With such a range of excellent pubs in the Lulworth area, scattered through the rolling hills surrounding this beautiful part of Dorset you’ll be spoilt for choice for places to stop for a pint!
The Castle Inn, Lulworth Cove
This traditional 16th Century thatched pub, serving up locally sourced food and regularly changing local real ales and ciders. Dogs are welcome here.
The Sailor’s Return, East Chaldon
A great family run thatched pub nestled in a tucked away hamlet surrounded by rolling hills and great walking country. The menu reflects the seasons and is locally sourced.
Countryman Inn, East Knighton
An expansive, family run, country inn surrounded by great walks. There is a large garden with kids play area, wide ranging menu and good selection of beers and cider and a famous Sunday Carvery.
The Blue Vinny, Puddletown
A village pub with home cooked food with seasonal ingredients sourced locally from friends or trusted suppliers. The wine list has been chosen with the menu in mind and it also offers a range of guest ales on tap.
Lulworth Cove Inn, Lulworth Cove
Set above Lulworth Cove it has sea views and easy access to the coast path. You can enjoy one of many locally produced beers of a glass of wine or two in the large sunny garden. It’s a great spot to stop, either on the way to, or the way back from the beach.
The Black Bear, Wool
The Black Bear is in the oldest part of Wool village. The pub dates from the 19th century, built from local Coombe Keynes red brick and has retained is Victorian charm. Dogs welcome in the bar area.
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