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We attended a wedding & reception here as well as rented a cottage on the property. It couldn't have been more perfect. You can swim on their beach or just chill on one of the many lounge chairs. There's an excellent free breakfast too. We're...More
We love this place second time there old world inn very small rooms but big enough I'm 6'2 the ceilings are 7 ft lol we had an upstairs room this time again very ahem cozy lol but truly it's like stepping back in time. My...More
Just had a 2 night stay at the Lighthouse Inn. Always thought it looked quaint and wanted to stay there so finally booked a trip. First of all, had beautiful weather, Thank God. If it wasn't there would be very little to do on the...More
This place is an over priced shack. Their idea of a king sized bed is two beds pushed together and it was the farthest thing from comfortable. The WiFi is nonexistent even though they try to pretend it is and give you a password. The...More
I was really looking forward to this stay as I grew up staying with family in the area and always wanted to try the Lighthouse Inn. As far as the location, it's fabulous. Right on the water, with beautiful ocean views. THAT is what you're...More
US$201 - US$317 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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There are plenty of lounge chairs on the property that are on the grassy area right before you hit the sand. When you want to take a dip you just walk down a ramp into the sand and you are basically at the waters edge... More
There are plenty of lounge chairs on the property that are on the grassy area right before you hit the sand. When you want to take a dip you just walk down a ramp into the sand and you are basically at the waters edge depending on the tide. That's why they don't keep the chairs directly in the sand.