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A guide to Lulworth Cove, the gem of Dorset

Wednesday, 23 August 2017



You may have noticed that I haven't posted anything in a fair while, I'm sorry! I've been lucky enough to have spent time in both Dorset and Spain recently, so I want to share both of these with you.

I stayed with my family in a lovely little village called West Lulworth, just up the road from the famously picturesque Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. The scenery in this area is just stunning with some breathtaking views and crystal clear waters. That alone made this area perfect for a relaxing break away from home.

So what did I get up to?

EATING AND DRINKING



I ate (and may have drunk) SO MUCH on this holiday, no regrets whatsoever. Lulworth Cove itself has a few restaurants/pubs just up the road so we mainly dined in these. If you're into fish then there is plenty of choice here as restaurants and pubs get fresh catches of fish daily and means menus are changeable and very interesting! The Lulworth Lodge (that's where the goblet of Pimms was from) and Lulworth Cove Inn were my favourites here. Also if you're into your cider, then there's a pub about a mile from here called The Castle Inn which has a massive selection of local ciders.

There was also a lot of ice cream, everywhere.





WHERE TO GO

All the photos above are from the nearby seaside town of Swanage. The seaside here looks like something from a painting! It's so pretty and such a traditional British beachfront full of holiday goers so had a great atmosphere. We spent a lovely day here gauging on pizza and ice cream for lunch and exploring the various art shops and pier.

I definitely didn't nearly buy the 'Bitches Who Brunch' Candle.

Sandbanks is another beach around 30 minutes away, a perfect stretch of sandy coastline, perfect for a whole day out at the beach.

Durdle Door is nearby; quite an iconic beach with the arch and is fairly easy to walk to from Lulworth Cove.

WOULD I COME BACK?

Of course! I had a super relaxing week here and ate and drunk a ridiculous amount of very tasty food! The views round here have you in awe of the beautiful coastline and leave you wanting to explore much more. There's also numerous coastal paths you can walk on which take you to other beaches that equally as pretty. Being near Bournemouth, Poole and Weymouth means you're not far from bigger towns and amenities which also have lots to offer

I hope you enjoyed my post on Dorset and will get writing on one about Spain ASAP!

Lottie x


10 comments:

  1. Looks so pretty! Hope you had an amazing time! xx


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  2. Oh myyyyy, such lovely pictures, makes me miss it so much! You definitely saw the best of the local area, Johnny Depp has a house in Sandbanks and sent his two kids to school there! And Swanage is my ABSOLUTE favourite place that I used to go to almost once a week back when I still lived at home. And yes, there is ice cream EVERYWHERE. I'm glad you enjoyed your trip there!! Poppy (from www.thepoppyraptor.wordpress.com - the comments thing won't let me leave a comment as anything but 'Unknown' xD)

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  3. Glad to hear you had a lovely time in Dorset - so beautiful there isn't it! Fab photos too, I miss it there so much!

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  4. Those pictures look gorgeous! Clear blue water is the best. Ice-cream is also the best. At any time of the year!

    Carol xx
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  5. I live in Poole, Dorset it is such a beautiful place and I am so glad you enjoyed it here. Love Casey x http://casestreetx.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. Looks so lovely here, your pictures and thoughts have made me want to go (the drink especially). Lovely post!
    With Love Yossy x

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  7. I remember coming here for my geography field trip, it's such a lovely place and you've captured it perfectly! Glad you had a lovely time!

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  8. Ohhh it looks so beautiful and the food sounds amazing! :D xx

    elizabeth ♡ ”Ice Cream” whispers Clara
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  9. omggg those ice cream flavours! the things i would do right now for an eton mess ice cream...phwooooar.

    dorset is such a beautiful place, i've not been for a few years now but used to visit there quite regularly when i was a wee bit younger!

    katie. xx lacoconoire.com

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  10. Dorset looks beautiful.. loved your post..x

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