaceful moments for appreciating self and more sublime interests. As winter snow blankets the East Coast, Provincetown offers a warm welcome for guests during its “Season of Solitude,” when visitors enjoy the romantic spirit, intimate atmosphere and seaside charm of a quintessential New England Cape village.
In a rushed and hurried world, there are very few unique places for people to escape hurried demands and the crush of crowds. Some mistakenly imagine that travelers must go to all ends of the Earth to find seclusion, when in fact, in just a short trip to Cape Cod, a traveler can find one of the most enchanting places to spend precious time alone with a loved one, writing or reading that wonderful book that was stowed away for the right time. Provincetown offers the visitor an unrivaled beauty of winter light, cozy fireplaces and sea and landscapes dressed in a winter coat.
Art, cultural activities, fine dining and entertainment, the hallmarks of Ptown, are all accessible, as award-winning local inns, B&Bs and boutique hotels light candles, welcoming guests for a one-of-a-kind winter retreat. Enticing winter-season accommodation rates make a visit that much easier, and the eclectic shops and galleries offer world-class and hard-to-find treasures, reasons the travel website Trivago recently named Ptown the number one destination to stay in 2016 .
One highlight of the quiet season is Valentine’s Day, the perfect time for couples to hide out among the fine selection of well-appointed accommodations, which are by turns charming, cozy, elegant, luxurious – and generously hospitable. And a number of Cape Cod’s best restaurants are keeping the hearth warm, too, with some offering an intimate dining experience and others serving up innovative local fare alongside lively entertainment. This is surely one reason Travel + Leisure Magazine named Ptown one of ” America’s Most Romantic ” destinations.
Far from the fashionable frenzy of summertime, getting snowbound in Ptown means simple pleasures and laid-back luxury surrounded by the stunning beauty of this Cape Cod haven. Experience the peace that comes from browsing art galleries or cuddling up with a favorite book that’s gone waiting. Find serenity along the National Seashore and discover species that flourish without crowds in watch of a sighting. Rejuvenate with exercise along historic pathways or modern gyms. And, don’t forget a spa day or giving way to a new hairstyle, easily found along village streets.
And for those who want to “Get Outta the Cold and Into the Heat!” check out Snowbound Leather Weekend IX , Feb. 19-21, 2016, one of the many LGBTQ events that make Ptown the ” Best Gay Resort Town in America,” according to GayCities.com.
Provincetown’s “Season of Solitude” is the perfect setting for an intimate winter getaway, with diverse offerings around town and first-rate accommodations at winter-season rates. Don’t miss this special experience in what Fodor’s Travel named one of the ” 10 Best Small Towns in America ” and what Travel and Leisure calls one of ” America’s Quirkiest Towns.”