Stay in a lighthouse: England’s 5 best

From cool transformations to comfortable bungalows, there are a lot of spots to channel your inward beacon guardian.

Looker Tout Lighthouse, East Sussex

An affectionately changed over nineteenth century beacon roosted on the immaculate pale white precipices of Beachy Head, only west of Eastbourne, with 360-degree perspectives of the English Channel. The Belle Tout blends present day extravagances with a one of a kind setting – truly on the very edge of England’s south drift. Each exertion has been made to keep the first elements of the beacon – the light space for instance is lit blue around evening time and accompanies a telescope to help you keep an eye on passing boats. From £155; rests 12.

Argus Cottage, Cornwall

Argus is one of two occasion bungalows accessible at Pendeen Lighthouse, with an emotional area on a stone headland on the north Cornwall drift, inside a Site of Special Scientific Interest and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The South West Coast Path goes round the headland, through Cornwall’s most established mining zones. While remaining at the cabin, you might be sufficiently fortunate to spot seals on the stones beneath the beacon headland, and also an assortment of seabirds. Inside, everything is on one level, and has been enhanced to coordinate the tones of the ocean outside. . From £81; rests three.