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fabulous tor, views and other attractions

a particularly impressive weather-sculpted granite tor. it makes a lovely walk from the village of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Chrissie M
Magnificent stones

We had a lovely time in the area and visited the amazing stones. I never realised how big they... read more

Reviewed 5 July 2018
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The Cheesewring, located in Bodmin Moor, is one of many menhirs, or prehistoric circle of standing stones, which is approximately 3,500 years old.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

a particularly impressive weather-sculpted granite tor. it makes a lovely walk from the village of minions - you pass the stone circles called hurlers, and also engine houses and a burial chamber. from the top the views across the Cornish countryside and into Devon are...More

Thank Chrissie M
Reviewed 5 July 2018 via mobile

We had a lovely time in the area and visited the amazing stones. I never realised how big they actually were. One word of warning keep a look out for the mist. It comes in quickly and it was hard to see the village!!!

Thank Sparely
Reviewed 9 June 2018

The 'Cheesering' is a unique rock formation unlike anything you've ever seen. Along with The Hurlers stone circle nearby, it's one of the great historic areas of Cornwall, situated well inside the bleak Bodmin Moor. It's some distance from a main road, so be prepared...More

2  Thank Micklah
Reviewed 29 May 2018

An impressive pile of balanced rocks on a tor alongside a quarry. A 20-30 minutes walk from the free car park (just outside Minions village) across soft grass. through standing stones, cattle and sheep, past an Tin Mine engine house and over some boggy bits,...More

Thank Bearclyff
Reviewed 30 April 2018 via mobile

On arriving here, there is a small car park close by. Dogs are allowed on leads, due to cattle & sheep grazing. Firstly, you come across The Hurlers Stone circle, before The Cheesewring commands the Moor from its’ lofty perch in the distance. It is...More

Thank BigFatBudgie
Reviewed 26 December 2017

Close to the Hurlers stone circles ( 1 mile apart from eachother) and much closer to Liskeard than to Bodmin: park your car, walk and see them both. It takes about two hours to do that on foot, which is the only way. Unless you...More

2  Thank PieterBolinder
Reviewed 29 October 2017 via mobile

Came with our 8 year old daughter midweek in half term. We parked in a car park just outside of minions which was free. The car park was located next to an engine house which you could look inside at some information boards. The signposts...More

Thank Fourarms
Reviewed 27 October 2017 via mobile

Great walk for an excellent view. Minions is on the map for being a place to visit and get a photo with the kids thanks to disney but this place shouldn't be missed if there. Weather is the key here and we were fortunate that...More

Thank John G
Reviewed 20 September 2017

You'll read reviews of the Hurlers that mention the Cheesewring (I just did one) because they are next to each other and use the same car park. It's about 10-15 minute walk from the free car park and fairly easy going until you get close...More

Thank MiDiFr
Reviewed 16 September 2017

A group of us walked around the area and some of us climbed to the top of the Cheesewring. The scenery was stunning all around and the view from the top was well worth the effort and all the stones we had to climb over....More

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