Visit Uphall and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Uphall, West Lothian. The old parish church contains much of its l2th century beginnings, including the lower part of the tower and the main entrance, a Romanesque doorway. It also has a notable bell, one of the oldest in West Lothian, dedicated to St Nicholas in 1503.
Houston House, 1 mile away, is a crowstepped, gabled house built in 1601, and was the home of the late Ian Lindsay, the Scottish architect, and is now a hotel.
Nearby cities: Edinburgh
Nearby towns: Bathgate, Broxburn, Linlithgow, Livingston, Queensferry
Nearby villages: Abercorn, Addiewell, Balerno, Blackburn, Blackness, Bo ness, Breich, Bridgend, Charlestown, Cramond Bridge, Dalgety Bay, Dalmahoy, Dalmeny, Dechmont, East Calder, Ecclesmachan, Gogar, Inverkeithing, Kirkliston, Kirknewton, Limekilns, Longridge, Maddiston, Mid Calder, Newbridge, North Queensferry, Philpstoun, Polbeth, Port Edgar, Pumpherston, Ratho, Rosyth, Seafield, St. Davids, Stoneyburn, Torphichen, Turnhouse, Uphall Station, West Calder, Whitburn, Whitecross, Winchburgh
Have you decided to visit Uphall or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Uphall bed and breakfast (a Uphall B&B or Uphall b and b)
- a Uphall guesthouse
- a Uphall hotel (or motel)
- a Uphall self-catering establishment, or
- other Uphall accommodation