Treat yourself to a unique experience and stay a few nights in one of the two fully-refurbished, heritage-listed lighthouse keepers' cottages within the Cape Willoughby Conservation Park.

The original light keepers' cottages, constructed of stone, were located near the beach landing area. The existing light keepers’ cottages were built in 1927 due to the difficulty of walking a half mile through scrubland between the lightstation and the cottages in the wind and rain.

Located on the rugged eastern point of the island these renovated cottages overlook the treacherous Backstairs Passage. The head keeper's cottage, now known as Seymour Cottage, and the second light keeper's cottage, known as Thomas Cottage, both sleep up to nine people. The cottages are both fully furnished. Heating and linen are provided.

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For bookings call 08 8553 4410, email or book online.

Stay for five nights in the park's heritage accommodation and receive a complimentary Kangaroo Island Tour Pass.

Accommodation fees.

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