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Lulworth Cove, Dorset
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Stunning Lulworth Cove and the picture-perfect arch of Durdle Door are featured upon many a Dorset postcard and holiday brochure, but there’s nothing like seeing the real thing with your own eyes. What’s more, your dog can enjoy the view too, while exploring the mile-upon-mile of scenic coast path which meanders along this beautiful stretch of the Jurassic coastline.
Lulworth is split into East and West Lulworth, both pretty historic villages which have the added benefit of being on one of the most glorious spots in Dorset, if not the whole of the South West. West Lulworth is a traditional fishing village which has a colourful past of smuggling and illicit activities, while East Lulworth is bursting with chocolate-box cottages and the beautiful Lulworth Castle and Park.
Lulworth Cove is a lovely spot to enjoy with your dog, as the beach to the left-hand side of the slipway is dog-friendly year-round. Durdle Door is always dog-friendly too, and dogs on a lead are welcome to visit the Park at Lulworth Castle, so there are plenty of activities to keep you and your pet busy during your stay.
When you’re tired of exploring, retire to one of our dog-friendly cottages in Lulworth where you’ll find all the home comforts and extra features such as enclosed gardens, sea views and maybe even dog-toys and treats to make your stay with your pet an enjoyable one.
Choosing a dog-friendly cottage won’t mean that you miss out on little luxuries either as many of our four and five-star cottages welcome pets.
Book your stay in one of our dog-friendly Lulworth holiday cottages today and give you and your pooch something to look forward to, or browse all of our dog-friendly cottages in Dorset.
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