Welcome to Dorset's Jurassic Coast, home to amazing geological features and delightful Lulworth Cove cottages.
Created some 10,000 years ago by pounding sea and river, the perfect horse-shoe harbour of Lulworth Cove is one of the county's most iconic natural sites. It is privately owned by the Weld Family of the Lulworth Estate and is an ideal place to unwind.
The cove itself has a pebbly beach - it does shelve steeply so do take care when bathing - but if you plan to take your four-legged friend to your Lulworth Cove cottage, the good news is that the beach is dog-friendly. There's a large car park, toilet facilities and also a beachside café for welcoming refreshments with a splendid view! Do visit the Heritage Centre, offering an interpretative display of the Lulworth area, geology and fossil section, exhibits from sailing and smuggling, plus guided walks.
In summer, enjoy a boat trip to Mupe Bay or Durdle Door, another spectacular coastal feature with magnificent arch and beach - you really do get the best views out from sea. Or you can follow the coastal path over the hill to Durdle Door.
Other things to do near your Lulworth Cove cottage
Explore Lulworth Castle and Park, nestling in beautiful parkland. Look out for jousting and other events and take your kids to the animal farm. Or peddle along the East Lulworth Ride, a fantastic 18-mile circular route around and about the area.
End your day relaxing in the village pub then retire to your cosy Lulworth Cove cottage. What bliss!