The lighthouse consists of a lighthouse tower, the Head Keepers house and two Keepers cottages all surrounded by a high castellated wall and accessed through an impressive stone arched gateway. The current owners have lovingly restored the lighthouse and retained many of the original features which now blend with a range of modern facilities. From the Keepers cottages and the headland there are stunning views across the Irish sea and along the Anglesey or North Wales coasts. On clear days it is possible to see Ireland, the Isle if Man, Dumfries and Galloway, the lake district and the Clwydian range in North Wales.
The Lighthouse has a fascinating history as early as 1766, the need was felt for a station on Anglesea where ships making for Liverpool could pick up pilots. The lighthouse is now automated and the lens room is connected to the seaward side of the building. The property provides flexible accommodation with up to 9 bedrooms if required and could (stpp) provide a rental income from holiday lets.
The area provides a wealth of outdoor activities which includes birdwatching, fishing, walking, cycling, horse riding, kayaking, scuba diving and sailing. The area also provides some of the best beaches in the UK and some great places to dine out.