While in Somerset for our son’s wedding at Walton Castle, we took a walk into the town of Clevedon and ended up on this Victorian pier. From the end, you get a great view of the town.
The restored 1869 pier is one of the earliest surviving examples from the Victorian era and has a Japanese pagoda with a glass restaurant, where we had a delicious hot chocolate with marshmallows to warm us up. There are some more photos of it in this slideshow.
I love the architecture in Clevedon, most of the older properties are very well preserved and cared for, from the small cottages to the imposing townhouses.
I still have a few more doors of Clevedon to post but I’ll save them until next week’s Thursday Doors. I hope you’ll join me again but in the meantime, why not have a look at what Norm has posted on his blog this week.