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Lighthouse rental United Kingdom - 48 lighthouses

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The Lightkeepers Watch
Rental from $260 Per night

The Lightkeepers Watch

Wales, South Wales, Newport 2 Sleeps 2 Sleeps (New lighthouse, no reviews yet)

Round Island
Rental from $547 Per night

Round Island

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

Wolf Rock
Rental from $533 Per night

Wolf Rock

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

Sevenstones
Rental from $477 Per night

Sevenstones

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

Godrevy
Rental from $477 Per night

Godrevy

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

Longships
Rental from $439 Per night

Longships

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

Bishop Rock
Rental from $439 Per night

Bishop Rock

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

Eilean Sionnach Lighthouse Cottage - sleeps 8
Rental from $441 Per night

Eilean Sionnach Lighthouse Cottage - sleeps 8

Scotland, Isle Of Skye, Isleornsay 8 Sleeps 8 Sleeps (New lighthouse, no reviews yet)

Lighthouse cottage nr. 2
Rental from $359 Per night

Lighthouse cottage nr. 2

Scotland, Aberdeenshire, Aberdeen 5 Sleeps 5 Sleeps (New lighthouse, no reviews yet)

Stella Cottage
Rental from $184 Per night

Stella Cottage

Wales, Carmarthenshire, St. Donats 5 Sleeps, 5 Sleeps, (4.5 / 5 out of 2 reviews)

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Average rating of the United Kingdom: 4.8 out of 5 based on 96 reviews.

Showing 1 to 10 of 48 lighthouses in the United Kingdom, with a total of 230 sleeps with prices ranging from NaN to NaN per night.

Lighthouses have been a part of the United Kingdom's coastline for centuries. They are used to warn ships of danger and to guide them to safety. Today, there are over 500 lighthouses in the UK, and many of them are open to the public. Lighthouses are an important part of the UK's maritime history, and they continue to play a vital role in keeping our coastline safe. If you're ever near a lighthouse, be sure to take a look inside and learn about its fascinating past. Looking for a unique vacation spot? Why not visit one of the UK's many lighthouses? You can stay in a lighthouse keeper's cottage, go on guided tours, and even climb to the top of the lighthouse for breathtaking views.

Whether you're a maritime history buff or just looking for a unique vacation, a visit to a UK lighthouse is sure to be a memorable experience.


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