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The Outermost Hostel

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La Canada Flintridge, California
Reviewed 3 November 2015

I visited for 2 nights in late August, toward the end of the season. It was bare-bones, but exactly what I was looking for: safe, cheap, centrally-located, clean (enough), free parking. I was in a 6-person room (3 bunks), and there were 4 of us the first night and just me the second -- one bunk was occupied by a...

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Portland, Oregon
Reviewed 18 September 2015

Okay, so I had a bunk room to myself (post-tourism season after all), shower, kitchen, and clean sheets. That's what made it sort of worth it. I'm really easy going, but I couldn't help but feel that the manager/owner was really abrasive, as if I was a burden to her by being there. Additionally, I was slightly shocked when after...

2Thank Kevin D
Little Rock, Arkansas
Reviewed 13 September 2015

It is cheap for people staying just a day or two. It is quite expensive for students arriving for the entire season. Despite the continuous revenue we provided for the owner by staying from May till September, the treatment we received was mediocre and even horrible at times. We had bed bugs and the owner refused to move us to...

1Thank QrysisJamer
Reviewed 13 August 2014

This is not a "nice" place, but it is cheap cheap cheap in an expensive town, which makes it a good option for those of us who want to save money. There are no frill here. You will get a clean bunk bed in a small cabin with eight people staying in it. The bathroom is cleanish. There is a...

3Thank Terry M
Denver, CO
Reviewed 19 July 2013

Yikes. Bugs, bugs, bugs everywhere. I don't advise this place. Then, on top of that, they don't answer their phones. The cabins are in very very very poor disrepair. Screen doors are ripped. The rooms are very shabby. Try to leave a message and its impossible. Try to get a call back. Forget about it. Avoid this place. Very dissatisfied....

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Enschede, The Netherlands
Reviewed 8 July 2013

It's cheap, that says it all. Keep expectations low and you won't be disappointed. It was kind of clean, sheets smelled like they were washed, shower was warm, no bugs and we didn't use the kitchen but it was there. Went for just 1 night, just for sleep. They only had bunk beds (6 a room) so that was quite...

1Thank Stobbemans
Idyllwild, California
Reviewed 27 June 2012

Price is fantastic Low price and free parking in an area know for high prices and no parking. (Actually, you can't get parking for what Sheila charges.) Been staying there from a couple to 5 nights a trip for the last 15 years or so- maybe more. Sheila, the manager/ owner is friendly and easy-going as are the folks who...

3Thank Kevin S
Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 19 July 2011

If you are visiting PTown on your own or with your friends and looking for a relaxed, inexpensive place, this is the best bet. This is NOT an urban hostel with 24 hour front desk, ultra-clean rooms and wifi, but a bunch of (mixed) dorm style cabins run and maintained by a sincere, attentive woman. The cabin I was in...

3Thank PrinzRulz
Brooklyn, New York
Reviewed 2 January 2010

not super clean. Carpet with stains. Though the bed sheets had been washed, had ink stains, shower with low pressure Alternatives: check a bit in advance bed and breakfast in Provincetown and motels on Cape Co sound, outside Provincetown

1Thank HeleneS3
Reviewed 25 September 2009

Cabins in need of total renevation. Shower warm, kitchen tiny and not very clean but just about useable. Manager never around. I'm sure better can be found.

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Additional Information about The Outermost Hostel

Address: 28 Winslow St, Provincetown, MA 02657-1425
Region: United States > Massachusetts > Cape Cod > Provincetown
Number of rooms: 40
Also Known As:
The Outermost Hotel Provincetown
The Outermost Hostel Provincetown, MA - Cape Cod
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“Choose cabin 4, which is in the same building as the office and the kitchen, it has rather new beds.”
QrysisJamer, 12 Sep 2015 | Read review
“Try to find a room with a screen door that isn't ripped so the bugs don't come in. Also make sure its clean.”
usconcepts, 18 Jul 2013 | Read review
“Cabins are smaller but comfy (6 bunks per) However, why would you want to stay inside while in P-Town./ Cabins have a nice camp feel to them/ Cheap enough to pay an extra night so you don't have to check out in the morning.”
153KevinS, 26 Jun 2012 | Read review
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