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Lulworth Cove holiday cottages are all about the Jurassic coast
Lulworth Cove accommodations situate you on a particularly spectacular part of the Dorset coastline, by a white pebble beach. The Jurassic coast stretches on both sides of you, and when the curtain of the tide rises, it reveals rockpools gleaming with marine treasures.
Castles and kings
Your Lulworth Cove cottage is blessed with a number of exciting heritage sites within striking distance. For instance, Lulworth Castle & Park is set in stunning Dorset countryside, perfect for picnicking. Enjoy the views from the castle tower, explore the ancient woodlands, and discover the historically significant chapel within the park.
Don't miss out on a trip to the Esplanade on Weymouth's famous beachfront. This picture-perfect idyll is a maritime dream, and you can still see the statues of King George III, who first made sunbathing fashionable here.
Apes and engineering
Children are enthralled by the 300 giant armoured vehicles on display at the Tank Museum. They tell the story of over a century of warfare history through eight interactive exhibitions. You'll see the world's first tank, the legendary German Tiger, and the most recent addition to the collection, the Challenger 2. Hear the stories of the men who fought in these revolutionary vehicles, and about the role these machines played in changing the course of history.
Kids will go ape for Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre, home to TV's Monkey Life and Monkey Business stars. The 65-acre park takes part in international breeding programmes for species under threat. Keepers' talks provide a fascinating insight into the habits, behaviours, and the often traumatic pasts of the primates who have found a haven at the zoo. Watch the monkeys at play, and then play yourselves at the huge Great Ape Adventure Play Area. Seasonal special events throughout the year make your visit even more exciting.
Discover UNESCO World Heritage
Why not paddle back 180 million years in time on the Jurassic coast? Explore famous caves and arches such as Durdle Door and Stair Hole along the way. The Jurassic Coast is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, notable for its impressive rock strata, formations, and marine life. Contact Jurassic Coast Activities, whose experienced guides take you to the most impressive spots.
At Lulworth Equestrian Centre, you can take part in unforgettable horseback hikes along this remarkable coastline. Experienced guides and well-kept horses transport you through some of Dorset's prettiest vistas and back in time to a slower pace of life. You can even take part in a pub ride, during which you and your horse will visit a traditional British pub together. Lessons and hacks are available for children and adults of all experience levels.
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