Adjacent to Lulworth cove itself, Lulworth Seafield is in a stunning location close to the rolling hills of West Lulworth, Dorset.
This semi-detached home was built in Edwardian times and has been carefully restored whilst retaining some of the original features.
An amusing sight is to watch distant ramblers from the lounge windows appearing like small ants as they hike up Hambury Tout Hil.
With a generous and fully equipped kitchen, you can prepare and serve wonderful meals for all the family to enjoy before basking the sun in the cove or exploring the area.
The comfortable and contemporary bedrooms are spread over three floors all with hand basins, the second-floor double bedroom has an en-suite shower.
West Lulworth is a traditional and beautiful village with a seasonal local shop and choice of two public houses; the Castle Inn and The Cove Inn.
Durdle Door is within distance and only a short walk over the hill along the coast path from the cove.
This arched rock, resembling a door way, is a popular venue for snorkelling and relaxing on the beach opposite.
An interesting and unusual day out, suitable for picnics, is the nearby deserted wartime village of Tyneham.
Make sure to check the opening times of the Range walks as access is limited.
A wonderful coastline drive will take you to other pretty villages in Dorset or you can day trip to the main seaside resorts of Swanage to the East or Weymouth to the West.
Enjoy a meal alfresco outside on the decking with family or friends whilst enjoying the last of the days sun.
A stay at Lulworth Seafield with friends or family will surely be a fabulous holiday with fond memories of the wonderful Jurassic coast.
Over three floors. Three bedrooms: 1 x double with basin, 1 x single with pull-out bed underneath and basin, 1 x second floor double 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
West Lulworth boasts some of the most dramatic geological features on the Jurassic coast line 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 beach side 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.
Note: max 6 people.
Note: sloping gardens and lawns to the rear is accessed via two flights of metal stairs.
Note: please supervise young children in the garden area.
Note: guests need to bring their own cot linen.