West Compton Map - Somerset Maps

West Compton Map: Here is an interactive map of the area in Somerset, South-West England, UK.

A Map of West Compton in Somerset England

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

National Trust attractions within easy driving distance of West Compton, Somerset: Cley Hill, Tyntesfield, Cerne Giant, The Courts Garden, Westwood Manor, Montacute House, Great Chalfield Manor and Garden, Cadbury Camp, Treasurer's House, Hambledon Hill, Bath Assembly Rooms, White Barrow, Muchelney, Stembridge Tower Mill, Little Clarendon, Priest's House, Hod Hill.

Additional facilities and places to take kids near West Compton, Somerset: Farleigh Hungerford Castle, Walled Garden at Mells, Chew Valley Country Farm, Pippin Equestrian, Zany Zone Softplay, Burcott Mill, Stourhead, Little Urchins Softplay, Wells Cathedral, Wookey Hole Caves, Roman Baths and Museum, Cowtastic Farm Park and Playbarn, Splodges, Radstock Museum, Shepton Mallet Outdoor Pool, Playaways Indoor Soft Play Centre, Little Bees Play and Party, Haynes International Motor Museum, Junction 21 Kids Play Centre, Cheddar Caves and Gorge, The Little Theatre Cinema, Nunney Castle, Safari Tots, Bath City Farm, Hullabaloo Soft Play Centre, Brokerswood Country Park.

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

West Compton Postcode: BA4

Somerset United Kingdom - A big county found in the South-West of England, Somerset covers an area of about 1,610 square miles, defining it as the 7th largest county by area in the country. Somerset adjoins the English counties of Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Dorset, Devon, and houses approximately 910,000 people (2014), placing in position 22 of the forty eight counties of England when considering population. It is essentially a rural county with plenty of stunning countryside in such areas as the Mendip Hills, the Blackdown Hills, the Exmoor National Park, the Quantocks, in addition it has sparsely populated wetlands called the Somerset Levels (the location of substantial floods in 2013-14). Somerset is a major area for tourism, yet farming and agriculture endures as its primary industry, cheese, wool production, light industry and cattle and sheep farming are amongst its additional important industries. While in Somerset visit Exmoor National Park, Cheddar Gorge and Caves, the Roman Baths (at Bath), Wookey Hole, Glastonbury, Montacute House, or you might like to head for the holiday resorts of Clevedon, Burnham-on-Sea, Brean Sands, Minehead, Weston-Super-Mare and others.

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