Tinkinswood Burial Chamber http://smu.gs/1da1qA1 is what this is commonly referred to. But it has other names – it is as old as the other dolmen burial site I shared earlier. 6,000 years BP (before present). This one is just as off the beaten track but it had 2 car park at least right in front of where you walk to it – through someone's fields
It was absolutely empty and we never saw another soul. This dolmen structure is what St. Lythans would have looked like if it was more complete – but this one is bigger. It would have been completely covered in soil like a barrow mound – but the structure is different and so they call them dolmens instead (the large stone on top is a record breaking size – it is considered the largest dolmen capstone in Europe)
Legend has it that anyone who spends a night at Tinkinswood on the evenings before May Day, St John's Day, or Midwinter Day would either die, go mad, or become a poet. I am honestly surprised that there aren't more stories about a place like this.
Tinkinswood Burial Chamber