There are better ways to spend the night in San Francisco Bay!
Did you know that you can sleep in a lighthouse, out in the middle of the water?
WHERE’S THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY LIGHTHOUSE ?
Overnights at East Brother Light Station are an adventure you’ll not soon forget!
It all starts with a 30-minute boat launch out to an island in the bay, where you’re greeted with a champagne reception.
WHAT TO DO AT SAN FRANCISCO BAY LIGHTHOUSE?
Spend the evening learning the history of this light, which dates back to 1874, or watch a foghorn demonstration straight from the “old days”. Walk up to the lantern room, and even out onto the widow’s walk for a 360* view of the bay at sunset! Imagine…
You won’t be alone out there! At the East Brother Victorian B&B, there’re 4 period-decorated rooms, holding up to 8 guests, plus caretakers who will serve you the island specialty — Lighthouse French Toast Souffle — the next morning.
COST OF THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY LIGHTHOUSE?
An overnight in the middle of San Francisco Bay will cost you somewhere between $295-$415.
This includes your boat ride from Point San Pablo, your reception and overnight, your 4-course dinner (either in the lighthouse or on a nearby island!), and your breakfast, too.
ANY MORE IDEAS FOR SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA?
After your one-of-a-kind overnight in San Francisco Bay, here are some of my favorite things to do in the city:
* Go on a staircase hike! Meet my local gal who’ll take you on usual tour (aka workout) of her city, via the amazing mosaic tiled staircases!
*Hunt for blackberries on the wild grounds of the Presidio (then have dinner in the old Officer’s Quarters).
*Go on an oyster crawl, starting at the storied Anchor Oyster Bar!
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