East Brother Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast is in Point Richmond, California, on top of an island in the strait separating San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. It is about 30 minutes from downtown San Francisco.
Five guest rooms, each with a queen-sized bed, are available at this Victorian lighthouse bed and breakfast. Four of the rooms are in the lighthouse itself; the fifth (Walter's Quarters) is more isolated in the fog signal building. Most of the rooms are available only for single-night stays. The exception is The Marin Room, which faces Mount Tamalpias.
Rates range from $284 to $415 per night, double occupancy. This lighthouse bed and breakfast's lowest rates are available from December to February.
A full breakfast is served every morning. The house specialty is Lighthouse French Toast Soufflé. In addition, guests are treated to a gourmet multi-course dinner.
In addition to dinner and breakfast, guests at this San Francisco area bed and breakfast can ejoy champagne and hors d'oeuvres upon arrival. A full tour of the island is also provided.
More About East Brother Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast:
East Brother Light Station has been an active lighthouse for more than 133 years. In the 1980s, the bed and breakfast was opened as a way to earn additional money for maintenance of the lighthouse and related facilities.
Guests meet a boat from East Brother at the Point San Pablo Yacht Harbor promptly at 4 p.m. Accessing the island requires guests to climb from a bobbing boat up a vertical ladder which ranges in height from 4 to 12 feet, depending on the tide.
Showers are available only for guests staying more than one night (and only one room is available for multi-night stays). All available fresh water on the island is collected in a 50,000-gallon cistern.