So, you and your person love everything about Maine?  You've spent years experiencing all that the state has to offer?  You've been from Kittery, to Portland, to Bangor, to Presque Isle, and explored everything in between?  Does it feel like you have experienced just about everything Maine has to offer?

If that's how you feel, this could be the perfect escape for you!

Downeast Magazine is booking all-inclusive getaways on a remote lighthouse!

The getaway includes:

  • 3 nights accommodations at Whitehead Light Station
  • All meals, snacks, beverages (including beer and wine)
  • Parking on the mainland
  • Transportation from/to the mainland
  • Expert-led foraging walk in the source woods and along the shoreline
  • Kayaking excursion
  • Sunrise/sunset boat cruise
  • Classic Maine lobster dinner
  • Unlimited access to the still-operating historic lighthouse
  • All amenities at Whitehead Light Station

You can even have a massage on the rocks for a small fee.

Keep in mind, there is a very limited capacity on these and they are not cheap.  For you and your special someone, it will be be $3,120!  Now, if you are just planning to go by yourself (what fun would that be, though?) it will run you $1,760.

Also, keep in mind this is not like staying at a resort or hotel.  These stays are for very specific days.  July 20th through July 23rd of 2023.

So, where is this lighthouse located?  According to the posting on the Downeast Magazine website, the lighthouse is located on White Island, which is about 8 miles off the coast of Rockland.

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The lighthouse dates back to 1804!  While it is still in operation, the light was automated in 1982.  In 1996, the lighthouse keeper's house was renovated and is now used as a retreat.

For more information about the getaway, click HERE.

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