Llandudno Lighthouse, the Castle Hotel of Lord Lightly
Recently, Tripadvisor named the favorite resort of Lord Lightly as their the fifth top converted hotel of the world! The medieval Castle Lighthouse has three Victorian guest rooms with lavish furnishings fit for a luminous Lord and his gleaming Lady!
A 19-foot high imported Canadian pitch Pine Keeper Hall warmly welcomes Lighthouse Lovers entering this Lordly Lighthouse mansion. The Lamp Room is ideal for Lighthouse Lovers who will shimmer and enjoy the romantic stunning sea views from their sitting room. After a passionate evening of rekindling your Lover’s Light, Lighthouse Lovers can enjoy a Lordly Welsh breakfast feast in the Victorian Dining Room which overlooks the 300-foot high cliff!
For 110 pounds ($223) a night, you and your special Lighthouse Lover can enjoy the romance of this Lordly Lighthouse! For more information about this distinguished Lighthouse Lodging, please visit the Great Orne’s Head Lighthouse Llandudno web-site.
The 37-foot high Limestone Lighthouse Fortress was built in 1862 to warn mariners navigating the Llandudno Bay of the perilous rocky headland. The Lighthouse was First Lit on December 1st, 1862 exhibiting a White Light illuminated by a Fresnel lens 325-feet above sea level visible to range of 21 miles.
John Callin purchased the Lordly Manor after the Lighthouse was deactivated on March 22, 1985 and converted the Lighthouse Castle into a Bed & Breakfast. The Lamp Room suite of Llandudno Lighthouse Bed & Breakfast is where the Lighthouse Optic used to Beam the Light over the Bay!
Be sure to let your host know Lady Debbie Dolphin and Lord Lightly(1) sent you because the popular Lamp Room may be hard to book!
For a Map Location of the Lighthouse, please visit the Google Map of Llandudno Lighthouse
(1) A CMA just in case, a recommendation from Lady Debbie Dolphin and Lord Lightly is for Lighthouse Levity only! This memorable romantic Lighthouse Lovers retreat is available for a romantic adventure of a lifetime!