The UK's Best Lighthouse Hotels



Lighthouse hotels may offer the ultimate way to experience a break on the British coast line, from isolated romantic getaways to structures located in the centre of some of Britain’s busiest seaside resorts there is bound to be a lighthouse style hotel to suite your needs and budget.

So weather you’re a committed lighthouse fan, looking to create a romantic coastal break or simply looking for an unusual hotel, check out these lighthouse stay ways:
Lizard Lighthouse Hotel Wolf Rock – Lizard Lighthouse : A chance not only to stay in a lighthouse but also the most southerly point of the UK mainland.

The original lighthouse dates back to 1619 however, current buildings were built from 1752 onwards. The lighthouse offers a number of self catering rental options with prices ranging from £437 low season up to around £1,200 in the height of summer.

The Lighthouse Llandudno : The lighthouse at Llandudno takes on more the form of a fortress than a classical light house. Rooms are available on nightly basis with three attractive options available including, the Keeper’s Suite with its four poster bed and en suite facilities, the Telegraph Room, a double room with sea views and the Lamp Room, where the beacon shone from until 1985.

West Usk Lighthouse : West Usk Lighthouse with views over the Severn and Usk estuaries is the ideal place to stay if taking a trip to the Newport area. The lighthouse was decommissioned in 1922 and restored into its current format as a hotel as recently as 1987. Guests enjoy “wedge” shaped rooms on a B&B basis for between £130-£160 per night based upon two people sharing. There are also single rooms available for between £75 and £110 per night. The B&B also offers a range of spa treatments at reasonable prices.

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