St Bees on the Cumbrian coastline is a real hidden gem on the Northwest coastline of England. The beaches are in immaculate condition and you’re spoiled with the wildlife around this coastline, situated on this coastline is an RSPB nature reserve. On a clear day, you can see Northern Ireland across the Irish sea and you have plenty of observation and information points along the hedland.
The restoration of this superb Lighthouse has been done to the highest of standards. The living area and kitchen is open plan with the bedrooms on the first and second floor are spacious too. Set on the coastline of St Bees the lighthouse has a rich history going back nearly 200 years. St Bees is also the start of the coast to coast walk as devices by A Wainwright. St Bees valley also has the Cumbrian coast express steam train which takes you along the Cumbrian coastline from Carlise to Carnforth.