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Twa Dogs Inn
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The Sizzling Stone
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The Square Orange Cafe Bar
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Theatre by the Lake
The Puzzling Place
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How far is the car park to the stone circle and what is the walk like? Easy? Long? Up hill?
We parked on the road alongside the field the stones are in. This is what people are doing. I’d say 200m/300m from the circle itself. You can see on google aerial maps.
I'm organising a retreat to the lakes (yes - stone huggers!) Can anyone reccomend a time that we'd likely have this site to ourselves for 20/30 mins? Appreciate it gets quite busy, butt looking for the quieter times? Thanks
I agree with the other reviewers best go out of season and either early or late when I was there, there was only one person and they left when we got there. I think the people who go to these sites appreciate the solitude and allow others to enjoy it as well.
You are, are you not, aware there are several public notice boards, by the two entrance gates, of about 4ft x 2ft large, telling the public about the history and purpose of the stones, why they're on this plateau and what functions they likely served so many thousands of years ago - so your review is about as incorrect as could be. Akin to saying Stonehenge are just some stones in a field.
The last time I visited the stone circle, the footpath was **very** muddy, what's it like now and is it suitable for a wheelchair now?
There are two small gates, thereafter it's a field. There is no "footpath". Ergo, it's its been raining it may be soggy, if it's been dry.... you get the picture. Perhaps you could raise mobility access to the Circle with the National Park Authority, it may not have occurred to them if no one has mentioned the small gates in aeons.