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All I can say is I am flabbergasted this has so many four or five ratings. I think some people need to get out more.
Five rating? Surely that would be for Avebury, Stonehenge or the Cheesewring.
Quite underwhelming. No atmosphere, nothing. Unintelligible writing. I...More
Sitting in a purpose built enclosure is this 9th century Celtic cross, with an inscription commemorating Dungarth, King of Dumnonia, reputed to be the only cross able to verify the bearers name with historic records.
Managed by the Cornwall Heritage Trust and listed on the...More
Firstly, please don't expect a huge monument when visiting. You'll see from the photos that the site is just a couple of stone pillars in a plot of land the size of a typical back garden. That said it is worth a visit if you...More
Small but worthwhile site by the side of the road on the B3254, it even has a parking bay, and yet again free!
Walled area with the stones inside, at the time we visited they were surrounded by daffodils and looked really lovely.
Small area next to the road to pull over and the stones are within a walled enclosure. There's information regarding them to read and there's great views over the wall. Because it's more or less a civilised and well kept area there's not much atmosphere...More
Worth stopping for 5 minutes if you're on the way to Minions for the famous road sign. Space for a couple of cars to park although be careful pulling out as visibility isn't great and the road is quite fast. The stones are located in...More