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North Truro, MA, United States
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Sandbars Inn
9.7 Excellent
570 Shore Road, North Truro, MA, United States
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2.4 mi from city centre, North Truro 
ExcellentBased on 1 review
9.7

Sandbars Inn is located in North Truro and offers free Wi-Fi. It also features a terrace.

Blue Sea Motor Inn
7.8 Good
696 Shore Road, Route 6a, North Truro, MA, United States
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3.0 mi from city centre, North Truro 
GoodBased on 410 reviews
7.8

Blue Sea Motor Inn features a Jacuzzi and a private beach, as well as rooms with refrigerators. Popular amenities, such as free Wi-Fi and an indoor pool, make for a satisfying stay in North Truro.

Dune Crest Hotel
8.0 Excellent
535 Route 6, North Truro, MA, United States
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1.0 mi from city centre, North Truro 
ExcellentBased on 559 reviews
8.0

Within a 55-minute car ride of Barnstable Municipal Airport, Outer Reach Resort provides an outdoor pool and complimentary wireless internet. It also features meeting rooms and a vending machine.

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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:August
Average price in North Truro:$202/night
Cheapest price found:$89/night
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Most expensive day:Sunday
$102 - $320
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$122 - $294
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About North Truro

Overlooking Cape Cod Bay, North Truro is a seaside village surrounded by the Cape Cod National Seashore. It is home to Massachusetts’s oldest links golf course, as well as a lighthouse that has guided ships along the coast since the mid-19th century.

Things to do

Golfers can test their skills on the Highland Links, a 9-hole course founded in the 1890s that is one of the most popular in Cape Cod. Perched atop windswept bluffs, it draws on Scottish tradition with its deep natural rough and surrounding heathland. The Highland Links forms part of the Truro Highlands Historic District and offers spectacular views across the Atlantic Ocean.

Also within the district is the Highland Light Station, a Queen Anne-style lighthouse that replaced two earlier towers when it was built in 1857. In 1996, it was moved 135 metres inland from the eroding cliff to its current position. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it features a small museum within its charming keeper’s house.

North Truro is a popular base for exploring Provincetown, which was established on the site of the Mayflower’s landing in 1620. It is clustered with art galleries, restaurants and specialty boutiques housed within its photogenic old clapboard houses. Not to miss is the 76-metre-high Pilgrim Monument, which was inspired by Siena’s Torre del Mangia. The adjacent Provincetown Museum is packed with exhibits detailing the settlement’s early years.

Getting around

North Truro is a 10-minute drive from Provincetown and an hour from Cape Cod Gateway Airport, which has flights to destinations across the East Coast. The much larger Boston Logan International Airport is just over two hours away. Renting a car is the most convenient way of getting to and around North Truro.

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Overlooking Cape Cod Bay, North Truro is a seaside village surrounded by the Cape Cod National Seashore. It is home to Massachusetts’s oldest links golf course, as well as a lighthouse that has guided ships along the coast since the mid-19th century.

Things to do in North Truro

Golfers can test their skills on the Highland Links, a 9-hole course founded in the 1890s that is one of the most popular in Cape Cod. Perched atop windswept bluffs, it draws on Scottish tradition with its deep natural rough and surrounding heathland. The Highland Links forms part of the Truro Highlands Historic District and offers spectacular views across the Atlantic Ocean.

Also within the district is the Highland Light Station, a Queen Anne-style lighthouse that replaced two earlier towers when it was built in 1857. In 1996, it was moved 135 metres inland from the eroding cliff to its current position. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it features a small museum within its charming keeper’s house.

North Truro is a popular base for exploring Provincetown, which was established on the site of the Mayflower’s landing in 1620. It is clustered with art galleries, restaurants and specialty boutiques housed within its photogenic old clapboard houses. Not to miss is the 76-metre-high Pilgrim Monument, which was inspired by Siena’s Torre del Mangia. The adjacent Provincetown Museum is packed with exhibits detailing the settlement’s early years.

Getting around North Truro

North Truro is a 10-minute drive from Provincetown and an hour from Cape Cod Gateway Airport, which has flights to destinations across the East Coast. The much larger Boston Logan International Airport is just over two hours away. Renting a car is the most convenient way of getting to and around North Truro.

  • What are the best hotels in North Truro?

    Kalmar Village & Tradewinds is a very popular hotel in North Truro with a score of 7.7 from 85 reviews. Horizons Beach Resort (8.9 from 129 reviews) and Beachfront Condo With Sweeping Views. Pet Friendly. A/C and Free Wifi! (8.4 from 20 reviews) are also highly rated North Truro hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.