This is a holiday park with 2 and 3 bedroom caravans, camping pods and also the option to bring your own motor home or caravan.
We have put on transport to and from Lulworth castle on the day of the wedding. The bus will do a couple of shuttles, to take guests to the church in the afternoon, and then again in the evening from the castle. There will be 2 collection/drop off points: The Durdle Door Holiday Park front entrance, and the Lulworth Cove main car park on Main Road.
We will be able to give more specifics regarding times of collections and drop offs nearer the time.
01929 400 864 / 07949 5225 33
01929 400409 / 07811 328281
01929 444 546
England's first and only, natural World Heritage site.
Durdle Door is probably the most famous stone arch anywhere in the world. It was created when the sea pierced through the Portland limestone around 10,000 years ago. Looking west over the beach, isolated stacks out at sea show where an older coastline once lay.
By following the natural cliff path down to Durdle Door beach, or the steps to Man O’War beach, the tilted Purbeck Beds are clearly visible.
This World Heritage Site popularly known as the ‘Jurassic Coast’. Stretching from Exmouth in the west, to the mouth of Poole Harbour at Studland Bay Dorset in the east, this 95 miles of coast represent 185 million years of the Earth’s history with rocks from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous time periods.
Formed by the combined forces of the sea and a river swollen by melting ice at the end of the last Ice Age.
Open every day, it welcomes thousands of people each year who come to enjoy the panoramic views and crystal clear waters on this stretch of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Lulworth is incredible when experienced outside. The land and the sea surrounding Lulworth present many opportunities for outdoor activities. Whether its horse riding, water sports, cycling, rock pooling or wildlife watching (or the hundreds of other things in between) you will almost certainly be able to engage in your chosen pursuit nearby.
Situated at the western end of Chesil Beach / Chesil Bank, the area forms part of the Dorset Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site within Lyme Bay. West Bay is a wonderful seaside location for coast and countryside walks, fossil hunting, fishing / angling trips, scuba diving, paragliding, golfing, river boating and much more. The Dorset historic market town of Bridport lies one and a half miles inland from the West Bay coast.
This is also the site where the ITV series 'Broadchurch' was filmed.