In a stunning location almost adjacent to the Lulworth cove itself, Lulworth Seafield is located near to the rolling hills of West Lulworth, Dorset.Built in Edwardian times, this semi-detached home has now been carefully renovated and updated whilst still retaining some original features.From its lounge windows it is fascinating to watch the distant ramblers who appear as small as ants, hike up Hambury Tout Hill opposite.With a large and well-equipped kitchen, you can prepare delicious meals for all family to enjoy before going outdoors to explore the area or just bask in the sun in the cove.
The comfortable modern finish bedrooms are all spread over three floors all boasting with hand basins and the second-floor double bedroom with en-suite shower.
Your days can be filled with activities such as a boat ride along the Coast, walking along the World Heritage Status coastline searching for fossils or exploring the many geological and historical sites nearby.
West Lulworth is a traditional and pretty village with a local shop (seasonal) and choice of two public houses; the Castle Inn and The Cove Inn.Within the walking distance is the beautiful Durdle Door.This geological wonder set in the sea, arched rock resembling a door way is a popular venue for snorkelling and relaxing on the beach opposite.West Lulworth Heritage Centre is a museum about Lulworth, its coast and the history of the village.A visit to the nearby deserted wartime village of Tyneham makes an interesting and unusual trip ideal for picnics.Check the opening times of the Range walks as access is limited.A lazy drive offers you the chance to explore more of the wonderful coastline and pretty villages in Dorset or you can day trip to the main seaside resorts of Swanage to the East or Weymouth to the West.
In the evening why not enjoy a meal alfresco on your decking whilst luxuriating in the last warming rays of the day's sun?
Stay at Lulworth Seafield with your friends or family and enjoy a fabulous holiday in a wonderful Jurassic coast.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with basin, 1 x twin with basin, 1 x second floor king with en-suite shower, basin and WC. Bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Ground floor cloakroom with basin and WC. Kitchen with dining area. Sitting room with log burner.
About the location
Wareham 9.1 miles; Weymouth 14.7 miles
West Lulworth boasts some of the most dramatic geological features on the Jurassic coastline and arguably the most photographed locations in the UK. Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door sit at the heart of this area and really are a must see. Lulworth Cove has many little café’s and beachside shacks serving local seafood, ice cream and other delights, as well as several restaurants and pubs from which to choose. There is an Lulworth estate information centre which offers an insight into how the cove and Durdle door were formed and Jurassic history of the region. If you tire of Cove and cliff top walks then Lulworth Castle is a short drive away and offers another glimpse at some more recent history, along with Tyneham Village, and Corfe Castle. This is a really special area and the village retains a lot of it’s thatched cottages and has a real air of a rural retreat.