The Victorian Lightkeeper House is a historical home that can be yours during a trip to Cambria, California. Built in 1906, this beautiful house was actually the lightkeeper’s house for the nearby Piedras Blancas Lighthouse. The house is now updated with some modern touches but maintains its historical charm.
Cambria, California is located along the Pacific Ocean and the renowned Highway 1. This coastal town has plenty to offer, but any guest of this house should plan a short trip north to check out the current Piedras Blancas Lighthouse. Plan ahead and take a guided tour to learn more about its history. Once you are done there, return to downtown Cambria to see the Fresnel lens displayed on Main Street. This was the actual first lens in the lighthouse and was built by Frenchman Henri Lapaute in 1872! Now that you’ve caught the history bug, check out our History & Heritage Trail to discover more interesting finds in the area.
The Victorian Lightkeeper House is a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom vacation rental that can accommodate up to 6 guests. The downstairs living area is a combination of comfortable furniture mixed with antique pieces. There is a dining room with a table that seats six, plus a small breakfast bar in the kitchen. The kitchen includes all modern appliances for your convenience. There are two bedrooms downstairs; one has a queen size bed and the other has two twin beds. The downstairs bathroom includes a shower and claw foot tub. The master suite is upstairs and has a queen size bed. The master bathroom has a shower and separate tub. The house also includes beautifully landscaped grounds and a balcony with scenic views.
The Victorian Lightkeeper House will take you back in time, while keeping you comfortably in the present. There is WiFi and TV in the home, as well as modern appliances, including a washer and dryer.