Trethevy Quoit

Trethevy Quoit

Free Entry

Open any reasonable time during daylight hours

Address:

Off B3254, Nr Darite, St Cleer, Cornwall PL14 5JY

Before You Go

This well-preserved and impressive Neolithic 'dolmen' burial chamber stands 2.7 metres high. There are five standing stones, surmounted by a huge capstone.

Managed by the Cornwall Heritage Trust.

Read more about the history of Trethevy Quoit.

Before You Go

Parking: There is a small parking area adjacent to the site.

Facilities: Toilets, shops and a pub can be found a short drive away in St Cleer.

Please Be Aware: The land in which the monument stands is privately owned.

Dogs: Sheep occasionally graze the field, so please keep dogs on leads.

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Plan a Great Day Out

A short drive away you'll find King Doniert's Stone, a 9th century remnant of a Christian cross with 'Celtic' markings. Also nearby are the impressive Hurlers Stone Circles, probably the finest examples of late Neolithic or early Bronze Age ceremonial circles in the South West.

 

The sunrise through the conservatory at Witley Court.

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