Clevedon is a charming Victorian seaside town overlooking the beautiful Severn Estuary.
Popular features include Clevedon Pier, the sea front with pebbled beaches and a marine lake, ornamental gardens and a Victorian bandstand all within a 10 minute walk of each other.
Next to the Marine Lake is the Salthouse Field with a light railway running around the perimeter and a nearby mini-golf centre making it an attractive destination for families and young children.
The town is also home to the Curzon cinema which is the oldest purpose built cinema in the world Still showing films in Art Deco splendour. Hill Road offers a selection of unique and quirky independent shops for an afternoon of tea and browsing just a 10 minute walk from the Pier.
The Triangle, centred around a Victorian Clock Tower in the centre of Clevedon offers well known shopping chains and supermarkets. Plenty to see and do for time ashore!
View map of the departure point
Sailing from: Clevedon Pier, The Beach, Clevedon, North Somerset [Pier length 0.2 miles]
Postcode: BS21 7QU
Access: By road - M5 Junction 20 / B3133. Follow signs to seafront.
Car parking: Limited parking along seafront road (free of charge) and on-street parking along residential roads behind the seafront.
Public transport: Yatton Railway Station (5 miles) or Nailsea & Backwell Railway Station (6 miles). Limited bus services to Clevedon from Yatton, Nailsea and Congresbury.
Local bus stop: Elton Road, Clevedon. Frequent X6 bus service linking Clevedon to Bristol. X5 Bus service linking Weston-super-Mare and Portishead to Clevedon.
Please use http://www.travelinesw.com/ to plan your journey.
Additional local information: Clevedon Pier Tel: 01275 878846
* Special notice: Depending on the state of the tide, gaining access to MV Balmoral may involve negotiating several flights of stairs and may not be suitable for disabled passengers. Please contact us on 0117 325 6200 before booking.
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