Travelling to Durdle Door Holiday Park
Durdle Door is located in the village of West Lulworth on the B3070 which leaves the A352 (Wareham to Dorchester road) at Holmebridge. You can access the park via Winfrith Newburgh and also West Lulworth Village.
Please note: if you are travelling with a larger motorhome, please come via Winfrith Newburgh.
Postcode: BH20 5PU for Durdle Door Holiday Park
The nearest railway station is Wool (on the London Waterloo to Weymouth line by South Western Rail). Bus numbers 15, 30 and X55 connect Wool Railway Station to West Lulworth for Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door. Please check individual bus operators for times as they are subject to seasonal changes.
There are 3 bus services to West Lulworth for Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door (numbers 15, 30 and X55). Please check individual bus operators for times as they are subject to seasonal changes.
Go Car-Free! 25 things to do on the X54 Jurassic Coaster
Try your first car-free holiday while using Durdle Door Holiday Park as a base. The seasonal X54 bus route stretches from Poole to Weymouth along the Jurassic Coast, and Durdle Door is right in the middle! Go car-free!
How to get to Durdle Door from London
Planning a trip to the most iconic limestone arch in the UK – Durdle Door from London? Dorset proudly boasts zero miles of motorway within the county, so be prepared for endless country roads and passing through picturesque villages. Of course, we’re accessible by public transport as well, if you’re planning a car free holiday.