King Doniert's Stone

General View of King Donierts Stone
A close up of King Doniert's Stone
The entrance to King Doniert's Stone.

Free Entry

Open any reasonable time during daylight hours

Address:

St Cleer, Liskeard, Cornwall, PL14 6EG

Before You Go

Two richly carved pieces of a 9th century 'Celtic' cross, with an inscription commemorating Dungarth, King of Dumnonia in the south-west of Britain, who drowned in about AD 875.

Managed by the Cornwall Heritage Trust.

Read more about the history of King Doniert's Stone.

Before You Go

Parking: Car parking is available in the small layby immediately next to the site.

Facilities: A tearoom and shop can be found in the village of Minions.

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Plan a Great Day Out

A short drive away you'll find the atmospheric Hurlers Stone Circles and Trethevy Quoit, both outstanding examples of Cornwall's Neolithic past. Further afield, visit the town of Launceston and the imposing remains of its medieval castle.

 

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