Around Clevedon

Discover more about the beautiful town of Clevedon with its Historic Grade 1 listed Victorian Pier.

Based in a sought after location in upper Clevedon, we have a whole host of amenities and facilities on our doorstep.

The famous grade 1 listed Clevedon pier and seafront with excellent views, eating places and a coastal path is a short walk away.

The prestigious hill road shops, cafes, bakery, restaurants and Italian delicatessen are just a few meters from your front door where you can enjoy socialising and living as a part of a vibrant community.

You can also enjoy a stroll through the peaceful 19th century Herbert gardens to the rear of the property.

Clevedon town centre offers high street brands, unique shops and supermarkets as well as the Curzon cinema; an experience that transports you back in time as one of the oldest purpose-built cinemas in the world that is still in working order, screening the latest blockbusters as well as classics.

Clevedon also offers a wide range of activities and clubs such as Clevedon promenade bowling club and the 128 year old golf club.

The pier was built during the 1860s to attract tourists and provide a ferry port for rail passengers to South Wales. The pier is 312 m (1,024 ft) long and consists of eight spans supported by steel rails covered by wooden decking, with a pavilion on the pier head. Click here if you want to find out more about the pier.

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