Bindon Bottom B&B nestles into the foot of Bindon Hill and is the perfect starting point for Lulworth Range Walks. This region known as The Purbecks has it's own micro climate and has some of the highest sun hours and average temperatures in the country. Its coastline is recognised as nationally important for its wildlife and marine species and the geology is equally important and impressive with visitors coming from around the world to study its fossils.
Bindon Bottom B&B is opposite to farmland hills, The Holy Trinity Church, and our West Lulworth village stores. Just a 5 minute stroll down to Lulworth Cove itself, you can enjoy lovely walks west, up Hambury Tout and over to the famous Durdle Door and beyond, or to the east along the South West Coastal Path toward Kimmeridge Bay.
Lulworth Cove forms part of the World Heritage 'Jurassic Coast' and is an ideal place to walk or bike exploring some of it's beautiful coastal paths, country lanes, scenic off-road routes.
The neighbouring village of East Lulworth is home to the beautiful Lulworth Castle, a grand feature of the Purbeck countryside that was built during the 17th century as a hunting lodge to entertain King James the 1st.
If you're coming to Dorset for a few days or more, and you love the natural environment, we would personally recommend a Jurassic Safari to get your bearings on all of the most beautiful spots to revisit during your stay.