Arthur's Stone

Arthur's Stone

Arthur’s Stone, a Neolithic chambered tomb, is over 5,000 years old. Today only the large stones of the inner chamber remain, though these were once covered by a long earthen mound.

Like many prehistoric monuments in western England and Wales, this tomb has been linked to King Arthur since before the 13th century. According to legend, it was here that Arthur slew a giant who left the impression of his elbows on one of the stones as he fell.

Entry Cost

This site is free to visit

Hours

The site is open during any reasonable daylight hours.
  • Welcomes

    • Free entry
  • Special Features

    • Historical Interest
    • Rural location
Arthur's Stone

Directions & Parking

Map pin Arthur's Stone
Arthur's Stone Lane
Dorstone
Herefordshire
HR3 6AX
Use the car park in Dorstone. Follow the B4348 north until you reach the signed footpath on the left, follow this uphill to the site. Approximately 1.2 miles walk. Alternatively there is limited parking in the layby adjacent to the site.