Stoke St Mary Map - Somerset Maps

Stoke St Mary Map: Below discover an interactive map of the area in the county of Somerset, South-West England, UK.

A Map of Stoke St Mary in Somerset England

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

National Trust attractions within easy driving distance of Stoke St Mary, Somerset: Branscombe, Treasurer's House, Priest's House, Muchelney, Killerton, Lambert's and Coney's Castle, Lewesdon Hill, Lytes Cary Manor, Fyne Court, Dumpdon Hill Fort, Pilsdon Pen, Martock, Combe Wood, Golden Cap, Stoke-sub-Hamdon Priory, Coleridge Cottage, King John's Hunting Lodge.

Additional facilities and places to take kids near Stoke St Mary, Somerset: Somerset Cricket Museum, Cannington Golf Centre, The Blake Museum, Playzone, Rug Ratz Indoor Play Centre, AMF Hollywood Bowl Taunton, Safari Tots, Forde Abbey House and Gardens, Hestercombe Gardens, Diggerland Devon, Burrow Farm Gardens, Vivary Golf Course, Bishops Lydeard Mill, Yeovil Railway Centre, MFA Bowl Yeovil, Clitheroe Castle Museum, Aj'z Play and Party Centre, Vivary Adventure Centre, Market House Museum, The Town Mill, Ferne Animal Sanctuary, Apex Leisure and Wildlife Park, Great Wood, Playaways Indoor Soft Play Centre, Wells Leisure Centre, Wiveliscombe Open Air Pool.

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

Stoke St Mary Postcode: TA3

Somerset - A sizable county situated in the South-West of England (United Kingdom), Somerset covers a land area of about 1,610 square miles, which makes it the 7th largest county by area. Somerset adjoins the English counties of Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Devon, Dorset, and has a populace of roughly 910,000 (2014), which sees it 22nd of the forty eight counties of England by population size. Somerset is predominantly an agricultural county with some lovely countryside for example in Exmoor, the Mendips, the Quantocks, the Blackdown Hills, it also has wetlands known as the Somerset Levels (the location of extreme floods in 2013-14). Somerset is a key region for tourism, yet agriculture continues to be its chief source of income, cattle and sheep farming, wool production, cheese making and cider are among its various noteworthy commercial activities. Whilst in the county visit Glastonbury Abbey, Montacute House and Gardens, Wookey Hole, Exmoor National Park, the Roman Baths (at Bath), Cheddar Gorge, or you may perhaps prefer to head for the typically English seaside towns of Brean Sands, Burnham-on-Sea, Minehead, Weston-Super-Mare, Clevedon and others.

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