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Because we were staying at Parc le Breos Guest House it was easy to visit the Burial Chamber. It is amazing that it is still intact after thousands of years. The Chamber is a good place to start a hike too. We plan to go...More
A small free car park opposite the entrance to the park, with a wide gravelled path going a couple of miles into the woods with wide grass area either side for games. The prehistory adds something special - with the part restored tomb and the...More
This site has been partly restored and is about 6000 years old. The remains of around 40 humans were discovered here in 1869.
There is an information board alongside provided by CADW.
Please note that the palaeolithic Cathole Cave is very near to this location...More
Went with my nine year old and another adult and we really enjoyed it.
So interesting to see the burial chamber (now collapsed but you can see the chambers) that is thousands of years old. Very atmospheric, we went at dusk and my daughter was...More
We enjoyed a family walk through Parc le Breos Cwm (valley in Welsh), three generations and three dogs, and everyone had a good time. The youngest had a whale of a time jumping in the puddles and the dogs ran themselves ragged through the woods,...More
'giants' grave' as its known locally, is a burial site from the Neolithic period. Its important to understand this would probably have been a covered structure. I always sit in the quiet cwm (valley) and wonder, why here, what else went on nearby? There are...More
Came across this by chance....long narrow lane to the parking area and then a good area for walking and where you can let the dogs run. Burial chamber has been partly restored so you can see what it would have looked like ....it was very...More