West Lulworth

a Registered One-Place Study and part of the Dorset OPC network


OPC pages for nearby parishes:

Chaldon Herring OPC

East Lulworth OPC

East Stoke OPC

Tyneham OPC

Winfrith Newburgh OPC

Lulworth specific sites:

Lulworth Cove

This website is hosted by Avril and Mike Dale who run the Gatton House Bed & Breakfast in Main Road. It features many photographs of West Lulworth, the Cove and surrounding area and includes a history of West Lulworth from 1900BC to the present day.

Lulworth Online

Lulworth Online is a Lulworth Cove website designed to enhance visitors experience of Lulworth Cove and this beautiful area, by providing tourist information of what could be awaiting them, as well as listings of accommodation and where to eat in the area, as there are several restaurants in Lulworth Cove.

Lulworth Estate

Lulworth is most famous for its Cove, a natural horseshoe-shaped harbour. Nearby, the Lulworth Estate also has much to offer. Whether you're here for a day, a week or longer, there are attractions to visit, places to stay, stunning walks on the coast and in the countryside, hospitality (private & corporate) and an annual programme of events.

More general sites of interest

Dorset History Centre

The Dorset History Centre is in Dorchester and holds the registers for most parishes in Dorset, along with many other records.

Dorset Life

This magazine is published monthly and many articles are available in abridged form online.

Articles featuring West Lulworth published in Dorset Life:

Dorset OPC

This site provides a wealth of information for all the parishes in Dorset, including census returns, parish registers and much more besides.

Pictures of England

A website with a mass of photographs of places across England.


This site has lots of information about towns and villages in Dorset and includes many historical maps.

Great Walks in Britain - Lulworth Cove

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Dorset Historic Churches Trust

Dorset Historic Churches Trust assists, by grant or interest free loan, repairs to the fabric of Dorset's Christian churches of all denominations. Since the Trust was founded in 1959 it has assisted more than 250 churches in the County.