Lighthouse holiday homes in stunning locations
Fancy staying in a lighthouse property? The Irish Landmark Trust (ILT) manages some of our magnificent lighthouse properties as self-catering holiday accommodation.
The accommodation is of high quality and surrounded by stunning seascapes and landscapes: spectacular, panoramic views, dramatic cliffs, seabirds and wild flowers. Havens of peace to refresh and inspire.
Blackhead, Co. Antrim
At the northern entrance to Belfast Lough, two semi-detached lightkeepers' houses are available as visitor accommodation. The spectacular views of Belfast Lough, from this cliff facing site, are breathtaking. These houses are a short walk from the village of Whitehead and only a short drive to Belfast.
Loop Head, Co. Clare
The detached former Principal Keeper’s house, available as visitor accommodation, is surrounded by cliffs, Atlantic surf, seabirds and wild flowers. All the spectacular appeal of the rugged west coast, with dramatic cliffs sculpted by Atlantic storms. Rock ledges and caves are home to seabirds and seals.
Wicklow Head, Co. Wicklow
Photograph courtesy of Irish Landmark Trust.
Just south of Wicklow Town, the octagonal lighthouse tower dates from 1781 but was struck by lightning in 1836 and gutted in the ensuing fire. It was renovated in the 1990s for visitor accommodation. A peace-seeker's haven with inspiring views of the Irish Sea.