A beautiful thatched Grade II listed property Nut Cottage dates back to 1750 and is located in the heart of the popular Dorset Coastal village of West Lulworth.
The rustic flagstone flooring takes you from the hall into the sitting room, with its exposed beams and wood-burning stove.
Enjoy evenings sitting in the comfortable sitting room or playing bar billiards in the dining room which also has a wood-burning stove.
Upstairs the character of the cottage continues into the bedrooms with cottage style doors and more exposed beams.
In the bathroom there is a claw foot bath..
Nut Cottage is the perfect location for a self-catering holiday in Dorset and the cottage is equipped with everything you should need whether you are enjoying a short break over winter or a week's holiday in the summer.
The pretty and unique Lulworth Cove, one of the most stunning parts of Dorset's World Heritage Jurassic Coastline sitting within the officially designated Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is just a short walk away from this Dorset Holiday Cottage; a perfect location for a picnic or swim in the sea during the summer.
With its glorious shingle beaches and spectacular views of the wonderful Jurassic Coast along the South West Coast path Durdle Door is a must visit attraction.
West Lulworth has a seasonal village shop and two pubs.
A short stroll from Nut Cottage is The Castle Inn, a traditional 16th Century thatched free house pub and hotel with an extensive food menu, it is and an extremely dog friendly pub; they even have dog treats on the bar!
(Please check opening).
A few minutes' walk in the other direction towards the Cove brings you to another pub, restaurants, ice-cream and fudge shops.
Nut Cottage is the perfect holiday home if you are visiting Dorset for a holiday in a perfect coastal location.
Three bedrooms: 3 x bedrooms: 1 x king-size, 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with bath, hand-held shower, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining Room, Sitting Room.
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: Guests are required to bring their own cot linen.
Note: Additional parking in the local Lulworth Cove Car Park on a first come bases, fees apply, please follow the link for more information: https://www.lulworth.com/visit/plan-your-visit/opening-times-tickets-facilities. Weekly Tickets are available to purchase via the Cove Parking Visitor Centre. Please see opening times on their website and contact them for costing if you plan to use this service.
Note: Guests are required to provide their own logs for stoves.
Note: Please note this property only accepts a minimum of 4 nights, subject to Owners acceptance.