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All reviews boat yard lovely walk cycle path old church weston super mare popular with dog walkers wild flowers sea wall bird life circular walk worth a visit lovely scenery bird hide boatyard field cattle tower
We have recently visited nature reserve and was stunned by the amazing large sky landscape, it is suitable for all types of walkers with a well made path and grass lands. It’s nearly impossible to park locally in or out of season so plan ahead.
I often walk there with a close friend or my husband it's very peaceful and depending what month you walk there are many beautiful wild flowers. There's a special place to view birds and swans. You can climb the hill to see Uphill Church. Worth...More
I felt that I had to write and complain in relation to your misleading and misrepresentation of facilities/services of uphill caravan park on your website.
We were booked in this past weekend, 17th - 19th August. When I queried with the warden the...More
The campsite location is great. Lovely peaceful site with couple of pubs & beautiful beach all within easy walking distance. The showers & toilets are fine.
The one thing that looses this site down is the attitude of the lady that runs the site she...More
I enjoy walking here, superb views from top of the hill. Long or short walks equally enjoyable. The cycle path goes through to Brean Down, There are several tracks leading through the area near the water, yet it’s tajen me several walks to know where...More
Although I've seen neither here, the path winds through mostly green pastures and wise hedgerows.....a long way from traffic and disturbances, so I would imagine that there is always a chance of seeing an adder or grass... More
Although I've seen neither here, the path winds through mostly green pastures and wise hedgerows.....a long way from traffic and disturbances, so I would imagine that there is always a chance of seeing an adder or grass snake. I did see a slow worm not too far from there.