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Not easy to locate but worth the effort for the scenery and history

Large three-ringed stone fort located perilously close to an inland cliff-top. The fort would once... read more

Reviewed 26 April 2015
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26 Apr 2015
“Not easy to locate but worth the effort for the scenery and history”
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Reviewed 26 April 2015

Large three-ringed stone fort located perilously close to an inland cliff-top. The fort would once have been home to an extended family group living off the land. Built around 800 AD. An additional observation platform adds to the alluring scenery.

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