Visiting the Village 
West Lulworth is a picturesque rural village. The Cove and Durdle Door are widely known, but Lulworth has far more to offer than beaches. If scenic coast and countryside appeal, if walking in open fields of flowers and butterflies has an attraction, if good food and a friendly pub at the end of the day sounds your sort of thing, Lulworth is probably for you. If it's nightclubs you're looking for, we recommend Weymouth.
Durdle Door
Main Street
West Lulworth
Fresh winds at Durdle Door
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Holy Trinity
Lulworth from the West
Street Sign
Chris the Stone-painter
New Multi Sports Area
St Oswald
Castle Inn
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The Bucket tree
The Spring
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Chrissy
Village shop
The Castle Inn West Lulworth
Durdle Door 2
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View to the East
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Our small community is close, yet welcoming. We receive about half a million visitors each year, but the village stays remarkably peaceful. We have large car parks. Careless roadside parking can prevent access for emergency vehicles, so we ask you to please park safely.

To visit Lulworth is to step back into a calmer time. Our little streets are safe and by choice without lighting. The starry sky is part of our scenery. On passing a stranger in the dark, don't be surprised if you are wished a friendly "Good night."

Welcome to West Lulworth.