Lanyon Quoit

Lanyon Quoit is a dolmen near the Men-an-Tol standing stones. It has three upright stones supporting a large capstone. It collapsed in 1815 and was re-erected in 1824. When we visited a herd of cows was using the stones for shelter.

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Location: England - Cornwall - Madron

Category: Prehistoric

Tags: Dolmen

Park along the Madron–Morvah road. Lanyon Quoit is visible from the road.

You can get a very good cream tea at the Lanyon Farm Tea Room, north of the Lanyon Quoit.

Day trip contributed by Pauline Kenny

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