Rates and Policies

Main House Click for Reservations

(Room # – Room Name) Inn Sublime Quiet
Room 1 – Point Comfort $395 $295 $195
Room 2 – Blue Hill Bay $395 $295 $195
Room 3 – Cedar Point $360 $260 $185
Room 4 – Cape Ann $360 $260 $185
Room 5 – Plum Island $360 $260 $185
Room 7 – Cape Lookout $395 $295 $195
Room 8 – Spruce Point $395 $295 $195
Room 9 – Twin Lights $395 $295 $250
Room 10 – Watch Hill $360 $260 $195
Room 11 – Castle Hill $395 $295 $250

Summer House Click for Reservations

(Room # – Room Name) Inn  Sublime Quiet
Room 12 – Pond Island $330 $220 $160
Room 14 – Harbor of Refuge $395 $270 $185
Room 15 – Greens Ledge $360 $220 $165
Room 16 – Eastern Point $360 $220 $160
Room 17 – Rose Island $330 $220 $160
Room 18 – North Island $395 $270 $185
Room 19 – Tenants Harbor $330 $230 $160
Room 20 – Prospect Harbor $360 $220 $165

Seasons

Inn Season:
May 26 – September 4

Sublime Seasons:
May 5 – May 25
September 5 – September 30

Quiet Seasons:
April 14 – May 4
October 1 – October 15

(The Beacon House is open Mid-April through Mid-October)

Amenities

  • Memorable Breakfasts*
  • Heated Outdoor Pool
  • Ocean View Balconies
  • Private Bathrooms
  • Fireplaces & Jacuzzis
  • A/C, Ceiling Fans, & Flat Screen TVs
  • Beach Passes, Sand Chairs, & Bicycles
  • Onsite & Overnight Street Parking
  • One Block to the Beach
  • Complimentary VIP Parker House Passes
  • Private Cabana to “Stretch” Your Stay
  • *Efficiency Accommodations do not include Breakfast*

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Efficiency Accommodations

The Cottage
Inn $460 | Sublime $360 | Quiet $260
Pet Friendly – Certain Restrictions – $125 Pet Fee

The Carriage House
Inn $435 | Sublime $335 | Quiet $235
Pet Friendly – Certain Restrictions – $125 Pet Fee

The Lighthouse
Inn $400 | Sublime $300 | Quiet $210
Pet Friendly – Certain Restrictions – $125 Pet Fee

Efficiency Accommodations do not include breakfast.

 

2017 Rates & Policies

  • Rates are based on Double Occupancy
  • Additional guests in rooms that can accommodate is $50 per person per night
  • Rates are subject to an additional 7% NJ Sales Tax and 5% NJ Hotel Tax
  • Weekend Minimums are 3 nights in July (5 Night Minimum July 4th) August and Holidays; 2 Nights in May, June, and September
  • No minimum stay Midweek
  • Inquire about exceptions (they sometimes occur!)
  • Well behaved children are welcome in the Summer House and Efficiencies
  • Our entire premises are smoke free
  • Pets are permitted in Efficiency Accommodations and a non-refundable $125 Pet Fee is charged
  • Check in is 3:00 – 6:00 PM.
  • Check out is by 11:00 AM
  • Other times are by prior arrangement only
  • We invite you to use our Cabana for early arrivals and late departures

Cancellation Policy:

A 50% deposit is required at the time you make your reservation with the balance due at check in. A refund of deposit less a $50 charge per room will be made if a cancellation is received more than 30 days prior to your reservation date. Cancellations received within 30 days of your arrival date will not be refunded and the entire reservation will be charged to your account. We are sorry that we cannot be responsible for inclement weather, health issues, early departures or for any other reason beyond our control. There are no refunds, cancellations or changes on one night bookings and gift certificates and these reservations require payment in full.

Sea Girt’s Historic Beacon House

The Beacon House was built circa 1879 with lumber that came from the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition of 1876. When the Exhibition closed, many of the buildings, pavilions and exhibits were disassembled and the materials reused. The lumber was shipped by barge down the Delaware River and up the Atlantic Coast where it was unloaded on the beach and brought by horse to our present site.

The two buildings were constructed as private homes on what had formerly been potato fields. During the most recent phase of renovations, columns were uncovered that appear to have come from the entryway to the Centennial’s Netherlands Pavilion. The stairways in both houses were originally part of the staircases in the Agricultural Exhibit building at the Centennial Exhibition. A beam in the Main House attic has the date “1879” carved in it.

In the late 1920’s – early 1930’s, the Westphal family converted the houses into an Inn that was open only during the summer season. In December 1998, after three generations in their family, I purchased The Beacon House, began numerous renovations, and extended the innkeeping season. All rooms now have private baths and are air conditioned, 7 private ocean view balconies have been added, many rooms have fireplaces, some have Jacuzzis, and the pool has been rebuilt and heated.

I am proud and honored to maintain the legacy of these historic buildings and delight in my ability to share them with you. Your stay at The Beacon House, just a block from one of the finest beaches at the Jersey shore, with a private pool and wonderful amenities, makes for an incomparable getaway. Please join us soon!

~ Candace Kadimik, Innkeeper