Uphill has much to entertain resident and visitor alike:
Have a drink. Uphill has two public houses, The Dolphin and the soon to be reopened Ship, both of which serve bar snacks and meals.
Have a meal. La Cucina Italiana is an Italian restaurant renowned for Italian fine food, that makes you feel welcome and at ease. It has a feel good atmosphere where you can relax and enjoy fine food and great wine with family and friends.
Stop overnight. The Old Hall providing luxury accommodation throughout the year.
Pop in a shop. Uphill News, a well-stocked shop/newsagent and a good General Store are both located on Old Church Road in the centre of the village.
Look at the flowers. The Donkey Field, located opposite Uphill Manor, is filled with flowers in spring, with snowdrops in February followed by crocuses, daffodils and bluebells in succession.
Climb the Hill. Uphill hill and nature reserve provides panoramic views of the area, the Somerset levels and the hills from the Mendips to Exmoor, the Bristol Channel, and Wales beyond.
Watch birds. The Tidal Trail provides a scenic route to a bird reserve other paths on which to walk. The Quarry area is rich in wild life and is home to owls, kestrels and many other birds.
Study the plant life. The plant life on the hill and surrounds is very interesting and some rare and scarce plants are to be found, including orchids.
Feed the ducks. In the village, ducks and moorhens are present throughout the year on the Great Rhine, a small stream that passes through the village to the Pill at the boatyard.
Go for a walk There are many popular walks around the outskirts of Uphill including along the beach and in particular over the local nature reserves.
Join in. From Christmas entertainments, events on the hill and beacon burns in celebration of national events to summer fetes and charity duck races with a scarecrow festival as well there is always lots to do and join in with in Uphill.
Download: Welcome brochure
Look at our Uphill Walks page