Clevedon’s beach side/coastal walks offer stunning views of the coastline and Welsh Mountains which
have inspired many great writers including Tennyson, Thackeray and Coleridge.
At Salthouse Fields on the seafront there are children's entertainments and refreshments,
plus bandstand concerts in the summer. Nearby are splendid National Trust properties
and Clevedon Craft Centre offers unique gifts.
Must See and Do's
1. Clevedon Pier, the only fully intact Grade 1 listed pier in the country.
2. Clevedon Craft Centre has many studios and art workshops housed in a 17th century 'long farm'.
3. Clevedon Court, an outstanding National Trust 14th century manor house.
4. The Curzon Cinema is the oldest continually run cinema in the world.
5. Ladye Bay, a lovely secluded cove much loved by summer visitors.
6. Salthouse Fields on the seafront where many residents and visitors come to relax.
7. Poets Walk . The walk is said to have inspired poets and writers including Coleridge and Tennyson.
8. Tyntesfield a magnificent National Trust Vistorian country house near Clevedon.
9. For the keen shopper, Clevedon has many specialist shops, souvenir shops and tearooms.
10. The heritage centre in Waterloo House is a grade 11 listed building housing photograhs and artefacts from Clevedon's past.
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