Saugerties Lighthouse is located in Saugerties, New York, about an hour south of Albany and two hours north of Manhattan.
Two second-floor bedrooms are available at this lighthouse bed and breakfast, each with a double bed. The windows of the West Room face south down the Hudson River and west towards the Catskills. The larger room is the East Room, with windows looking east onto the Hudson River. Two cots are available upon request to accommodate additional guests and children in the East Room.
Rooms are only available Thursday through Sunday nights; no rooms are available in February. Rooms are in high demand and are often reserved over a year in advance. The per-night rate is $200 for double accommodations; each additional guest in the East Room is $40 per night.
Breakfast is provided for overnight guests at Saugerties Lighthouse. Kitchen facilities and an outdoor barbecue grill are available to prepare other meals, or guests can visit area restaurants.
A bathroom on the first floor is shared by all of the lighthouse guests. The bathroom features a sink and a shower with hot and cold running water; a composting toilet is used since the lighthouse is far from the municipal sewage system.
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Purchased by the Saugerties Lighthouse Conservancy for $1, this restored 1869 lighthouse now welcomes guests nearly year-round. The renovations included 10,000 new bricks and countless hours of volunteer work.
Guests are not permitted to bring hair dryers and some other electric devices since electricity is in short supply here. Also, arrival and departure times must be planned carefully because the nature trail that leads to the lighthouse may be covered by water during high tides.
The trail to the lighthouse is open to the public from sunrise to sunset. During daylight hours, B&B guests share the use of outside facilities with the public. The interior of the lighthouse is reserved for bed and breakfast guests except during scheduled tours on summer weekends, noon to 3 p.m.