Provincetown hoteliers David Bowd and Kevin O’Shea are doing their part to inject a bit more personality into the local hotel scene. Their first property, the Salt House Inn, redefined the notion of a bed-and-breakfast with its white-on-white palette and straight-from-Brooklyn vibe. Their second property, the 14-room Eben House, has a similarly stylish aesthetic. The main inn is set in a 1776 captain’s house once owned by its namesake, Captain Eben Snow; there are also rooms in an adjoining carriage house and an 1850s Victorian. Rooms have a modern take on classic inn design, including claw-foot tubs set next to duvet-topped beds and whimsical paintings of the former owner and his family (did the real Captain Snow really wear makeup and chandelier earrings?).