Somerset (...) encompasses larger towns, market towns and rural areas. It includes 35 miles of Bristol Channel coastline (...) while the rolling hills of Exmoor, the Quantock Hills, the Mendip Hills and the Blackdown Hills protect the naturally distinctive Somerset Levels and Moors. [1]
Somerset is a county in south west England famed for lots of cider drinking.

Somerset is an unincorporated area in north-central New Jersey.


  1. Somerset's Geography and Culture