Dolmen at Pentre Ifan, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Wales. This Bronze Age monument, also known as Arthur's Quoit, dates from around BC. It is thought to have been constructed as a burial chamber and would have originally been covered in earth.
A stunning piece of yew topiary undulates above a tunnel at Powis Castle, Welshpool - Wales - UK. I think I need to go back to Wales.
Carreg Coetan Arthur, near Newport, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Carreg Coetan Arthur dates from around 3000 BC and is the remains of a Neolithic burial chamber (also known as a quoit). Photograph by Richard Law.
Dylan Thomas's favourite beach in Wales scoops top award
Rhossili Bay and Worms Head, Gower, Swansea. South Wales - a stroll around the cliffs
Hard to believe this is called The Ugly House, but it is! Situated in the heart of Snowdonia, Wales, it's currently a very charming little tea room. Some history (from the Snowdonia Society website): Legend tells us that it was a crude house built in t
Post and Lintel construction Megalithic era standing stones are all over the British Isles, these are tucked-away in a sheep paddy, Wales
CORNWALL'S BEST PRESERVED QUOIT: 'The best preserved of all quoits (also called dolmens or cromlechs) in Cornwall is Chûn Quoit, located in open moorland near Pendeen and Madron, Penzance.
Dolwyddelan Castle, a century Welsh castle located near Dolwyddelanin Wales, west of UK
wanderthewood: Path to Ty'n y Ddol, Gwynedd, Wales by Brian Burnett
Ruins like this spark my imagination. *** Castell Dinas Brân is a medieval castle standing high on a hill above the town of Llangollen in Denbighshire, Wales. It is also the site of an Iron Age hill fort.