1. A remote lighthouse full of ghosts in Isle of Wight, Hampshire
This lighthouse cottage might look nice enough (if a little isolated…) but it’s surrounded by some seriously spooky history. St Catherines Lighthouse is situated just outside of the hamlet of Niton, the southernmost point of the Isle of Wight. The lighthouse was the scene of a tragedy during WW2 where its three keepers were killed by a bomb, and they were buried at the nearby church. It is said their ghosts still walk the grounds, so you might want to sleep with one eye open.
Rooms? Three. Sleeps five guests.
Mood? Lighthouse thrills.
Spook factor? 👻
Budget range? Spenny AF.