Located at the mouth of the Taunton River in southern Massachusetts, the Borden Hats Lighthouse sits smack dab in the middle of the water, accessible only by boat. However, as part of the Lighthouse Keepers Program, visitors can stay the night at this nineteenth-century facility and live and understand the role of the workers who used to occupy it full-time. But don’t worry, there’s no actual work involved. For $299-375 per night, guests can enjoy the entire lighthouse, which includes a kitchen on the first level, a living area on the second, seating area on the third, and a master bedroom on the fourth. Amenities include a flat-screen TV, small fridge, microwave, gas stove, outdoor propane barbecue grill, fresh water, and heat. The maximum occupancy is two persons and the lighthouse is available annually from April 15 to Nov. 10.