Beautiful spot, well looked after by English Heritage. There's a fair bit left to see and it gives you a strong feeling of what life might have been like there - it must have been stunning in its day. There were very few people there when we visited so it was peaceful. There's an audio tour (free) which was ok. The guide book didn't tell you much more than the audio tour - I'd expected more detail. Overall though very well worth a visit.
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