Belle Tout Lighthouse

About Belle Tout Lighthouse

Belle Tout is a lighthouse originally built in 1832 and decommissioned in 1902. The lighthouse was partially destroyed during the second world war, but then beautifully restored just a few years later. It's fascinating life continued when it was bought by the BBC as a film location for a period, and had to be moved wholesale due to coastal erosion on its original site. Today it is a stunningly restored and renovated bed and breakfast enjoying 360 degree views of the English Channel. The beautiful surrounding landscape and countryside, including of the enigmatic Seven Sisters, can be fully appreciated and enjoyed when staying at the Belle Tout lighthouse, a truly unique place to stay!

With themed rooms such as 'The Captains Cabin', 'Old England' and 'Keepers Loft', the accommodation and facilities will ensure a comfortable and memorable break.

As well as the room facilities, the hugely welcoming owners have added lots of extras to make the stay that bit more special; board games and DVDs, complimentary "5pm drinks" with the staff and other guests, and an ipod docking station. On the subject of the staff, they are consistently friendly, knowledgeable and welcoming with nothing being too much trouble.

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