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In association with Trinity House, Rural Retreats is pleased to present Lizard Lighthouse. Located on the Southern-most tip of mainland Britain, the six adjacent cottages of Lizard Lighthouse present guests with dazzling scenery and coastal walks right on the doorstep. Rare and beautiful flora and fauna make this cliff top location particularly special. The nearby Lizard Village provides shops, restaurants and a friendly pub only a short ¼ mile distance away.
Lizard Lighthouse is a fully working lighthouse, first established in 1619. The distinctive two white towers that it is known for today were built in 1751 by private entrepreneur Thomas Fonnereau, and first lit on 22 August of that year. Trinity House gained control of the lights in 1771 and continues to look after its operation to this day. It became electrified in 1924 and then fully automated in 1998. It has a 26 mile light range and an automatic 3 mile fog signal if conditions are misty.
Please be aware, this site is open to the public for lighthouse tours. If you are interested in arranging a tour, please click here for further information or call 01326 290202.
This holiday cottage at a glance
- Sleeps six guests.
- Three bedrooms, a double and two twins.
- One en-suite shower room, one family bathroom.
- Sorry, no pets.
- Enclosed courtyard.
- Parking for two cars.
- Minimum stay of two nights.
- Coastal walks right on the doorstep
- The only cottage at Lizard Lighthouse with access to the unused West Tower.
- Guests can climb the 32 stone spiral steps to make the most of the magnificent sea views.
- Electric oven/hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave.
- TV and DVD player.
Attractions and amenities
- The property is ideally situated within the Lizard Peninsular, ideal for places like St. Michael’s Mount, St. Ives, Mousehole, Newlyn, Penzance and The Helford River.
- Visit the world famous Lands End.
- Enjoy a trip to the historic St Michael’s Mount.
- For a great family day out visit the Tate St Ives.
- There are an abundance of small seaside towns with a wealth of teashops, cafes, independent shops and restaurants.
- Visit the English Heritage properties of St Mawes and Pendennis Castles.