Well worth a visit to this ancient site, a short walk from the road, take care in wet weather. Count the stones, legen says that you will not get the same number twice
I would highly recommend you visit this beautiful and mystical place you can feel a special energy there. Only myself and my husband were there so it was lovely and quite , we spent about an hour there and saw no other visitors. Highly recommended
Cumbria has many stone circles, and this is the most spectacular, reputedly 3rd biggest in UK. The "daughters" form the "circle" maybe 200 m wide and Long Meg is an outlier. There is a legend attached, which you can find in "A guide to the stone circles of the Lake District". A nice thing about this circle, is that you... 更多
Lots of back roads to navigate through - we were passed by a horse and gig - finally found our way and made our way through the field surrounded by a herd of cows (with their resultant body excretions) - loved the stones and Long Meg has quite a few old designs on her (tattoos?) - Like finding anything off... 更多
After seeing the reviews on here we decided to visit while we were in the area. It's not signposted so would have never found it if we weren't using sat nav. I had read that it was in a field but was really surprised when we arrived as it's on a working farm. You actually have to drive through the... 更多
Interesting stone circle which should be much better known. The stones are very impressive and its a lovely site. It is just a shame that there is no interpretative board to give visitors a little more of an understanding of the probable reason for the site and for the separate Long Meg stone.
I haven't been to Long Meg and her daughters since around 1998. It was the summer solstice and it was dark, but I found it. This time it was broad daylight and I struggled to remember the way, but it is fairly well sign posted and eventually we got there and it was as I remembered it. No pay booth,... 更多