The Lulworth Estate is an area of outstanding natural beauty and unique geological history in Dorset, which offers an incredible breadth of things to see and do. Its UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic coastline attracts thousands every year who come to marvel at the story of the earth etched into its landscape and visit the world renowned Durdle Door, Lulworth Cove, Lulworth Crumple and Fossil Forest landforms.

Visitors can enjoy a range of curated outdoor adventures on the estate with Lulworth Outdoors, which bring alive this breathtaking destination. Activities are tailored to visitors’ interests and fitness levels and are designed to bring alive the area’s unique geography and natural beauty:

o    Take-in endless views of sea and sky with a guided walk to the turquoise waters of Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove

o    Go coasteering to explore hidden coves and underwater caves, and jump from pre-historic rocks

o    Learn archery in Lulworth Castle’s grounds

o    Experience Lulworth’s diverse range of wildlife (including its very own breed of butterfly) or take-in breathtaking coastal views on a guided mountain biking route or guided walk

The Lulworth Estate is also home to the 17th century Lulworth Castle, set in 12,000 acres of ancient parkland, home to peacocks, rose gardens and a playground for children – you can even enjoy a cream tea to boot.

Visitors can stay right on the Estate itself in one of its 12 luxury self-catering holiday cottages (pictured here). Perfectly appointed, with some in walking distance of Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, the cottages have been luxuriously renovated and feature extra special details such as Hypnos beds with cashmere mattresses, thatched rooves, private cinemas and heated swimming pools. Find out more at



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