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Lulworth Cove Inn, West Lulworth - pub details

Lulworth Cove Inn
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Address: Main Road, West Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5RQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35136) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Wool (4.8 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Lulworth Beach Hotel, West Lulworth (0.0 miles), Castle Inn, West Lulworth (0.5 miles)

user reviews of Lulworth Cove Inn, West Lulworth

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Had a perfect roast in here today,as previously mentioned the place is technically a restaurant but cannot fault it in anyway
Everyone else seemed happy and saw no one complaining
A must if your in Lulworth trust me
wooser - 20 Nov 2022 23:44
Slightly corporate feel, and clientele all appeared very 'down from London for the weekend in the Range rover', but having said that you can't ignore the location. Two Badger ales, including Tangle foot. We sat in the garden (which was packed) in late December (Global warming) and enjoyed the view.. Didn't eat, but food looked great. I can imagine how packed this place must be in summer. I'm not complaining about this pub, you just think there should be a second pub here with dark, small rooms, old wood, ships in bottles and the sound of sea shanties ringing out...
Barrow_Beer_Hunter - 29 Dec 2018 17:54
This is more like a hotel bar / restaurant type place, than a pub.

Having said that, it does have a large outdoor seating area which is a lovely sun trap.

I found the drink prices very decent, considering this is the only pub near the actual Cove. They really have a monopoly and could charge a lot more.

That's my problem with Lulworth Cove in general ... there's nothing there. No pubs, no newsagent, nothing.

The Castle Inn half a mile up the road is a much more traditional pub. However, watch out for the Castle's vastly overpriced standard pub grub.
Pat_Bateman - 14 Mar 2018 14:11
Visited here with friends after a walk with the dogs. It looks like it has been recently renovated especially the toilets which were immaculate!

I didn't have any alcohol as we were driving but there were 3 Badger Brewery ales on tap. We all ate there too and the food was excellent, good selection nicely cooked. All the staff were friendly and we were glad we found this place before driving home.

This was a very nice pub experience, I'd recommend stopping by.
wezmiester - 13 Mar 2018 17:20
Fine for a pint of orange juice and soda after a tiring walk to Durdle Door and back and the ales from Hall and Woodhouse are well above average among those peddled by the national chains. Detailed shipping maps of the glorious local coastline on the wall recall the Dolphin in Plymouth.
BoehmBawerk - 9 Jul 2017 20:33

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