King Doniert's Stone
ST CLEER, CORNWALL & ISLES OF SCILLY
For serious fans of ancient Cornish history and heritage, these two carved pieces of a 9th-century Celtic cross commemorate Dumgarth, the British King of Dumnonia, who drowned around ad 875. They are the only surviving examples of a 9th-century stone cross in Cornwall. The stones are in a walled enclosure by the road, a mile northwest of St Cleer. Visitors can park in the layby nearby.
- Parking onsite
- Open all year
- Opening Times: Open at any reasonable time during daylight hours
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Discover CORNWALL & ISLES OF SCILLY
Cornwall has just about everything – wild moorland landscapes, glorious river valley scenery, picturesque villages and miles of breathtaking coastline. With more than 80 surfing spots, there are plenty of sporting enthusiasts who also make their way here to enjoy wave-surfing, kite surfing and blokarting.
In recent years, new or restored visitor attractions have attracted even more visitors to the region; the Eden Project is famous for its giant geodesic domes housing exotic plants from different parts of the globe, while nearby the Lost Gardens of Heligan has impressive kitchen gardens and a wildlife hide.
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