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"Jurassic Coast and Portland Small-Group Tour from Dorset Including Lulworth Cove
Jurassic Coast Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door Tour from Dorset"Leaving Weymouth or a pick up of your choice you head to the village of Corfe. The village is constructed almost completely from the local grey Purbeck limestone and comprises two main streets. Take your time to have a tea or coffee. The streets are c the post office church and pubs.You explore Corfe Castle. The dramatic ruins of Corfe Castle stand on a natural hill guarding the principal route through the Purbeck Hills. As you can see it guards the gap between the south of Purbeck where Purbeck marble was once quarried and the rest of England. Nothing could pass in or out without going past the Castle.Then you are off to Durdle Door. You then have a short drive from Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove. Take your time to visit the Lulworth visitor centre and learn abou
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"Portland and Jurassic Coast Day Trip from Dorset including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door
"Portland and Jurassic Coast Day Trip from Dorset including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door Corfe Castle and Broadchurch Locations""You leave Weymouth or a pick up location of your choice in the morning from where you head to the village of Corfe. The village is constructed almost completely from the local grey Purbeck limestone and comprises two main streets. Take your time to en the post office church and pubs.Here you can explore Corfe Castle (own expense). The dramatic ruins of Corfe Castle stand on a natural hill guarding the principal route through the Purbeck Hills. As you can see it guards the gap between the south of Purbeck where Purbeck marble was once quarried and the rest of England. Nothing could pass in or out without going past the Castle.Then you are off to Durdle Door. You then have a short drive from Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove. Take your time to visit the Lulworth Visitor Centre and learn abou
From GBP75.00
 
"Jurassic Coast and Portland Small-Group Tour from Dorset Including Lulworth Cove
Jurassic Coast Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door Tour from Dorset"Leaving Weymouth or a pick up of your choice you head to the village of Corfe. The village is constructed almost completely from the local grey Purbeck limestone and comprises two main streets. Take your time to have a tea or coffee. The streets are c the post office church and pubs.You explore Corfe Castle. The dramatic ruins of Corfe Castle stand on a natural hill guarding the principal route through the Purbeck Hills. As you can see it guards the gap between the south of Purbeck where Purbeck marble was once quarried and the rest of England. Nothing could pass in or out without going past the Castle.Then you are off to Durdle Door. You then have a short drive from Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove. Take your time to visit the Lulworth visitor centre and learn abou
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Westbeach Restaurant

My visit was for lunch on a lovely sunny day,although as there was a strong breeze blowing i was pleased that i had booked a table inside rather than on the terrace.This did not distract from the...
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Lynton Court

Lynton Court is a restaurant that operates under the Table Table chain belonging to the Premier Inn Stable. The food was excellent; the staff were very attentive and catered for our every need. There...
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The Bear Cross

As we had not booked a table and it was busy we did wonder if it would be a problem.As soon as we walked in the door a member of staff welcomed us and found us a table.Although our table was not in...
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Zoukini's

Zoukini's is a vegetarian restaurant that is located outside of the city centre, in Westbourne. It is quite colourful and the interior is inspired by Asian style.I went to eat here on mother's day and...
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Amaretto Restaurant

While I walked through Bournemouth in search for lunch I stumbled upon Amaretto Restaurant and decided to have lunch here. I was the only customer and that felt a bit weird. The restaurant just felt...
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Westbeach

I had a really enjoyable dinner here. Just walked in at 6.30 on a Saturday night (works in mid-April; don't try it "in season"). Lovely place with a pleasant laid back seaside atmosphere, excellent...
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Oishii Oishii Sushi

£6.50 for a delicious bowl of crispy noodles!And it's a relaxed, spacious, clean & bright place, with seating outside - in a pedestrianised street.Hit the spot for me!Just does sushi type stuff and...
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Chimichanga

I had a long morning (awake at 5ish and up at 7) of wandering the beach and town, as well as a spell in The Russell-Cotes Gallery & Museum (tip to follow). After registering at the conference, the...
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Hot Rocks Restaurant

Overpriced for what it is, but they have done a little hawaian theming.The staff were pleasant when I visited with my family and had a good selection of meats, soups and salads.Food was presented...
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Westpoint Bistro & Bar

I was actually just after something simple and greasy but the blackboard here caught my eye -I liked the sound of the Seafood Ragout and so decided to give the place a visit.Service was welcoming and...
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Ocean City Restaurant

There are not many Chinese restaurants in the Dorset area that serve real dim sum. This little gem has grown from strength to strength it seems, providing a wide range of dim sum in a modern...
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Anglo Indian

As Indian restaurants go this one is merely OK. The only time I ate here there was only one other table occupied and the place was a bit soulless.Decor and the sitar twang-twang music are bit too...
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Harry Ramsdens

Harry Ramsdens doesn't claim to be the "best" fish and chips in the World but simply the "most famous". It certainly is famous and whilst perhaps not the best of the best this outlet here in...
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The Goat and Tricycle

This amusingly-named pub makes an appearance on my page here under "Things to Do" as it is Bournemouth's best pub for proper beer (usually 11 on tap). It also offers a reasonable-priced, pub food menu...
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Top Hotels in Bournemouth

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West Hill Road, West Cliff, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH2 5PH, United Kingdom
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26 Derby Road, East Cliff, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 3QB, United Kingdom
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Exeter Road, Bournemouth, BH2 5AJ, United Kingdom
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Exeter Rd, Bournemouth, BH2 5AG, GB
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16 Gervis Road, East Cliff, (formerly Anglo Swiss) Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 3EQ, United Kingdom
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Richmond Hill, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH2 6EN, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Bournemouth

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Beach

Of course I knew that Bournemouth was a beach town, but when I went to the beach on my first afternoon in town, it took my breath away for a short moment. I really had not expected such an impressive...
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The Gardens

The walk from Bournemouth town centre to Bournemouth Pier takes you through some attractive gardens.Within the gardens you will find several things to see and do.These include mini golf,a large bird...
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The Eye

The Victorians pioneered tethered air ballon flights and they became very popular in London and Paris from the 1860's. As yet i have not managed a trip on this tethered helium filled air ballon,which...
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Aquarium

Great selection of marine life and displays, kept me and the family entertained for hours. A little pricey on entry(£9) but had a discount as a student. Immerse yourself in a sea of colour, with 8...
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Pier

I almost forgot to write a tip about this! It’s right under my nose, and one of the town’s “attractions”, but... It is one of those icons of English seaside resorts. Compulsory. Many seem to rot and...
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Russell Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

A wonderful museum that surprised me very much! I read about it in my travel guide and decided to go. The museum is located on the east cliff, a beautiful location overlooking the ocean. In the front...
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"Bournemouth - where Tolkien holidayed!"
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johngayton

"All The B's - Beaches, Babes, Buzzy and Busy..."
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SORHUS

"bournemouth the summer town in england"
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Gerrem

"Learning English"
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"BEUATIFUL BOURNEMOUTH!"
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