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We were staying at the local caravan park but we ventured down most nights to the Castle for our evening meals. The staff are extremely friendly making you feel welcome as soon as you walk though the door. The food is unbelievable, a great menu...More
My girlfriend and I visited Durdle Door and on the way there we passed by Castle Inn. We were stunned by this village and how all the houses looked like. We were so hungry so we stopped there for a nice lunch.
We had a...More
This is a quaint thatched pub/hotel.
My guess is it relies on passing trade as it is on the way to Lulworth and pubs are few and far between.
£1.90 for half pint cider seems expensive to me.
Two hamburger an chips, fish an chips...More
We booked over the phone about 4 months in advance and the fact that it was dog friendly and in the location we wanted was perfect! It definitely did not live up to our expectations! The pub was interior was in a poor state and...More
Great food and a fantastic selection of ales and ciders. Accommodation was very comfortable, large room but in need of a little refurbishment. Some noise from outside the pub at night, but as it closes at 10pm this wasn't a problem. Overall a very enjoyable...More
US$100 - US$167 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The Castle Inn West Lulworth, United Kingdom - Dorset
I was told it was sold, let's hope the new owners spend some much needed money on the place. It was very bad & in need of total refurbish & modernization.
Can't even begin to describe how bad the place had become.