Built by the retiring Lighthouse Keeper in 1929 and bought from the Lightkeeper's daughter in 1988 to become the Lightkeepers Guest House
Lightkeepers Guest House on beautiful Ocracoke Island, NC in the Cape Hatteras National Seashore
There’s a change in the wind ...
After 25 years of continuousbusiness, The Lightkeepers Guest House is slowing down. The transition to a quieter pace at the Guest House in 2014 was a great success. Though we are clearly still in business, we found that having smaller groups of visitors who want a quiet, friendly stay on Ocracoke to be exactly what the Guest House needed. Fewer people equals less wear and tear. For those who have been our loyal friends over the years, this is an open invitation to return to the Lightkeepers Guest House when you need some time to sit on the porch and enjoy a few peaceful moments with your friends.
There will still always be some blocks of time available for those who want to return, although the house will never be loaded to full capacity again. Groups of 8 can rent the whole house and the rooms will only be for two people, yes, even the cupola room. (with a two night minimum stay). So if you want to revisit the Lightkeepers, contact Ruth (firstname.lastname@example.org) to see when you might rent a room as the calendar for availability is no longer online.
We want to thank everyone who has shared in our love of the island and the Lightkeepers Guest House. You have been wonderful guests and have left us with only good memories.
Many Blessings, Ruth and Ken
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