Lulworth Lodge is situated in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck, a short walk to Lulworth Cove and a climb over the hill to Durdle door . This area of outstanding natural beauty offers breathtaking scenery all year round. You may be perfectly content to enjoy the comforts of the hotel and the nearby attractions. Or you may wish to take advantage of some of the many activities and opportunities that are available in the region.
The hotel is situated on the world heritage Jurassic coast and part of the south west coast path that boost’s 630 miles of superb coastline. Full of heritage, wildlife, geology and stunning scenery. Whether you are looking for an afternoon stroll, an exhilarating mountain bike ride or something in between the South West coast path is an experience of a lifetime.
Walking, Swimming, Kayaking, Fishing, Boat trips, Fossil hunting, Bird watching, Golf and Horse riding. Team Limestone can help book activities in advance, so whether you would like to arrange horse riding or a spa retreat, call 01929 400252 and we will be happy to help!
If you are looking for some time for yourself to simply to relax, we would highly recommend Bindon Abbey Wellness Retreat - www.bindonabbeyretreat.co.uk
Our favourite walks from Lulworth:
- West Lulworth Circular
Here is a superb little walk that is big on spectacular views over beautiful Dorset farmland, high above Lulworth Cove... Read More
- Lulworth & White Nothe Coastal Tour
A walk to take your breath away in every sense of the word! There are spectacular coastal views from the high paths trodden by people since Stone Age times, with tremendous vistas over the chalk stacks and arches carved by the sea in Jurassic Times... Read More
- Tyneham Vilage & Flower's Barrow
A short ascent from the ghost village of Tyneham leads to the prehistoric ridgeway along the top of the Purbeck Hills, where the massive Iron Age Flowers Barrow hillfort has a tremendous outlook over coastal vistas stretching from Portland to Poole Harbour... Read More
For more local walks, please visit http://www.walkingworld.com