Spend A Magical Night In This Texas Lighthouse With A Secret Room And 4th-Floor Observatory

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If you’ve ever wanted to know how it feels to be royalty, this castle-like Airbnb in Texas has your name written all over it. Located in Johnson City, The Lighthouse at Lighthouse Hill Ranch is a 3,500-square-foot VRBO rental that sleeps up to 15 guests and features a 4th-floor observatory and secret room. The sweeping Hill Country views from this lighthouse rental in Texas are just icing on the cake!

Check out this YouTube video by Lighthouse Hill Ranch, Texas for a virtual tour of The Lighthouse:

The nightly rate for The Lighthouse is around $700, but remember, it sleeps up to 15 guests. Split evenly, that comes out to under $50 per person! Visit the official listing of The Lighthouse at Lighthouse Hill VRBO to learn more and book your stay at this glorious lighthouse rental in Texas.

Would you stay in this enchanting Lighthouse? If so, would you go looking for the secret room? Tell us your thoughts in the comments section below, then check out this article about a castle VRBO in Texas.

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Address: Lighthouse Hill Ranch, Inc., 787 Mountain Top Rd, Johnson City, TX 78636, USA
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October 03, 2022

What is another magical place to stay in Texas?

If The Lighthouse VRBO rental has you seeing stars in your eyes (literally, because, you know, it has its own observatory!), then you'll want to check out this epic castle in Texas Hill Country. Spanning 14,000 square feet, this authentic, Old World-inspired castle overlooks the pristine Lake LBJ in the world-famous Texas Hill Country region. Burnet Castle, as it's known, sleeps up to 12 guests in six bedrooms. Each room has a different color scheme, along with antique furniture pieces that will whisk you back to Medieval times.

Are there many lighthouses in Texas?

You might be surprised to learn that there are actually many well-known lighthouses in Texas. Though the Lone Star State is known for its desert expanses and big open skies, Texas has a rather long coastline that's home to numerous beaches,  lighthouses, and other points of interest. Lydia Ann Lighthouse is a famous Texas lighthouse; located just off the Redfish Bay Causeway on Texas 361, Lydia Ann Lighthouse is the only lighthouse on the Texas Coast that operates 24 hours a day. Although privately owned, it can be viewed from offshore in all its glory.

Point Bolivar is arguably the most famous lighthouse in Texas; it endured over 150 years of erosion before becoming entirely black. It's rumored to be haunted, making it the perfect destination to visit during October. It survived the devastating 1900 hurricane and even served as a shelter for 125 people. A trip here will teach you much about the rich history of the Texas Gulf Coast.