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Lighthouse rental England - 31 lighthouses

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Round Island
Rental from $604 Per night

Round Island

England, Cornwall, Helston 8 Sleeps, 8 Sleeps, (5 / 5 out of 1 review)

Wolf Rock
Rental from $588 Per night

Wolf Rock

England, Cornwall, Helston 6 Sleeps, 6 Sleeps, (5 / 5 out of 2 reviews)

Sevenstones
Rental from $526 Per night

Sevenstones

England, Cornwall, Helston 6 Sleeps, 6 Sleeps, (4.5 / 5 out of 2 reviews)

Godrevy
Rental from $526 Per night

Godrevy

England, Cornwall, Helston 6 Sleeps, 6 Sleeps, (5 / 5 out of 2 reviews)

Longships
Rental from $484 Per night

Longships

England, Cornwall, Helston 4 Sleeps, 4 Sleeps, (4.5 / 5 out of 2 reviews)

Bishop Rock
Rental from $484 Per night

Bishop Rock

England, Cornwall, Helston 4 Sleeps, 4 Sleeps, (5 / 5 out of 2 reviews)

Galatea Cottage
Rental from $718 Per night

Galatea Cottage

England, Yorkshire, Whitby 5 Sleeps, 5 Sleeps, (5 / 5 out of 3 reviews)

Brook Cottage
Rental from $211 Per night

Brook Cottage

England, Cornwall, Padstow 4 Sleeps, 4 Sleeps, (4.7 / 5 out of 3 reviews)

Beacon Cottage
Rental from $323 Per night

Beacon Cottage

England, Devon, Kingsbridge 6 Sleeps, 6 Sleeps, (4.5 / 5 out of 2 reviews)

Argus Cottage
Rental from $167 Per night

Argus Cottage

England, Cornwall, Penzance 3 Sleeps, 3 Sleeps, (5 / 5 out of 1 review)

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Average rating of England: 4.8 out of 5 based on 60 reviews.

Showing 1 to 10 of 31 lighthouses in England, with a total of 147 sleeps with prices ranging from NaN to NaN per night.

Lighthouses have been a part of the English coastline for centuries. They are tall structures that are built to guide ships and other vessels through dangerous waters. Many of these lighthouses are now operated by the coastguard or other organisations, but there are still some that are privately owned. These days, most lighthouses are automated, but there are a few that still require a human presence. Lighthouses are an important part of the maritime history of England and continue to play a vital role in keeping the coast safe.

 

The first lighthouse in England was built in the 12th century and was known as the Eddystone Lighthouse. This structure was destroyed and rebuilt several times over the centuries, with the current lighthouse dating back to 1882. The Eddystone Lighthouse is one of the most famous lighthouses in the world and is a Grade I listed building.

 

There are many other notable lighthouses in England, including the Longstone Lighthouse on the Isle of Portland, which dates back to 1609. The Lizard Lighthouse is another well-known lighthouse, which was first lit in 1619. This structure stands at a height of nearly 100 feet (30 metres) and is the oldest working lighthouse in Cornwall.

If you’re ever visiting England, be sure to keep an eye out for these iconic lighthouses!

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