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The 3 bedroom cottage accommodates a maximum of 6 people; the 2 bedroom cottages accommodate a maximum of 5 people.Located in Beach Point, the cottages are 2 miles from the center of Provincetown which is easily accessible by foot, car, bike or shuttle bus.About the Tobermory & District Chamber of Commerce - In Business for You The Tobermory & District Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary association of business men and women who have joined together to advance the economic and social well-being of the community.You can contact us at 519-596-2452 or by e-mail at .The Chamber works to act as a resource centre for new businesses and tourism and as an active representative on several community initiatives.The Tobermory & District Chamber of Commerce creates opportunities for our members to learn, meet other business people and to do business with one another.This is accomplished with networking events such as; Welcome Back Wine and Cheese, workshops, trade shows and more.The Chamber of Commerce operates the Tourist Information Centre and the Chi-Cheemaun Information Centre at the Ferry Terminal, hosts an Annual General Meeting, hosts the Community Events Calendar on our website and partners with other associations, tourism offices and chambers to promote the Northern Bruce Peninsula community.

He said USA Rail is creating infrastructure with the flexibility to accommodate all types of rail cargo.The Tobermory & District Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for our business members.The Chamber represents our businesses at the municipal and regional levels.Guy & Luis formerly of the Black Pearl Inn offer three rooms in their home for nightly or weekly guests.We are located near the center of town and easy walking distance to the harbor beaches, gallery district and nightlife spots.597 Waterfront Apartments, located on Commercial Street in Provincetown’s historic East End, is the perfect place to spend your next vacation.The facility will handle unit train shipments as well as single-car loads, officials said.

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