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How to get to Lulworth

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Travel to Lulworth by road

This attractive village is situated on the English Channel and is easily accessible by car with a choice of routes. Travellers from the North of England should use the motorways of the M1, M69 and the M40 as far as Banbury for the quickest journey. You should then follow the main roads of the A34, A31 and the A35 from where Lulworth is clearly signposted.

AA Route Planner is a useful application for planning a stress-free journey.

Travel to Lulworth by train

The nearest railway station is that of Wool, served by SouthWest trains, approximately four miles away, necessitating a further trip by bus or taxi to reach your destination. There are no direct routes from the North of England; most journeys involve a change at a central London station.

Further information can be found at southwesternrailway.com

Travel to Lulworth by bus

The trip to Lulworth is particularly scenic, but buses are infrequent, and the journey requires advance planning as some services must be pre-booked.

Further details and booking options can be found by visiting dorset-transport.info

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