Cheap Hotels in Lulworth Cove
Built on the site of Lulworth’s original watermill, Lulworth Lodge is situated just under a 5-minutes walk to Lulworth Cove. This affordable beachside hotel features 12 simple and stylish bedrooms. The South West Coast Path is on the doorstep with Durdle Door, Mupe Bay and Osmington a short ‘climb’ away. From the Super Snug bedrooms - to the Lodge Suite boasting panoramic views over Lulworth Cove. This modern beachside hotel offers comfortable accommodation; good food and friendly service, with the relaxation of stunning sunsets and the sound of the gentle of the waves. The ground floor bistro has a youthful air and plenty of local fish on the menu, as well as an outside deck for summer dining, soaking up the sun and enjoying a perfectly executed glass of fizz.
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. Each room comes with an en suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The pub serves award-winning Badger cask ales, lagers from around the world and a menu full of fresh, seasonal dishes. Packed lunches are available on request. Nearby attractions include Fossil Forest, Stair Hole and Dungy Head. Weymouth is a 30-minute drive from Lulworth Cove Inn.
Hotels in Lulworth Cove
On the Jurassic Coast in Dorset, near the scenic village of West Lulworth lies a small wonder of stunning southern England. It's a calling to those who have yet to be converted to a native England holiday.
Lulworth Cove was formed like all coastal inlets and bays: by the wind, sea and rocks. The soft rocks erode to form a circular bay with a narrow entrance, known as a cove. A second cove is already forming in this manner to the west of Lulworth Cove, called Stair Hole. UNESCO granted the coast World Heritage Status in 2001 and work tirelessly to preserve the shape of the cove.
What to do
Hikers, serious challenges await you. This place boasts half a million tourists for mainly one reason â€“ the scenic walks. The best hike is around the cove to Durdle Door (Durdle Dor), a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast. It leads to a holiday park with wi-fi, shower block, restaurant, pub and children's play area to name a few. Take a walk through Durdle Door to the White Nothe Circular Walk, which slopes over four hills.
For a walk on the wild side, travel back in time to The Fossil Forest. The walk is 2.2 miles, and you'll venture through the entire south-west coast, slipping back in time via rock formations. You'll reach the incredulous ruins of a cypress forest growing in a swamp on the cusp of a lagoon during the dinosaur period.
Not a walker? See all the sights of the Jurassic Coast via the Lulworth RIB rides, a water experience cruising through millions of years of history. You'll see the coastal wildlife
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Lulworth Cove
What are the best hotels to stay in Lulworth Cove?Lulworth Cove Inn and Lulworth Lodge are some of the popular hotels in Lulworth Cove.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Lulworth Cove?The cheapest price for a double room in Lulworth Cove is £100, offered by Lulworth Lodge.
What hotels are in the central Lulworth Cove neighborhood?If you want to stay near the center of Lulworth Cove, you can consider staying at Lulworth Lodge and Lulworth Cove Inn.
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