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Race Point Lighthouse

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Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The light-keepers or "Keeper' picks you and guests up in town then takes you two miles to this majestic place, beautiful views and nothing but peaceful, no tv no radio just get back to nature , water just a few steps away , great for watching whales seals birds ,nature and people .you stay in the guest house or the...

fishkill, ny
Reviewed 16 November 2016

My sister and I stayed here and it was absolutely awesome. The sunrise and sunset views were spectacular and the lighthouse is outstanding. There are trails to walk and whales and seals to see. The voluntary lighthouses keepers who stayed with us and gave us the lighthouse tour were absolutely terrific. I recommend a visit to this lighthouse and nearby...

Thank bravefilius
Reviewed 15 May 2016 via mobile

Visited for free! Free parking! Access to the lighthouse! Definitely come do this next year. One day a year only can you enter the lighthouse. It was gorgeous, and the view blows me away. I am hoping to book a stay in the future at the house to enjoy this gorgeous location at length.

Thank Joshua S
Reviewed 11 October 2013

My wife and I stayed two nights for our 1 year anniversary. What a trip! You bring your own food, water, and linens but its worth it. Great views all around you and you are seconds from the beach. There is a caretaker at the house but they are there to make sure all is well, they don't do any...

2Thank J R
Springfield, Massachusetts
Reviewed 6 October 2013

You bring your own water, food, and linens. It's a little like camping in that sense, because there is no television either. There is soooo much history to it, soooo much beauty, and soooo much peace. It is such a unique experience, heading out in the Suburban across the dunes, watching for whales, staying in a keepers house that is...

3Thank Steeduslopeedus
Reviewed 3 September 2013 via mobile

What a great experience! Keepers are very friendly, accomodating, and a wealth of great local info. Hubby spent the time fishing and I spent it reading. We have an over sand permit so we also spent time exploring. The area is so peaceful and quiet. Our room had great views of the lighthouse and the airport. One word of warning...

2Thank jg_59tls
Reviewed 9 July 2013

I built our entire road trip from Indiana to Cape Cod around staying here and we were not disappointed. First of all, our volunteer lighthouse keepers were the best. A couple with three grown sons, they were delightful to talk to/live with for our stay. Upon arrival, they took us up to the lighthouse and showed my young children how...

1Thank turistaamericana
boston, ma
Reviewed 4 August 2012

Took the ferry from Boston. Jim the Keeper picked me up at the ferry in P-Town. On the way to the lighthouse, Jim stopped so I could get some provisions. After a twenty minute ride through the dunes you come across the lighthouse, keeper's house, and whistle house. Families can rent out the whistle house. I toured it, it is...

3Thank paulfromboston
Reviewed 27 July 2011

I was searching for a place to stay on the Friday night before Memorial Day Weekend. We were already booked into a hotel in Provincetown for the rest of the following week but they did not have accommodations available for us on Friday. Lucky for us I found the lighthouse and gave them a call - how surprised was I...

6Thank nala22
Reviewed 9 July 2010

This is a very short walk away from the beach, about as close as you can get on Cape Cod. Amazing views of the dunes. Not another place in sight. It is very rustic so do not expect luxury at all. We rented all three bedrooms for family, which was ideal. They rent the bedrooms separately but you have to...

4Thank c_lineBoston

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One-night stays are available in the lightkeeper's lodgings of this historic lighthouse. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Race Point Lighthouse

Address: PO Box 570, North Truro, MA 02652-0570
Region: United States > Massachusetts > Cape Cod > North Truro
Number of rooms: 3
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Race Point Lighthouse North Truro, Cape Cod, MA
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“There are 3 rooms upstairs. The biggest room sleeps 5 and overlooks the water.”
bravefilius, 16 Nov 2016 | Read review
“Blue room is the cheapest and smallest ~ views of the lighthouse and the sunset. Green room is the largest ~ views of the ocean, sunset. Yellow room is the most popular I believe, with views of the ptown monument, sunrise, ocean, and lighthouse. There are no bad rooms”
Steeduslopeedus, 6 Oct 2013 | Read review
“My family of four was able to stay in a room with two queen beds and a twin bed.”
turistaamericana, 9 Jul 2013 | Read review
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