Firstly, please don't expect a huge monument when visiting. You'll see from the photos that the site is just a couple of stone pillars in a plot of land the size of a typical back garden. That said it is worth a visit if you are passing on the A38; it's about a three mile each way detour.
It's not well sign posted and the first you will know is when you see the layby that has room for 2-3 cars. So park up and hop out and see this unique free to park and free to visit piece of English history. There is a plaque there giving you the whole story.
If you allowed a whole hour including the time to take the detour you would have time to spare. It's also very close to Golitha Falls and the Hurlers so be sure to visit there too. If you set aside 4+ hours you could do the three sites comfortably
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