ParlorLooking for lighthouse lodging?  Five rooms are available on East Brother Island. Four are former keeper’s quarters located in the historic lighthouse itself. Each room, named for its view, is unique in decor and has a queen-sized bed.

A smaller, more rustic room, known as Walter’s Quarters, is located in the fog signal building. Away from the main building, it offers a unique sense of privacy.

Dining-roomA gourmet multi-course dinner is one highlight of the evening. Although the menus and accompanying wines change seasonally, some of the favorites include Citrus Glazed Rock Cornish Game Hen or beef and salmon Wellington in a puff pastry served with a dill hollandaise sauce. Dinner is served for all guests at the same time, in the dining room, giving ample time for guests to get to know one another.

Breakfast is no less a work of culinary art. Full breakfast is served in the dining room, at 9:00am, for all guests. A house specialty, Lighthouse French Toast Soufflé is often served.

Marin Room
$375-$415 per night
San Francisco
$375-$415 per night
Two Sisters
$295-$325 per night
West Brother
$325-$355 per night
Walter’s Quarters $325-$355 per night


The Marin Room faces Mount Tamalpias toward San Rafael in Marin County.

This is the preferred room for multiple-night stays.  The Marin room has a queen-size bed.

It is located off the Parlor on the second floor and has a private attached bathroom.

The room is also available for a one-night stay without shower/bath.

Room rate is:
$425 (Thur - Sat), $395 Sun


The San Francisco Room faces south and has a view of the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge in the foreground and the Oakland Bay Bridge and the San Francisco skyline in the distance.

It is located off the Sitting Room on the second floor and has a private attached half bath.

The San Francisco room has a queen-size bed.

Room rate is:
$425 (Thur - Sat), $395 Sun


View From San Francisco Room


The Two Sisters Room is a large room where you can enjoy a romantic fire.  It is the only room with a fireplace. (Note that use of the fireplace is available in the winter months only.)

The windows face north towards San Pablo Bay and has a view of the Sisters Islands, two little rocky outcroppings in the distance.

The Two Sisters room has a queen-size bed.  The bathroom is shared with the West Brother room and is located directly across the hall.

Room rate is:
$345 (Thur - Sat), $315 Sun


View from Two Sister's Room


The West Brother Room faces west and has a view of Mount Tamalpais, San Rafael and other parts of Marin County and West Brother Island, a small, nearby, uninhabited island usually covered with bird

Located directly below the Marin Room.  The bathroom is shared with the Two Sisters room and is located directly across the hall.  The West Brother room has a queen-size bed.

Room rate is:
$375 (Thur - Sat), $345 Sun


View from West Brother Room


Walter’s Quarters is located in the fog signal building, less than 100 feet from the lighthouse building. In the past it was used as a “keeper’s quarters.”

This room has a full-sized bed and its nautical motif sets it apart from the other rooms. There is a sink in the room and the toilet for guests of this room is located within the fog signal building, about 25 feet from the room.

Walter’s Quarters has views to the south (San Francisco) and east. It is our room which is closest to the water and farthest away from the automated fog horn and offers a wonderful level of privacy.

It is the most requested room for returning guests to the island.

Room rate is:
$375 (Thur - Sat), $345 Sun


View from Walter's Quarters

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“You can sit and watch big ships and little seals cruise by, or gaze at the reposing birds or the rushing tide below the dock. There’s a sense of intimacy here and a feeling of remoteness, even though it’s just a short distance to the mainland.”

- Doug McConnell, Bay Area Backroads