Situated on the tail end of Cape Cod, Provincetown, Massachusetts is quirky, quaint, artsy, and very LGBT-friendly. Renting an Airbnb here isn’t cheap—average nightly rates for a whole-home rental are $261, or $125 for a private room—but it’s worth it to experience the best of summer in New England. We’re talking fresh lobster rolls, clambakes, clear blue water, whale-watching, and nights that are just chilly enough to warrant a sweater. Here are 10 of our favorite rentals in P-Town.
1. Terry’s one-bedroom apartment 2. charming Sea Urchin cottage 3. John’s one-bedroom apartment 4. Vincent’s two-bedroom condo 5. North Truro cottage 6. centrally located studio 7. Carol’s recently renovated cottage 8. rustic Orion cabin 9. Chandra’s three-bedroom house 10. Treetops
Paste’s Airbnb columnist Erica Jackson Curran is a former alt-weekly editor turned moonlight freelancer based in Richmond, Virginia.