We live in a quiet, relaxing, rather remote location, and offer accommodation to match. Our B&B maintains this quiet atmosphere and therefore only accepts older children of 13 years and over. Families with younger children are most welcome in a hostel family room or a self-catering apartment, which while still generally peaceful, can be busier at times.
If you are staying in our modern home for Bed & Breakfast, just come and go as you please, and help yourself to the maps, books, DVDs, videos and Sky TV. Hot drinks with real milk are always available 24 hours a day, and we serve a full cooked breakfast (including the vegetarian sausages and bacon option) between 8am and 10am so you can have a lie-in if you like. For the very early birds there will be self-service cereals, toast, and drinks available.
For our hostellers staying in the 1892 granite lightkeepers block, we can provide a free breakfast kit on request if you have forgotten to bring yours. It comprises an individual box of cereal, milk, fruit juice, and a drinking yoghurt, and at least gets your day off to a good start.
For self-catering guests also in the 1892 building, you receive a welcome food pack to cover the first night's basics until you can get to the shops to stock up for your stay.
The lawn surrounds the buildings and extends to one and a half acres, so there is plenty of room for little ones to run around, whether they have two or four legs, or even three as in the case of one previous guest! The large sweeping drive has plenty of room for parking.
We sincerely hope you will feel at home whichever accommodation option you choose, but please let us know if there is anything we can help you with.
our holiday are lightkeepes accommodation with two bedrooms, lounge, small corner kitchen and a shower room. One has a double bedroom and a bunkroom with two setd of bunkbeds sleeping four and has all bunkbeds sleeping a total of eight.
Double and four bunks: £490.
Eight bunks: £490.