Uplyme is a lively and young-spirited village, with many great amenities for locals and visitors including the school, post office, church, village pub, village hall events and several fantastic walks through beautiful Devon countryside.
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Art Lectures in June and July
Summer Programme of Art and Design History Lectures and a study day:
Saturday June 29th, 2pm-3.30pm, lecture about Paul Rego and Jenny Saville, two contemporary figurative artists,
Uplyme Village Hall, free... More
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Red a Kite sighting in Rocombe.
Just saw a beautiful, beautiful Red Kite flying over Rocombe today, soaring gently overhead as we ate our dinner outside.
I saw one a month or so ago in West Dorset,... More
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Bed and Breakfast in Uplyme
Fingle Bed and Breakfast is set in beautiful surroundings in the heart of the village and offers comfortable bed and breakfast catering for couples looking for a peaceful and relaxing break.
Hook Farm caravan and Camping Park has over 6 acres of camping space. Being away from the main road and tucked away in a valley, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Hook Farm is a hidden gem.
Cannington Farm also offers excellent camping facilities in a very peaceful setting by the old viaduct.
Harcombe House Enjoying a truly tranquil position in the village of Harcombe Bottom, between the village of Uplyme and the popular resort of Lyme Regis, Harcombe House offers a variety of accommodation to suit all tastes, requirements and budgets.
Old Orchard is a detached, centrally heated cottage conveniently close to the village amenities, which is well furnished and equipped. There is a delightful sitting room with a stereo and TV, and a coal effect enclosed stove.
The Jurassic Coast
A short walk away, Lyme Regis, (part of UNESCO's recently announced
'World Heritage Site' Jurassic Coast), offers seaside activities including sailing,
motor boating, waterskiing, fishing, bathing, cinema, theatre, golf, museum, fossil
hunting and several great restaurants and pubs.