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The Top 5 Lighthouses You Can Spend The Night In
California’s HI-Pigeon Point Lighthouse Hostel in Pescadero features three rental units that each sleep up to 15 people, and an average nightly cost may be around $150 for a double room and $260 for a multi-bed unit. This setup has a common area, a shared kitchen, bunk beds, a game room, a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean, and much more.
The Wings Neck Lighthouse in Cape Cod was rebuilt in 1889 and has a beautiful cottage that sleeps up to eight and has three bedrooms and a full kitchen, as well as an ocean view and a private rocky beach. Depending on the time of year, weekly rates range from $3,000 to $7,000.
Michigan’s Big Bay Point Lighthouse overlooks Lake Superior, and you might even get a glimpse of the Northern Lights. There are plenty of outdoor activities to do during your stay, and the cozy two-story building with its adjoining 60-foot tower features seven bedrooms ranging from $200 to $400 per night.
The Haig Point Lighthouse in Daufuskie Island, South Carolina, is a Victorian-style structure with a 19th century interior, traditional wooden furniture, and hardwood flooring, and it goes for $500 a night. The house sleeps up to four with two bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms, a kitchen, dining room, and a porch with rocking chairs — and it may even be haunted.
Sequim, Washington’s New Dungeness Lighthouse’s cost per week is about $450 for adults and $225 for children. The house sleeps up to eight people with three queen and two twin beds, and the home is very cozy with comfy sofas and a kitchen that has a black and white checkered floor and a wood island block.