Chew Stoke Map - Somerset Maps

Chew Stoke Map: See a large map of the area in the county of Somerset, South-West England, UK.

A Map of Chew Stoke in Somerset England

Above you will find a detailed map of Chew Stoke in Somerset, handy if you are visiting the Chew Stoke area, or need to locate a particular street, road or lane in or around Chew Stoke, or in surrounding Somerset towns, villages or hamlets.

National Trust attractions within easy driving distance of Chew Stoke, Somerset: Tintinhull Garden, Stembridge Tower Mill, Clevedon Court, Bath Assembly Rooms, Cley Hill, Cadbury Camp, Bath Skyline, Prior Park Landscape Garden, Stourhead, Brean Down, Failand, Great Chalfield Manor and Garden, Westbury College Gatehouse, Leigh Woods, Lytes Cary Manor, King John's Hunting Lodge, Muchelney.

Additional facilities and places to take kids near Chew Stoke, Somerset: Hollywood Bowl Avonmeads, North Somerset Butterfly House, Tyntesfield, Cowtastic Farm Park and Playbarn, Burcott Mill, At-Bristol, Mendips Raceway, South West Karting, Flying Saucers The Painting Pottery Cafe, iplay, The Matthew of Bristol, Windmill Hill City Farm, The Climbing Academy Boulder Club, Bristol Disc Golf, The Georgian House Museum, Court Farm Country Park, Pirate Petes Walking Tour, M Shed, Bristol Ferry Boat Co, Chew Valley Country Farm, Motion Ramp Park, Bucket and Spade, Bristol Zoo Gardens, Easton Leisure Centre, Mendip Frisbee Golf Course, Laser Fusion.

Use this Chew Stoke map to find your way to these great places to visit.

Chew Stoke Postcode: BS40

Somerset - A big county based in the South-West region of England (UK), Somerset comprises an area of some 1,610 square miles, which makes it the seventh largest county by area in England. Somerset adjoins the English counties of Wiltshire, Devon, Gloucestershire (Gloucs), Dorset, and houses a population of approximately 910,000 (2014), which sees it in position 22 of the forty eight counties of England when considering population. It is predominantly an agricultural county with some delightful landscapes in such areas as the Quantocks, the Exmoor National Park, the Mendip Hills, the Blackdown Hills, it also has sparsely populated wetlands called the Somerset Levels (the location of extreme flooding in 2013-14). Somerset is an important county for tourism, still farming and agriculture remains its key source of income, wool, sheep and cattle farming, cheese making and cider are among its various noteworthy businesses. Places of interest to explore in the county include the roman baths, Glastonbury Abbey, Wookey Hole Caves, Cheddar Gorge and Caves, Montacute House and Gardens, Exmoor National Park, or you may well choose to explore the seaside resorts of Brean, Burnham-on-Sea, Minehead, Weston-Super-Mare, Clevedon and others.

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