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I like this place, old cape charm! Stayed for a wedding, the ceremony space was alright...it was by the water...but it was a little loud. The sinner was upstairs, nice space, reception was downstairs...kinda dark and closed off. The cabin we stayed in was nice,...More
Our last stay at the lighthouse inn was years ago when our kids were quite young. I was excited to go back. As I had fond memories. Overall it was a nice overnight except for a few issues. The towels were quite poor quality and...More
Did not know what to expect except the reviews sounded good. I guess I wasn’t expecting it to be as old as it was...now charming it is! The carpet in our room was old and dirty, tiny bathroom with not much room around the sink....More
We booked the Lighthouse Inn at the very last minute and didn't really know what to expect. We had booked one nights stay but extended it to two because we felt that one night wasn't enough to explore the facilities and nearby places.
I have stayed at the Lighthouse Inn at least a half dozen times and not only does it never get old but you will always meet someone staying there that has been going for years (or decades). I want to call it a secret of...More
There are plenty of lounge chairs on the property that are on the grassy area right before you hit the sand. When you want to take a dip you just walk down a ramp into the sand and you are basically at the waters edge... More
There are plenty of lounge chairs on the property that are on the grassy area right before you hit the sand. When you want to take a dip you just walk down a ramp into the sand and you are basically at the waters edge depending on the tide. That's why they don't keep the chairs directly in the sand.