10 Lighthouses You Can Actually Rent

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Heceta Head Lighthouse, Oregon

Keeping a Lighthouse can get lonely, which is why many lighthouses built prominent keepers’ houses so that the person running it could invite buddies who wanted a place to stay. At Heceta Head Lighthouse, the house has been converted into a bed and breakfast with six rooms to accommodate 15 guests per night. The price range varies by room and the time of the season.

The views are striking, set atop a cliff on the Oregon Coast, where waves crash into the rocks as you dig into some barbeque on the house’s front porch. The lighthouse still operates, and the light has been called the “strongest in Oregon.” So, maybe pack a sleeping mask if you’re looking for a well-rested weekend!

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