West Point Lighthouse offers guests comfort, scenery and a sense of being part of Prince Edward Island’s heritage, right on the edge of Cedar Dunes Provincial Park. The refurbished lighthouse is one of the province’s most recognisable features and a small inn next to it offers contemporary accommodation in a truly unique setting. There are 11 rooms in the main Inn, each uniquely furnished to recreate the era of the light-keepers, and all with en suite bathroom, television, DVD player, air-conditioning and a small deck that looks out over the dunes and shoreline of the Northumberland Strait. Additionally there are two characterful rooms in the main lighthouse, above the museum:- the spacious Keeper’s Quarters, where the light-keeper’s family once resided, and the lofty Tower Room. A simple continental breakfast is included but rooms have a microwave and small refrigerator for additional catering. The Lighthouse Museum resides in the lower two floors of the lighthouse building and there is a small craft shop next door, both of which are popular attractions in summer.
Please note that there are no shops or eateries at the lighthouse. Whilst there are a few restaurants within a 30 minute drive you may prefer to take your own provisions.