Wool 1.7 miles.
Sitting in the charming village of East Stoke, surrounded by luscious countryside views, is this incredible detached holiday home.
Lulworth Lodge is the perfect base for a large group gathering, or weekend of celebration to the coast and country of Dorset.
Be wowed as you enter this sensational property, admiring the large three-acre grounds of glorious lawns, a selection of outdoor furnishings for alfresco dining and relaxation, and communal activities including basketball hoops, a football net, and table tennis.
If you can tear yourself away from the outside, make your way indoors to find several rooms to rest and rejuvenate in, comprising a homely living/dining room where you can enjoy film and board game nights, or join together in the open-plan living space where the whole group can spend time in the well-equipped kitchen, lounging on sofas, or gather around the dining table for formal meals.
Also on the ground floor is a second kitchen space for convenience, boasting great amenities to entice any budding chefs, whilst further on the ground floor is a handy shower room for those less mobile.
Withdraw upstairs and find five inviting bedrooms, choosing between two double bedrooms and a twin room, served by a bathroom and an extra shower room, as well as two spacious family rooms; one comprising a double alongside two bunk beds and an en-suite shower room, and the other housing a double and a single, ensuring a flexible sleeping arrangement for a variety of party makeups.
The accommodation sits in the quiet Dorset village of East Stoke, just a short trip away from Wool, which boasts a choice of local shops for any necessities, as well as three traditional pubs, butchers, a bakers and a train station with links to the Jurassic Coast bus over to Poole and Weymouth.
Explore iconic Dorset attractions including the renowned Durdle Door, kayaking from Lulworth Cove, or cliff jumping at the sensational Man O'War Beach.
East Lulworth lies a scenic drive away where you'll find an imposing 17th-century castle alongside historic thatched cottages, whilst the lively market town of Wareham is home to even more amenities and is known for being one of the few remaining Saxon walled towns in England.
Spend an exciting day out at the classic seaside town of Weymouth for a memorable day out, discovering large stretches of golden sands, a bustling Georgian esplanade, and a plethora of seaside attractions; don't forget to enjoy a spot of fish and chips on the harbour as you watch the boats bob along.
Other attractions here include Nothe Fort, SEA LIFE Centre Weymouth, Sandworld, Monkey World rescue centre, Sandsfoot Castle, and the dreamy Isle of Portland further afield.
Celebrate in style with your loved ones at Lulworth Lodge.