Nestle into one of 5 rooms at one of the last remaining Lightkeeper’s cottages on the Pacific Coast. A handcrafted wooden staircase leads to our well appointed rooms with cozy down duvets and unique antique furnishings.
Dream about a Lightkeeper’s life on your nighttime walk to the lighthouse. Away from the cares of the modern world, experience the vast starscape while you gaze at the beams from the sparkling first order Fresnel lens!
Wake to a decadent 7 course breakfast and taste the riches of Oregon and the Northwest.
Year round the Heceta Head Lightstation offers a Bed and Breakfast for the romantic and adventurous traveler.
The park, trails, beach, gift shop, interpretive center, and B&B are open .
Spend your most memorable day with loved ones at a Lighthouse on the Oregon Coast. We help make all your dreams come true!
We are following all regulations and guidelines so that you can relax and enjoy.
Heceta Head Lighthouse
Pronounced “Ha – SEE – Ta” by most, “HECK – ah – Ta” by others, yet everyone agrees Heceta Head is one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world. The Heceta Head Lighthouse and Light Keeper’s home are circa 1894. Both are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The lighthouse is a working lighthouse. From a height of 205 feet above the ocean, its “first order” Fresnel lens, casts it’s beams some 21 miles out to sea. It is the brightest light on the Oregon coast. It is said to be the most photographed lighthouse in the United States.
The Heceta Lighthouse B&B, in the Light Keeper’s home, is perched on a cliff with a magnificent view of the Pacific Ocean and the beach below. Paths from the Light Keeper’s Home lead both to the beach and to the lighthouse.
Last year the Heceta Head Lightstation was 126 years old. This year the Keeper’s house is celebrating its 25th year as a Bed & Breakfast and interpretive center. We should be throwing a big party to celebrate our decades of accomplishments in restoration, hospitality and education. This pandemic has other ideas for us. We’ve headed into a perfect storm of restoration demands and operating costs when Covid regulations have eliminated events, restricted travel, and increased labor needs. Can you help us ride this out?