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Frying Pan Tower: Coast Guard Light Station-Turned Adventure Bed and Breakfast Up for Auction May 3, 2018 by Mike Schuler The light tower was built in Louisiana and brought by barge to Frying Pan
Why the Frying Pan Tower Is the Most Dangerous Hotel in the World. by Anna Katherine Clemmons. June 21, 2017. The former Coast Guard light station sits just off the coast of North Carolina.
But the Frying Pan Tower isn't your typical B&B. What this unusual structure lacks in graceful trees and rambling paths, it makes up for in storied weirdness and blue views: It's on a platform
The Frying Pan Tower - formerly the U.S. Coastguard Frying Pan Light Station, is a lighthouse situated at the end of the Frying Pan Shoals, 32 miles south of Bald Head Island N.C. This is the southernmost end of the feared "Graveyard of the Atlantic" which stretches up to the northern end of the Outer Banks of N.C.
The Frying Pan Tower, a former Coast Guard light station turned ocean bed and breakfast lodging, is no longer up for auction. (File photo) A former U.S. Coast Guard light station that was turned into an ocean bed and breakfast six years ago is no longer up for auction.
A former Coast Guard light station built 34 miles off North Carolina's coast is being put up for auction by the Charlotte man who turned it into the world's strangest bed and breakfast. The Frying