Guest Lighthouse by the Sea

blograce The brick Fog Whistle House at Race Point Lighthouse has been renovated as a two bedroom weekly Vacation Rental. The Whistle House is a new opening for the 2007 season and will be available from July 28 to Sep 8.

Since 1997, the Keeper’s House at Race Point Light has been a overnight guest house operated by the American Lighthouse Foundation. Guests need to pack their own linens, towels, food and water and Reservations are required.

The secluded Lighthouse, located 2-miles from Race Point Beach, Provincetown, Massachusetts, is perfect for relaxing or watching whales and dolphins from the nearby Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.

In addition, public tours of Race Point Lighthouse are open for visitors (non-guests) every first and third Saturday from May to October for four hours, 10:00am to 2:00pm.

The current 45-feet high brick lined conical cast iron Lighthouse exhibits a Flashing White Light every 10 seconds illuminated by a solar-powered Vega VRB-25 Aerobeacon 41-feet above sea level to a range of 16 nautical miles.

For more information about overnight accommodations in the Keeper’s house or weekly vacations in the Whistle House, please visit the Cape Cod Chapter of the American Lighthouse Foundation for Race Point Light.

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For more information about Race Point Lighthouse, please click on the photo of this post.

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For Map Directions, please visit the Google Map of Race Point Light

For information about other Lighthouse Lodging available in New England, please visit New England Lighthouse Lodging.

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About Debbie Dolphin

Lighthouse author and photographer living in New England

Posted on July 20, 2007, in Lodging and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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