Harold's Stones

Harold's Stones, Monmouth: Tickets, Tours, Address, Harold's Stones Reviews: 4.5/5

Harold's Stones
4.5
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For public transport is on Route 65 Monmouth to Chepstow service. Stop nearby.
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Catherine S
Bolton, UK5,888 contributions
Intriguing stones
Aug 2019 • Family
You wouldn’t know they were there, just a few stones in a field!
We were staying close by and walked across the field to find them.
We had fun trying to find out why they were there!
Written August 14, 2019
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RJM
Gainesville, MO1,201 contributions
Mesmerizing
Jun 2019 • Couples
Enigmatic and mysterious thought provoking visit to an unique bronze age site. A must see and 'make your own mind up when you visit' place!!

Public car park adjacent to Trellech Methodist Church is opposite the access path to the site. Please note... take care whilst crossing the road to the location itself, it can be quite busy.
Written June 18, 2019
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sophlar
Ross-on-Wye, UK85 contributions
Olde world mystical stones
Jun 2018 • Couples
Fantastic little site to visit. Just a field in Trellech, but some amazing historical mystical magical feeling stones. They feel warm to the touch and you definitely get a sense of energy coming from them. A handy little info board as you enter the field over a stoke tells you of their history. Lovely place to visit.
Written April 12, 2019
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richardjfisher90
Monmouthshire, UK12 contributions
Harold's Stones
Nov 2018 • Friends
You could easily drive past and not know they are there, basically in a field ! Just pop through the gate and there they are, no long walk. While you are there on the other side of the road is a fairly modern totem pole that is interesting to look at.
Written March 20, 2019
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Nigel T
Leicester, UK53 contributions
Well worth a look!
Oct 2018 • Couples
We came across these almost by accident, being in the area for other reasons but given our interest in history thought we should visit. Not a lot to see, but what there is is worth it. Good information boards about the legends attached to the site - just go through the gate into the field. Just need to park a bit down the road on the other side.
Written October 31, 2018
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rayrest
London, UK7,280 contributions
Ancient stones
Oct 2018 • Couples
Ancient stones that are over 3000 years old. In a remote location, close to Trelleck village. Well worth finding.
Written October 30, 2018
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Hekainu
4 contributions
Standing stones in a remote setting
Aug 2018 • Solo
While the stones themselves aren't much to look at, it's their remote setting that sets them apart. There's a well / spring nearby, a historic church and also an ongoing excavation of a fortified settlement which passersby can visit during the summer. Worth a detour if you're in the area. You'll need to park in the village or along the country lanes.
Written August 6, 2018
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Ann V
Turi, Estonia707 contributions
Nice standing stones
Jul 2018 • Friends
I found the coordinates for my Tom at home. When arriving and Tom announced we had reached our destination I was puzzled, there was just hedge. We drove on, truned left and found a tiny public car park. And then discovered the coordinates were exact after all. It took a short walk. The field was full of stinging-nettles and the patch was cleaned but still seemed a bit left on its own.
Wonderful to see the stones up close and free of charge.
Written July 29, 2018
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jomatthews123
Basingstoke, UK103 contributions
Lovely set of standing stones
Jul 2018
Not easy to park near, as you have to go a few hundred meters down the road to park safely, but worth the visit. Easy access from the road through a small gate.
Written July 2, 2018
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Ian-Tracey-roberts
Monmouth, UK48 contributions
Great
Jul 2017 • Family
Took our grandkids here as they both interested in the history of the area info board was great but what wasn’t expected was there was a guy who said there was a an archaeological dig 100 yards down the road so we went and asked if the kids could see the people where great took them carefully into the dig and allowed them to see what was going on hope they are there this summer as will be back the kids can’t wait
Written June 3, 2018
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