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When booking the trip they are very helpful, it changes when you arrive. I was told my bike could be put inside but the boat operator looked at me like I was asking for the moon. I had told them I am a vegetarian and...More
At the end of the day we enjoyed our overall experience at the Inn. The weather cooperated and we were able to spend our time exploring the island and watching whales breech in the cove. Ed, the host, who also took us back and forth...More
The reviews written by Mississauga, Lori P and Cindy relate most of our feelings. Our transfer on the BOAT, ie Zodiac , was most unpleasant, and the driver, Angus, most arrogant! Would never recommend this place to anyone. I am sure there are other places...More
I'm very conflicted in writing this review, and agree with many of the comments posted before me. If you want a unique experience of being close to Mother Nature, then yes, go for it. Isolated, quiet, with great views of the sea, amazing rock formations,...More
The setting of this accommodation is so beautiful. The hiking gives views to die for and the experience very unique. They could up their game by providing much better service. We stayed in the smaller house and that was a pain. The room did not...More
2 Thank Lori P
Response from Quirpon, Manager at Quirpon Lighthouse InnResponded 20 September 2017
Dear Lori P,
Thank you for your feedback on our Lighthouse Inn. We appreciate all concerns so we can ensure something like that does not happen again. We are sorry you did not fully enjoy your time on the Island, but hope one day you...More
One night is definitely not enough. We stayed 2 nights on two different trips and then 3 nights on our latest visit. There are no check in/out times per se......you go when the boat goes. As I recall they take you to the... More
One night is definitely not enough. We stayed 2 nights on two different trips and then 3 nights on our latest visit. There are no check in/out times per se......you go when the boat goes. As I recall they take you to the island around 4 p.m., but you can get there earlier if they are taking out supplies or dropping off people. Leaving the island is at about 930 or 1000 a.m.