Welcome back, travelEARS! Today we are taking you to Lundy Island, where you can find a variety of places where you can stay.
Lundy Island isn’t so much a hotel as it is a resort. But guests are able to stay in a lighthouse, something straight out of the movie Pete’s Dragon.
About This Hotel
|Typical Cost: Via Bideford, Devon, United Kingdom||$400-$550 / night|
Climbing 400 feet out of the sea, Lundy Island is about 3 miles long and features tall cliffs, plenty of grassy fields, and lots of rock formations. It’s truly a unique place to visit.
Lundy Island offers 23 different types of accommodations. You can choose to stay in one of the three lighthouses located around the island. You could also stay in the medieval castle. But be forewarned: electricity on the island after 1 am is nonexistent.
The beautifully secluded island offers great views of the Bristol Channel and lots of places to explore. Plus, the island is also home to a working pub! No matter where you decide to spend the night, you are bound to have a nice time away from it all.
See you next week as we continue to take you, the TravelEAR, Abroad.
About TravelEAR Abroad
Every year, thousands of families pack up and make annual visits to the happiest place on Earth. The typical TravelEAR (that is, the typical Disney vacationer) is very much accustomed to hotels branded with “© Disney” symbols and Hidden Mickeys all around the property. TravelEAR Abroad focuses on different lodgings around the globe. Each installment takes a look at places with unique or magical twists beyond the standard double-occupancy non-smoking room. Sit back and relax as we take you, the TravelEAR, abroad!