AnchorLight Bed & Breakfast LLC
AnchorLight Bed and Breakfast is a unique place to stay on beautiful Smith Lake in North Alabama. We believe that we may be the only place where you can actually stay in a room built into the lighthouse itself.
We are a Christian Bed and Breakfast and we specialize in ROMANCE!
The T.S. Fowler Room in the lighthouse is the room of choice for romance or adventure. With your own private entrance. Antiques, flowers, chocolates, cozy robes, and soft lighting help to set the mood.
Enjoy a scrumptious and elegant breakfast for two. DTV in the Fowler Room and DVD movies are available for both rooms. Remember that children also love the lighthouse! We can accommodate several children in the Lamp Room.
Older children will enjoy adventure sleeping in the lamproom on cots and sleeping bags at the very top of the lighthouse!
A second room (The Barn'acle Room) has been added and is adjacent to the lighthouse, with great views of the lighthouse and the lake. This room will sleep 6 adults. It is a studio apt. And has a kitchenette, living room, bedroom and large bathroom. This room opens on to the Wharf (a large screened in porch overlooking the lake).
Be sure to check out 'Maggie' the tug. She is an 1947 designed tug.
A tour of the lake on her is included in your stay. Her unique whistle is a much loved part of Smith Lake. We are located 25 minutes from Cullman, Alabama, 1 hour north of Birmingham, Alabama, 1 hour south of Huntsville, Alabama and 2 hours south of Nashville, Tennessee.
Enjoy (on site) swimming, paddleboat, bikes, hiking, firepit, or just relaxing on the decks. The lighthouse has been described by our guests as THE destination. But if you do wish to go out some nearby attractions include: The Space and rocket center, Barber Motorsports museum, Clarkston Covered Bridge, civil war museum, antiques, Ava Maria Grotto, beautiful Natural Bridge, and many, many more sights of interest.
Your hosts are Captain Jon and Maggie Owens. Captain Jon is a retired tugboat Captain and has many interesting stories to tell. Their story along with the story of 'Maggie' the tug can be found on their website.
||251 County Road 881
Crane Hill, Alabama 35053
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This page was last updated: 19 September 2013