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Can you stay in a lighthouse?

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Can you stay in a lighthouse?

We are travelling from Australia and have just started exploring ideas for a holiday in New England States. I have seen lots of great photos of light houses on the Maine coastline. Are there any lighthouses that also have B&B style accomodation.

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1. Re: Can you stay in a lighthouse?

You can stay in the apartment at the keeper's house at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse:

http://www.bristolparks.org/apartment.htm

mainecoastcottages.com/cottageSnapShot.aspx…

It's an apartment rental, not a B&B.

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2. Re: Can you stay in a lighthouse?

Here's the place:

http://www.keepershouse.com/

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3. Re: Can you stay in a lighthouse?

DEFINITELY The Keeper's House! And staying on Isle au Haut will certainly give you the quintensencial Maine experience. No need to look any further.

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4. Re: Can you stay in a lighthouse?

Thanks. we will check it out

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5. Re: Can you stay in a lighthouse?

Thanks for the tip on keepershouse. Not sure if time will allow us to get to the Isle au Haut

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