Weston and its secluded gardens overlook Durdle Door and The South West Coastal Path. The gardens have spectacular views toward Weymouth and The Isle of Portland. The house itself is nestled into a hillside of terraced gardens and woodland. Visitors can hear Tawny Owls and woodland birds on the North side of Weston and calling Seagulls on the wilder South side facing the sea.

Weston is surrounded by quiet private gardens with expansive lawns, orchards and sea views. From these hilltop gardens, guests can gaze out across Weymouth Bay to Durdle Door, Dungy Head, The Isle of Portland, Ozwalds Bay, Hanbury Hill and West Lulworth. A garden gate opens directly onto a footpath leading to the beach at Ozwalds Bay and Dungy Head. From the South gardens visitors can see across the dramatic, Jurassic coast toward the Island of Portland and France beyond. The gardens are planted with wildflowers and native trees such as Sea Buckthorn, Golden Willow and Evergreen Oak, which support rare wildlife including lizards, Peregrine Falcons and Roe Deer. and add a very English charm to the surroundings. The house makes the most of the sloping hill on which it was built allowing for access to the spectacular garden from both the ground and first floor.

Enjoy uninterrupted views of some of the world’s most famous landmarks such as the breathtaking Durdle Door and the white chalk cliffs of The Jurassic Coast, an important Unesco World Heritage Site. Guests have a private barbeque and seating area surrounded by lawn, where they can spend time with family and friends. Spanning an acre, our garden is the perfect place to relax during your Lulworth Cove stay. Also leading directly from the garden is access to the South West Coastal Path.

Whether it’s enjoying quiet afternoons on the beach or visits to Corfe Castle and Poole Harbour with your family and friends, our holiday accommodation offers space and comfort when you return to see the sunset over Durdle Door.

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