Looking to get in touch with the artist within? Why not check out a vacation rental with some certified artiness? This three bedroom Truro cottage was painted by Edward Hopper in 1931 as "Captain Kelly's House." Built 160-200 years ago, the house on a "magical setting, overlooking Pamet Harbor" no doubt inspired a few others to break out the brushes as well. Yours for $2,200 a week.
· Listing: Peaceful Solitude w/ Historic Charm [AirBnB]
If it's your inner scribe that you're wanting to let loose, look no further than Ribbons, a Provincetown rental where word has it Tennessee Williams penned much of "A Street Car Named Desire" and "The Glass Menagerie." The 1,000 sq. ft. two bedroom sleeps four and is available weekly, but looks booked solid for quite some time.
· Listing: 73.5 Commercial Street, Provincetown [3 Harbors Realty]
Here's a Ptown apartment that "has been home to many well-know artists over the years." The listing doesn't get more specific, but as far as we're concerned, Eugene O'Neill, Norman Mailer and Mark Rothko are all options for dinner party bragging. The one bedroom, one bath is available nightly from $112, with a two night minimum.
· Listing: Artist's Secluded Hideaway Retreat [AirBnB]