Sleep In A Keeper’s House At Race Point Light Station In Massachusetts
With plenty of unique stays from fairy tale cottages to oceanside resorts, the Bay State is an ideal place for a getaway. But if you really want to get away to someplace remote and perhaps someplace with a bit of history, here’s your chance to sleep in a lighthouse keeper’s house in Massachusetts. This one-of-a-kind accommodation is a throwback to a different time and a relaxing place to stay.
Accommodations at Race Point Light Station are seasonal between early June and mid-November. You will also be given transportation to and from your accommodations or you may obtain an overland permit from the Cape Cod National Seashore to drive your own SUV.
Would you want to sleep in a lighthouse keeper’s house in Massachusetts? What is the most unique place you’ve spent the night in the state? Tell us in the comments! To learn more about booking a stay at either the Keeper’s House or the Whistle House at Race Point Light Station, visit the official website and Facebook page.
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