On May 18, MA Governor Baker announced the state’s phased reopening plan. Short-term rentals are expected to be allowed in Phase 2, currently scheduled for June 8 at the earliest, depending on how Phase 1 goes.
Reservations are being canceled through June 8 and no further June reservations are being accepted at this time. PBV is working on our own reopening plan, reviewing the additional requirements by the State and Truro, and developing cleaning, sanitizing, and safety protocols. If your June reservation is affected, you will be contacted. Once a set plan is in place, it will be posted here and on our website.
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work through these unprecedented circumstances.
Updated: May 24, 2020
DEAR VALUED GUESTS,
If you are like most of us, you’ve been flooded by communications from organizations detailing their response to the Coronavirus. The families and management team at Pilgrim Beach Village are also taking steps to ensure the safety and health of our guests, to help everyone process their way through this uncertain time, and to try and ease any understandable anxiety.
In addition to offering clean and sanitized individual living units, sunshine, fresh ocean air, and 400 feet of uncrowded private beach, we are also making enhancements to our cleaning procedures and cancellation policy to help alleviate any concerns you may have.
First, we have a new manager, Paul Foley, who has an outstanding history of properly managing properties on the Cape and has excellent interpersonal skills.
In addition to the routine cleaning and sanitation that takes place between guests, our cleaning teams are following enhanced health and safety cleaning protocols, including:
- Use of hot steam and disinfectant cleaners in bathrooms, kitchens, on doorknobs, and other often-touched surfaces and high traffic areas
- Single-use disposable gloves worn by all cleaning personnel
- Sanitization of all laundry, deck furniture, grills, and common areas
For the duration of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, all reservations can be cancelled at no charge up to 72 hours before your scheduled arrival. Deposits will be refunded or transferred to the same week in the same unit for 2021. At this time, transferring your deposit is the only way to ensure a reservation for 2021 if you do need to cancel.
At some point, hopefully sooner rather than later, the world will return to normal. Throughout history, people have always risen to meet whatever challenges have been thrown their way – emerging stronger than ever. This seems especially inspirational to remember as 2020 marks the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s 1620 voyage to the New World where the Pilgrims first landed in what is now known as Provincetown, MA on Cape Cod.
In closing, please be assured that Pilgrim Beach Village remains firmly committed to offering you, as one of our most valued guests, a clean and healthy environment every time you visit. Nothing is more important to us.
Pilgrim Beach Village Family and Management Team
Pilgrim Beach Village
P.O. Box 83
North Truro, Massachusetts 02652
Units are available for rent from April 1 through the end of October. We are closed November 1 - March 31.
All units are rented from Saturday to Saturday (full week) from June 15 to Sept. 1.