Sunday, July 10, 2011
Well, plan to stay at Gabriel’s at the Ashbrooke Inn next time you’re in Provincetown and you’ll be able to experience a heavenly oasis amidst the high-energy of P-town. Gabriel’s historic inn provides guests with the thoughtfulness and care of a B&B, the luxuries of a five-star hotel, and the comfort of home.
Not to mention, a stay at Gabriel’s means indulging in the delicious breakfasts cooked by the wonderful chef Jean (for those of you worried about swim-suit season I’ve heard that Gabriel’s has scrumptious fresh fruit cups). Oh, and we think it’s pretty cool that Gabriel’s is the oldest woman-owned, continuously run B&B in the country.
True2o is proud to say that this charming P-town B&B was one of our first partners for our campaign to reduce plastic trash.
Today I had the opportunity to talk with the lovely ladies of Gabriel’s, Jean, Elizabeth G. and Elizabeth Anne, on the pleasant little patio behind the inn (which would be an excellent place to spend the afternoon soaking up the sun and reading a good novel). I also got to experience the graciousness of the Gabriel’s ladies first-hand: not only did they make sure that I had a hot cup of coffee but they offered me one of Jean’s absolutely delicious carrot and raisin bran muffins (yum!).
As a volunteer for Wild Care, Cape Cod’s emergency wildlife clinic, Elizabeth B. has witnessed first-hand how plastic trash can injure native wild life—particularly birds that ingest plastic trash or get caught in plastic trash. Since disposable plastic bottles account for much of the plastic trash littering our planet, the ladies of Gabriel’s found True2o to be “a wonderful, green idea” and have given us their full support in our attempt to reduce the volume of plastic trash in P-town in this summer.
We’d like to congratulate Gabriel’s on taking a truly courageous step towards changing the way we consume water on the go. Make sure to plan a visit to Gabriel’s if you’re looking for a peaceful inn that is only seconds away from some of the best restaurants and shops in town.
by Zoe Kerrigan of True2o
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