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Dorset Coast    Lulworth Cove


Lulworth Cove is a popular destination with stunning local scenery. The Cove itself is a near-perfect
circle which has been carved by the waves into the soft rocks. A 20 minute walk along the cliff path
takes you to Durdle Door, the area's other geological wonder. This impressive natural sea arch has
been carved from the harder chalk rocks. The Heritage Centre  is well worth a visit during your stay.
When you are not walking there are several castles to visit.  Situated just a couple of miles inland,
Lulworth Castle is a 17th century mock medieval castle. The iconic ruins of Corfe Castle stand guard
 over a natural gap in the Purbeck Hills. Dating from the 11th century it is now maintained by the National Trust.

2020
: Classic Walking Holidays operate weekly starting Fridays from May October.
Walkers stay at the same hotel for seven nights. Days start and end with a short bus ride so the walks are in the
most spectacular parts of the countryside  Two different guided walks are offered each day.

High Season prices start at  879 GBP per person for one week based on double occupancy. (approximately $1490 Cdn) 
Non-member associate fee  10 GBP per person.
Single rooms with no single supplement are offered but with limited availability.

Includes:
Seven nights first class accommodation with private bath
Three meals a day
Guided walking programme with a choice of three walks daily
Transportation in conjunction with the walks

Walks:  include cliff-top paths, beach, riverside and woods as well as villages.
Two choices of guided walks are offered each day.

  • Easier walks    .5 -7.5 miles         up to1000 ft of ascent over a day.
  • Harder walks    8 - 12 miles          up to 1800 ft of ascent over a day.

    When you are not walking:
    Enjoy the pubs and cafes in the hamlet of Lulworth Cove. Explore castles in the region. Ride the restored Swanage steam Railway.  Visit Thomas Hardy's cottage. Take a ferry to an island nature reserve.


     
    ACCOMMODATION:

    LULWORTH MILL HOUSE,
    named after the mill that once stood on the site, the hotel is located in the village of West Lulworth with views of the nearby sea. Non smoking rooms have private bath, TV, wifi and hairdryers. 

    All meals are included with a hot or cold breakfast buffet, a generous self-select picnic lunch and a hearty three-course evening meal. There is always a vegetarian option..
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