Stoke Pero Map - Somerset Maps

Stoke Pero Map: Below you will find a large map of the area in Somerset, South-West England, United Kingdom.

A Map of Stoke Pero in Somerset England

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

National Trust attractions within easy driving distance of Stoke Pero, Somerset: Dunster Castle, Coleridge Cottage, Knightshayes, Heddon Valley, Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum, Dyffryn Gardens, Watersmeet, Lanlay, Dunster Working Watermill, Fyne Court, Mortehoe and Ilfracombe, Holnicote Estate, Woolacombe, Wellington Monument.

Additional facilities and places to take kids near Stoke Pero, Somerset: Exmoor Falconry and Animal Park, Porthkerry Country Park, Dean Riding Stables, Watersmeet, Museum of Somerset, Monsters Mansion, Amelia Trust Farm, Great Wood, Wiveliscombe Open Air Pool, Rock and Rapid Adventure Centre, Hestercombe Gardens, Arlington Court, Bijou, The Walled Gardens of Cannington, Minehead Eye, Jungle Jacks, West Somerset Sports and Leisure Centre, Tiverton Museum, Barry Island Quasar, Lynton and Barnstaple Railway, Tiverton Castle, Dunster Museum and Doll Collection, Quince Honey Farm, Adventure Island, Dunster Castle, Racetrac.

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

Stoke Pero Postcode: TA24

Somerset England - A big county located in the South-West of England, Somerset has a land area of about 1,610 square miles, which makes it the 7th biggest county by area. Somerset is bounded by the English counties of Gloucestershire (Gloucs), Wiltshire (Wilts), Dorset, Devon, and is home to a populace of approximately 910,000 (2014), which places it 22nd of the forty eight counties of England when considering population. It is mainly a rural county with plenty of magnificent countryside for instance in the Mendips, the Quantock Hills, the Blackdown Hills, the Exmoor National Park, in addition it has sparsely populated wetlands known as the Somerset Levels (the scene of major floods in 2013-14). Somerset is an important county for tourism, although agriculture and farming has long been its key source of income, cheese, wool, light industry and cattle and sheep farming are among its additional noteworthy industries. While in Somerset visit Montacute House, the Roman Baths (at Bath), Cheddar Gorge, Glastonbury, Wookey Hole, Exmoor, or you might like to head for the traditional coastal resorts of Minehead, Brean Sands, Weston-Super-Mare, Burnham-on-Sea, Clevedon and others.

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