Northern California October 11, 2018
Spend The Night At This Lighthouse In Northern California For The Dreamiest Getaway
There’s something undeniably magical about exploring our state’s lighthouses. Somehow, it always makes for the most spectacular adventure. We even compiled a
road trip to some of the very best lighthouses in Northern California. If you consider yourself a lighthouse enthusiast, chances are you probably know all about our famous Point Arena Lighthouse. This lighthouse is one of the most incredible our state has to offer. Visiting it for an hour or two is one thing, but spending an entire vacation here is another. You can do just that when you spend a few nights in one of the historic lodges located right next to the lighthouse. Can you think of a dreamier getaway than this? We didn’t think so!
Point Arena Lighthouse is one of Northern California's most magnificent icons. Located in Mendocino County, it stands at a stunning 115 feet high. This landscape is a photographer's dream come true and it's easy to see why. But did you know you can sleep here as well?
If you have yet to visit this iconic lighthouse, you'll want to plan a trip pronto. And while you're at it, consider spending a few nights in one of the Keeper's homes located right next to the lighthouse. All rentals include unlimited lighthouse museum and tower tours, and staying in them promises to be a dreamy getaway you'll remember for years to come.
You'll have several lodging options to choose from including the Assistant Keeper's homes (three bedroom, two bathroom), Head Keeper's House (one bedroom and one bathroom), and the Lighthouse Keeper's Apartment. The apartment is ideal for two people and is a great destination for your next romantic getaway.
Each cabin is cozily decorated and will make you feel at home from the moment you step through the door. In fact, you may just find yourself considering moving into one of these cabins permanently! If only...
Spend your days exploring and learning all about one of Northern California's most incredible lighthouses. The lighthouse was constructed in 1870, although it had to be rebuilt after the 1906 earthquake. A non-profit took over in 1984 and continues to operate the lighthouse to this day.
The museum contains everything you could ever need to know about the lighthouse. One of the museum's highlights is the display of the old light that used to be inside of the lighthouse. In person it looks absolutely massive. They say the light from this thing can be seen from 21 miles away!
Of course, the top of the lighthouse should be one of your main priorities. The spiral staircase traverses approximately 100 feet in elevation but the view is so worth it.
Make your next getaway a unique adventure that you can't have anywhere else. Escape to one of these lighthouse cabins where you can soak up the wonderful sights and sounds of the ocean right outside your door. For more information, visit the Point Arena Lighthouse website
What do you think? Will you be planning your next vacation in one of these lighthouse cabins? Be sure to check out the
Remnants Of This Abandoned Lighthouse In Northern California for another unique lighthouse destination!