The lighthouse is comprised of ten guest rooms, offering double, queen, and king-sized beds, with an Observatory on the third floor. Though never intended to be a working lighthouse, this unique landmark has served as a symbol of Sebasco since it was built in 1945 by the resort’s founder, Nathan Cushman. Based on a Victorian promenade deck, the top floor of the lighthouse has comfortable furniture and window seats to enjoy the 360-degree view of the harbor and coast. Take in the sparkling water and rock ledges over a morning coffee, or watch the sunset over Casco bay with a glass of wine. Make your stay pure Maine with lighthouse lodging at Sebasco.