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To see what amenities each room offers, see our rooms below. We are a completely non-smoking and pet-free property. We do offer complementary on-site parking and transfers between the inn and the Provincetown Airport or the MacMillan Pier. In light of the COVID virus, we want to reassure guests that we have enhanced our normal cleaning processes to reduce the risk of transmission.
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In Franny, The Queen of Provincetown, John Preston created one of his most memorable characters from the more than 30 books he authored or edited over his storied career. Franny is a proud, protective friend to the gay men of Provincetown, Massachusetts, as they fight their battles against self-hatred and ostracism. Haunted by the loss of his first love, Franny vows never to let fear and anger consume those who are treated differently for who they are. It's Franny's goal to ensure that there is a place in the world for everyone who feels they do not belong.
In , two years before receiving his own HIV-positive diagnosis, poet and writer Dennis Rhodes wrote a series of candid letters to New York psychotherapist David Bloom. They remain relevant today. I love straight people; they're so obvious! With that line, Tiffany Jones, the wisecracking, lip-synching drag queen from Texas, would open his rollicking cocktail show at the Madeira Room in Provincetown.