Clevedon is a town and civil parish in the unitary authority of North Somerset, which covers part of the ceremonial county of Somerset, England. It has a population of 21,281 according to the United Kingdom Census 2011. It lies among a group of small hills, including Church Hill, Wain's Hill (topped by the remains of an Iron Age hill fort), Dial Hill, Strawberry Hill, Castle Hill, Hangstone Hill and Court Hill which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest along the Severn estuary. Clevedon was mentioned in the Domesday Book but grew in the Victorian era as a seaside resort.
Restaurants in Clevedon
4.5 based on 633 reviews
How ridiculous is it to spend £5.50 for 2 to get on the pier and then have to spend even more to check out the new cafe. I have lived in the area for over 20 years and have spent many a pleasurable afternoon walking along the pier but not any more. The person on the desk was extremely rude and snooty. Not a very good impression for visitors. The pier may be Grade 1 listed but the staff certainly need to be more polite.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
4.5 based on 34 reviews
We walked through the park on Sunday to the Marine Lake. What a lovely place, lots of people swimming and a beautiful lake. Lots of facilities near by. Have a paddle if you go there.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
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4 based on 9 reviews
An absolute must for all locals and visitors to Clevedon. The top floor of the Clevedon Pier Toll House has been transformed into an excellent interactive facility presenting the history of Clevedon whilst downstairs the shop is stocked with Clevedon and Nautical themed goods whilst the Port Hole room under the Pier offers a superb interactive facility with historical facts, figures and pictures of Clevedon.
5 based on 8 reviews
This coastal path starts at the top of the hill on Marine Parade and continues upstream by the River Severn for six miles (10kms) to Portishead Lake Gardens. It is undulating and runs through Redcliff Bay which is a National Trust reserve. The views across, up and down the river are delightful and vary from Rocky and Sandy bays, to river cliffs, sweeping rural views, shady forest glades and glimpses of the Severn crossings and the Brecon beacons. Detours can include Walton Castle (adjacent to Clevedon golf club) and Walton woods close to Walton in Gordan. We usually finish our walk at the Windmill pub then suitably refreshed take the bus back to Clevedon.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
This unique shopping area has now been enhanced by the opening of 'The Food Market @ Seeley's'. The market offers a wide selection of fresh, local produce including a butchers, fishmongers, fruit and vegetables, a wide range of cheese's, delicious cakes and gluten free products. You will also discover stalls selling amazing Indian, South African and Mediterranean food. This has certainly....
Local Butcher's, Baker's, Fishmonger's, Grocer's, Greengrocer's produce and gift items are available twice every week anchored with an excellent cafe. In addition this location regularly hosts Craft and Vintage markets several times each month. One stop shopping with a style and atmosphere of its own
4 based on 5 reviews
Alexandra Gardens are a little anonymous, but deserves a bit more attention. Certainly well used by the Clevedon locals, this is a park in two quite distinct parts. The upper Gardens with its entrance off of Hill Road, is somewhat predictably a pine tree woodland sloping down towards the more formal Gardens, with mature trees, impressive floral displays and a gazebo.
Good picnic spot, and worth visiting.
3.5 based on 11 reviews
Now surrounded by traffic on three sides, Clevedon's Clock Tower is a 1898 commerative piece (Queen Victoria Diamond Jubliee) paid for by local dignitary Lord Elton.
Quite an attractive piece with its pottery tiles and decorative clock face.
Missing it would not spoil your visit to Somerset, but it is nice to get a reminder of the past.
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