King Arthur's Hall

Return to the crossroads from the Tippet Stones. Turn right towards Bradford, St Brewards and Churchtown. The site can be reached by a footpath from Penwood House. This Neolithic circle is located on Moorland and consists of fifty-six stones which originally stood upright forming the internal face of a steep rectangular bank. There is an entrance in the southwest corner of the bank. The interior is hollowed out with some evidence of rough paving in the northwest corner. King Arthur is said to have visited the site, but it's true date and purpose are unknown. The site is reached on a footpath between Blisland and Hamatethy.

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