- Hair salon
- Swimming pool - outdoor
Your Cape Cod vacation starts at Sandcastle Resort tucked away on the beautiful white sandy beach of Cape Cod bay in quaint historic Provincetown. Whether you stay for one night, a week, or more, you can take advantage of the endless onsite and offsite amenities. You will experience the joy of a resort that offers breathtaking views of the waterfront and dunes. Take a stroll on the endless beach, watch the sunrise or sunset, sunbathe or star gaze all at this seaside escape. The slow paced, relaxing accommodations, create an unforgettable Cape Cod vacation for young and old alike. Play tennis, beach volleyball, shuffleboard, basketball, or enjoy a dip in the pool, swim or lounge on the private beach. Spend your day shopping in the stores in Provincetown center, sightsee, bike the trails, whale watch, fish, or take in the local attractions. Plenty of time to keep in touch with the real world with wireless Internet resort-wide. Bring along the pail and shovel as Sandcastle is kid friendly. The Sandcastle Resort was built in the late 1950s and was run as a hotel until 1978 when it was converted to a time share resort. Although we are not a 5 star or Gold Crown resort, we are a beachfront resort on lower Cape Cod. Our Cape Cod decor is rustic and quaint. Some units are smaller than other resorts, but they are clean and well equipped for an enjoyable vacation, so let the fun begin. Minimum age required at check-in is 21. Front desk hours are 8am - 6pm. Please note that there are fees for daily housekeeping and for using the phone. Check-in is 4pm. Check-out is 10am. If you arrive before 4pm your room may not be ready due to maintenance. A cc imprint is required for security deposit, unit key/s and phone. Provided there are no damages, lost keys or unpaid phone charges, no fees will be charged to your card. Min. age is 21. You must call the front desk before 9pm on Sun.-Fri. and before 10pm on Saturday if you will be arriving late.
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Provincetown: For more than a century, P-Town has been a bohemian haven. Each summer crowds flock to town for raucous times including a week-long carnival in August. Galleries, bookstores, antique shops, and kitschy boutiques line Commercial Street, the three-mile main thoroughfare. Panoramic views are enjoyed from the top of the 252-foot Pilgrim Monument. The sun rises and sets on the north-facing Race Point Beach.