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On the doorstep of Lulworth Cove, with coastal views and scenic Jurassic footpaths, the Lulworth Cove Inn features a pub/restaurant, free Wi-Fi, and rooms with stunning sea views. The Inn was wonderfully comfortable and our room was delightful. The staff made us welcomed as soon as we stepped through the door. This was my favorite stop on a ten day trip through England.
Bijou B&B Lulworth features garden views, free WiFi and free private parking, located in Lulworth Cove, 800 metres from Lulworth Cove Beach. Beautiful property, immaculately clean, only s short walk to the cove. We loved the food, very large selection of fruit and cereal for breakfast.
Everything was beautiful if you’re going make sure you book dinner or food in the restaurants it’s gets very busy. A beautiful area that’s so picturesque take your camera and see it all. Take a picnic and make a day of it, west Lulworth is just a 10 minute walk away if you need anything you can’t get in Lulworth cove. We ate in Lulworth cove inn which was lovely.
Parking in a huge field, the hotel give you a Parking pass for 24hrs…but we still got a Ticket!!! Parking run by an outside company so be careful. Lulworth Cove is beautiful, worth a visit,but get there early. The BEST ice creams from little kiosk just before the beach.
Picturesque walk to Durdle door (30 minutes from lulworth cove car park) but it’s a very steep walk and would be difficult in wet weather the ground would be slippy! If you have the energy walk up the next cliff (even steeper) for breathtaking views over lulworth In the opposite direction from lulworth cove is the fossil forest. Not such a tough walk but a different experience. Good views of the cove walking back down Food at lulworth lodge and limestone hotel (fancier) was really good If you have time take a day trip to Studland and walk out to old harry rocks (30min walk each way) the beach in Studland is also beautiful and the pig on the beach hotel has lovely gardens with good food and drink. Stop off in Corfe castle on the way - walk up to the very top of the hill next to the castle for the best views Of the castle
Well priced micro-hotel in a fantastic location. Had dinner here on the first night which was fairly priced and tasty! Room was on the small size but was great for a long weekend break. Durdle door and bats head in walking distance although up a gradual incline (walking boots/trainers advised). We drove over to Poole, Corfe and Bournmouth too. Clean rooms with special touches (cookies, water bottles and lovely bathroom minature products).
We were there on a very wet and windy morning so it wasn't the best time to enjoy the views. But it seemed the perfect place for a weekend getaway and to enjoy some truly stunning coastal walks on a warmer day. We bought a bottle of spiced rum and locally produced honey from the visitor centre-a bit pricy but delicious :-) The food at Lulworth Cove Inn was also pretty decent. I got a 'healthy' veggie dinner which is more than one can hope for in a country pub!
Lots of parking available in the area & if you’re staying local this is usually included in your accommodation for the duration of your stay. A good selection of cafes nearby, the walk from Lulworth Cove over to Durdle door is steep, you can drive round to durdle door car park but again the walk back ‘up’ is steep. All doable but be prepared, enjoy the views & take it steady.
The Inn was wonderfully comfortable and our room was delightful. The staff made us welcomed as soon as we stepped through the door. This was my favorite stop on a ten day trip through England.
Beautiful property, immaculately clean, only s short walk to the cove. We loved the food, very large selection of fruit and cereal for breakfast.