The Local Area
Uphill Nature Reserve and Boatyard: Walk along the path past the boatyard and the lake or over the top to St Nicholas Church and The Windmill Tower. Panoramic views from the tower on all sides. Walk back down to the beach at Uphill where many wind based activities often take place. Sand yachting, Kite surfing to name a few.
Sand Bay and Sand point: A short drive along the coast road from Weston or a ride on the open top bus takes you to Sand Bay and Sand Point. Or for the more energetic there is a walking trail through Weston Woods.
Sand Bay: Large beach that is popular with dog walkers and a lovely spot to watch amazing sunsets.
Sand Point: At the far end of the beach is The National Trust Reserve at Sand Point.
Walk over the hill for amazing views all around and Woodspring Priory. National Trust has a circular walking route you can follow indicating points of interest.
Burnham-on-Sea: Miles of sandy beaches. The shortest pier. Amusements. Donkey rides. The lighthouse on the beach. Walk along the promenade to the sailing club and along the sea wall into Apex Park. Pubs and Restaurants.
Shopping in the High Street.
Brean and Berrow: Miles of sandy beaches. Amusements. Leisure Park with a variety of rides for all ages, swimming pool and soft play areas.
Walk over The National Trusts Brean Down to the Old Fort where there are guided tours in the summer. Wonderful views across the Bristol Channel. Pubs and Restaurants.
Cheddar Gorge: Almost 400 foot deep and 3 miles long Cheddar is England’s largest Gorge. Walk the 274 steps up Jacob’s Ladder for the view from the top.
Watch Cheese being made at the Cheddar Cheese Factory and sweets being made at The Cheddar Sweet Kitchen. Visit the famous caves or just take a drive through The Gorge.