Why Visit East Brother Light Station

Romantic Getaways

Want a secluded, romantic location to take a special retreat with your loved one?  East Brother Lighthouse Station offers vintage furnishing, gourmet food and spectacular scenery for your romantic getaway.

Lighthouse History Buffs

Enjoy your history hobby by treating yourself to a stay at the historic East Brother Light Station.  Fully restored, this landmark is open for you to visit and tour the facility.  Learn more about EBLS at our History area and read our online book "East Brother History Of An Island Light Station."

Getting Married

What better place than at a historic Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast Inn?  What could be more romantic for your big day?  East Brother Lighthouse and the surrounding hills, with views to San Francisco, provide the perfect backdrop for your wedding photos.  Contact us for more information.

Family Reunions or Anniversary Parties

The entire island may be reserved for overnight parties of 10 people in 5 rooms.  Special requests will be honored where possible to provide a customized experience to enhance your important event.

Business or Social Meetings / Retreats

With advance reservations, we are able to accommodate groups for various meeting activities for either an overnight and/or a day-use basis.

Film Shoots – Advertising Backgrounds

Available by special arrangement.


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Critical Work Continues!

Much work is left to be done, including replacing and upgrading service equipment at both the land side and island side of the cable termination, all of which is in progress.

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Innkeepers Search Closed

The period to apply for the 2021 Keepers of East Brother Light Station is now CLOSED. Thank you to all who applied!

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In The News

“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