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WEST LULWORTH HOLIDAYS

Quaint streets, cosy pubs and coves

Visit West Lulworth

A small village famed for its spectacular cove, West Lulworth is a hive of activity and wonder. Sat close to the magnificent arch of Durdle Door, there’s plenty to keep you busy from strolls along the South West Coast Path, to exhilarating RIB rides out on the open water and sunning it up on the beach - or you can simply relax in one of the delightful pubs or cafes and sample the scrumptious food and drink.

West Lulworth Cottages

A stay in West Lulworth can be as relaxing or thrilling as you like, offering the best of both worlds and catering to everyone’s tastes. A delightful Dorset spot for a holiday cottage escape!

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West Coombe Farmhouse

At West Coombe Farmhouse you will find high-quality B&B accommodation in a relaxed family atmosphere. Built around 1840 in Georgian style, you'll be just three miles from the beautiful Lulworth Cove.

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Things to do in Dorset

Before heading off on your Dorset holiday, we’d really suggest planning your trip - because there is so much to do that you wouldn’t want to miss out on! We’ve put together our suggested things to do covering activities all over the county, including the stunning Jurassic Coast and its beaches, the wonderful attractions for families, the various wonderful walking routes, and more…

Your guide to Dorset beaches

The beaches in Dorset, alongside the many other beautiful coastal locations, make the county one of the UK's most perfect holiday destinations. With nearly 100 miles of coastline to be enjoyed, it's no surprise that some of the country’s best beaches are found here. From the historic Jurassic Coast, where fossils await, to the town beaches in Bournemouth and Poole, there's a beach for everyone.

A captivating cove

This idyllic village on the edge of the Jurassic Coast might be small, but it packs the punch of even the mightiest seaside resorts.

Famed for Lulworth Cove, the unique and picturesque bay once used by smugglers, the geology of the coastline is fascinating for all who visit, and with the striking arch of Durdle Door just a short stroll along the South West Coast Path, it’s no wonder the area is so frequently photographed and admired.

There’s plenty to be learnt from a visit to Lulworth’s visitor centre, whilst a more exhilarating afternoon can be had on the water with a Lulworth RIB Rides experience.

West Lulworth’s historic pubs are certainly worth a visit too, particularly the Castle Inn which dates back to the 16th century, or pop into one of the cafes for a delicious Dorset cream tea.

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