Located on an island one mile off the coast of Newport, R.I., the Rose Island Lighthouse offers lodging on two floors. Restored in 1912, the first floor serves as a museum during the day, with everything left as it was when the original keepers lived there. Visitors can also choose to stay on the second floor and train to be keeper for a week, which involves training from the staff in performing duties and taking care of the facilities. Guests can take a ferry to the island, and rates start at $165 on weekdays through June, although special rates are offered until Apr. 30.