Lulworth Castle (Dorset) Reviews
Description:Address: East Lulworth / Dorset / BH20 5QS / England
Newest Review: ... a grand hunting estate of a lord or gentry. As you get up towards the entrance there is ample parking for everybody visiting, it was a fairly nice day when we went there, and there weren't too many people there. When you get out the car you realise how big the estate is, as you walk up to the Castle. The grounds are where they hold the festivals 'Camp Bestival' and others. It costs £8.50 for ... more
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by - written on 08/11/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Lulworth Castle isn't really a castle before you ask it's a hunting lodge that was designed to look like a castle when it was built by Thomas Howard in the early 17th Century. It's part of the larger Lulworth Estate in Dorset, with local attractions like Lulworth Cover and Durdle Door in the vicinity. It can be found at BH20 5QS for mortals with satnavs and for the rest of us it's just to the west of Poole on the south coast, before you get to Weymouth. If you look at a coastal map you can see the perfectly formed cove of Lulworth standing out on the coast. We spent a day in the area on a trip from Southampton, it didn't take long to get to, was well ... Read the complete review
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