Holiday cottages in Lulworth + 5 miles.
The Jurassic, Dorset coastline is dotted with exceptional geological features, perhaps the most famous being Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door.
Lulworth Cove is an awesome work of nature, which was formed over 10,000 years ago. All of our cottages in the village are within walking distance of the seaside and Cove. Over half a million visitors visit the Cove each year, it’s a sight to behold. As well as the cove holiday guests can take a more challenging walk over the hill to Durdle Door, another famous Dorset landmark. Lulworth is also close to Kimmeridge, famous for its rocky shore and fossils. Lulworth also boasts a wealth of cafes, bistros, restaurants and pubs for you to explore.
Outlying villages including Chaldon Herring, West Burton, Wool and Winfrith Newburgh, which are all excellent bases being centrally located within the County and a short drive to the coast through rolling countryside.
If you want to know more about this stunning area please visit our Lulworth area page.