Hambury House is a beautiful, new build, thatched cottage in the quaint village of West Lulworth.
The property has been tastefully designed to delicately incorporate traditional features such as a thatched roof and wooden ceiling beams into the build, whilst retaining a contemporary feel.
Situated in the heart of the village, the property is within a short walk of the village stores and a couple of pubs including the Castle Inn, a 16th Century thatched tavern reputed to be one of the oldest public house in Dorset.
Known as the Gateway to the Jurassic Coast, West Lulworth is situated within a scenic ten minute stroll of the picturesque Lulworth Cove, a sheltered horse-shoe shaped natural harbour.
Historically, the cove was notorious as a popular landing point for smugglers looking to land their illicit booty. Today a fleet of fishing trawlers are based in the cove as well as pleasure boats offering scenic day voyages along the coast. Its sheltered position makes the cove particularly popular with beachgoers looking to sun bath and swim.
Lulworth Cove is only half a mile from Durdle Door, an iconic natural limestone arch which has featured in several music videos, television productions and movies such as Nanny Mcphie.
Weymouth and Portland, official Olympic 2012 sailing venues, are within a 20 mile drive.
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