|Escape to the beautiful World Heritage Jurassic Coast...
Lisa and Clive welcome you to Bindon Bottom. This charming Victorian country house built of Purbeck and local stone is our home, nestled into the bottom of Bindon Hill in the quintessential English village of West Lulworth, Dorset. It has panoramic views of Hambury Tout and Bindon Hill and is just a 5 minute walk from Lulworth Cove. It was built in 1871, at the same time as the village church, The Holy Trinity, and was originally named No. 1 Bindon Villa. We feel very lucky to live in such a beautiful part of the world and we look forward to extending you a warm welcome.
Stay a while... to explore, experience and enjoy!
We have five guest rooms at Bindon Bottom: Four double rooms and one twin room. We feel sure you’ll have a very relaxing and comfortable stay with us. Because of our perfect location and our relaxed atmosphere, many guests settle into Bindon Bottom as their base to discover the magnificent World Heritage Jurassic Coast as well as the beautiful Dorset Countryside and the Isle of Purbeck.
Please check our website for room prices, descriptions and availability calendar: www.bindonbottom.com
Each guest room offers:
* An extremely comfortable bed made up with Organic & Pure Cotton bed linen, luxury duvets and divine pillows
* Flat screen TV, with 'Free Sat' Channels & DVD player ~ And we have a new DVD Library.
* Wi Fi Internet Access
* A hospitality tray brimming with Organic/Fair Trade tea & herbal teas, coffee, hot chocolate, decaf tea & coffee, filtered bottled water, fresh local milk and a jar of local biscuits & snacks.
* Fluffy Fair Trade/Organic cotton towels
* Luxury Fair Trade/Organic bathrobes
* Eco Hair dryer
* A wind-up Eco Torch to get you to the pub and back in the dark (there are no street lights in the village)
* Organic luxury toiletries including hand wash, shampoo, conditioner, shower gel/bath foam & lots more...
* The Official Jurassic Coast Information & Guide Books
* A guest folder filled with useful information and ideas on where to eat and what to do...