Not that we saw, but looking at aerial photos on Coflein they may be up towards the top of the ridge if there are any. We didn't climb up, which I feel a bit irritated by now - I think it warrants a proper trip all of its own.
/ Circles, monuments, crashes, and floods. by postman
It must have been very taxing, numbering all those monuments, OK, so that's monument 181, what shall we call this one ?
Ive only ever heard of two Audrey's, Hepburn and Hollander, do not search for the latter.
Got to see this this morning. Impressive, and with its sparkly bits slightly reminiscent of the Stonehenge bluestones. We got there just as the farmer's wife was closing the gate so were able to ask if we could walk over to see it. No problem, though she said we'd better leave our bags in the car in case the sheep thought we'd come to feed them!
The packing stones at the base are no longer there but at least the stone is now back in position.
Woman of the big house whose grandfathers possibly owns the land the tomb is on invited me in for tea, lovely people, met folks from two of the three houses there and they couldn't be more helpful, I had to decline the offer as would have had to hang around for 45 minutes and had a fair bit to cover on the way home, apologise for me if any of you visit the site
Many thanks everyone, I'm glad you enjoyed the notes, although the cave deserves better, I don't have the words to do the feelings justice. I hope they maybe inspire a few more people to visit for themselves.
It was an afternoon visit (getting on for 2 o'clock when we got to the cave itself). I've posted a link to the tide times, which hopefully will help anyone visiting.
As you can imagine, very very jealous.
Was it a morning visit ? what time was it ?
Just wondering for future reference, do tide times change over a year or from year to year ?
Very jealous, in an ideal world i'd have been ages ago, oh well, it's still on the list. One day.
Sounds like I missed the inner enclosure Mr G.
Mind you, that's not very surprising as the rain was coming down in sheets while I was at this site and it was hard enough to stand up in the wind! Luckily the weather improved as I moved on.
Perhaps another visit required one day?
Thanks for the info.
Thanks Robert, I can't recommend highly enough. If you even feel slightly like you want to, you really should go. The mini-scramble access from below will be no problem for you and the Mam C. Make sure you have plenty of time there, it's a great place to stop for a while.