Dulverton Map - Somerset Maps

Dulverton Map: Here is an interactive map of the area in Somerset county, South-West England, United Kingdom.

A Map of Dulverton in Somerset England

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

National Trust attractions within easy driving distance of Dulverton, Somerset: Watersmeet, Holnicote Estate, Knightshayes, Killerton, Combe Wood, Fyne Court, Coleridge Cottage, Dumpdon Hill Fort, Wellington Monument, Dunster Working Watermill, Dunster Castle, Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum, Heddon Valley.

Additional facilities and places to take kids near Dulverton, Somerset: Diggerland Devon, Exeter Segways Paintball and Laser, Arlington Court, Market House Museum, Wistlandpound, Exmoor Zoo, Dunster Water Mill, Quad World, Wimbleball Lake Country Park, Dunster Museum and Doll Collection, West Somerset Sports and Leisure Centre, Clyston Mill, Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway, Yaraks Bird of Prey, Devon Railway Centre, Great Wood, Dunster Forest and Estate, Killerton, Racetrac, Bishops Lydeard Mill, Tiverton Castle, Hestercombe Gardens, Wiveliscombe Open Air Pool, Somerset Cricket Museum, Butlins - Minehead, Cobbaton Combat Collection.

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

Dulverton Postcode: TA22

Somerset South-West England - A large county based in the South-West of England (UK), Somerset takes in an area of 1,610 sq mls, making it the seventh largest county by area in the country. Somerset adjoins the English counties of Wiltshire, Devon, Gloucestershire (Gloucs), Dorset, and is inhabited by a populace of roughly 910,000 (2014), which places it 22nd of the 48 counties of England by population size. It is mostly an agricultural county boasting some lovely landscapes in areas like the Exmoor National Park, the Blackdown Hills, the Mendips, the Quantocks, it also has wetlands known as the Somerset Levels. Somerset is a major location for tourism, but agriculture remains its principal source of income, light industry, sheep and cattle farming, wool production and cheese making are amongst its additional important industries. Whilst in Somerset explore Glastonbury, the roman baths, Wookey Hole Caves, Cheddar Gorge, Exmoor, Montacute House and Gardens, or you may well prefer to visit the traditional coastal resorts of Weston-Super-Mare, Clevedon, Minehead, Burnham-on-Sea, Brean Sands and others.

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