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Duddo Bed and Breakfast. Hotels near Duddo Five Stones. Hotels near Berwick-Upon-Tweed Station. United Kingdom UK. Things to Do in Duddo. Duddo Five Stones. Visit website. What people are saying. Aug The views to the Cheviot hills were amazing.
Jul Need good shoes I love a stone circleand its a great setting, fantastic views from here. Full view.
All photos The area. Best nearby. Lavender Tearooms. The Black Bull. See all. Norham Castle. Etal Castle. River Till. Write a review a photo. Most Recent. Very good. Curly Nottingham, UK 92 contributions. This isn't an 'attraction'. There is no cafe, no loos, no guidebook A simple but awesome stone circle - well worth the trip into north northumbria! Whilst at the stone circle, if you go down the short path west?. Carol H Edinburgh, UK 6 contributions. Beautiful place and worth the effort to visit. Beautiful place with fantastic views across the countryside.
Well worth the trip, we had the place to ourselves. The walk is not on a public footpath, it is through Farmer's fields but there is a narrow track which is slightly uphill. A real pleasure if interested in ancient history. RothburyLady Rothbury, UK contributions. Spiritual place of peace and solitude. A little known monument that's well worth a visit. A nice walk through fields ending up at the stones. Fabulous views from this mysterious site.
Mel c Carlisle, UK contributions. Duddo 5stones well worth a visit. We found this place by accident and visited it on route to Berwick. It is posted and a outside the farmers field recommending to keep pulled into the side of the hedge when parking. There is no formal right of way but the farmer has given permission. Worth a visit If you are passing. Natalie Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 71 contributions. We visited here after reading the reviews on trip advisor and loved it! Beautiful morning and we were the only people there. Travelled from Bamburgh and put Duddo on sat nav and then followed the brown s as someone had suggested.
Parked on the grass verge and then walked up. Highly recommend and great views! Boz North Jarrow, UK contributions. We had a day walking between Ford and Etal finishing with a drive to Duddo and a walk up to the Duddo 5 Stones. I saw on one website they were once called the women singing stones. Because of their shape and the noise the wind sometimes makes as it rushes through the stones. Fascinating place to visit. Stunning views even if overcast. Spotted some deer. If you want to check out our walk you can find it on my blog Boz North's Trail. Will post in the forums. Hannah W 24 contributions.
Wonderful, magical place - would definitely recommend! Fantastic site, well worth a visit! The stones are great to see and the views from the hill are spectacular. Good shoes for walking are needed. A clearer for the path when the crops have been removed would be helpful and an interpretation board would be good. For future visitors - once you get into the village of Duddo, be sure to follow the brown s rather than the directions on Google Maps.
How did they get those stones up there? Worth a 1. The view from the top is amazing. Cheviots and England one way and Scotland the other. Amazing how the stones were transported up there with no modern machinery. The information board is at the bottom of the hill opposite the path, easy to miss but well worth a read. Robin H Durham, UK 3, contributions.
The awesome, and little known, Duddo 5 Stones, erected about 4, years ago and accessed now via a 'permissive path' cut through the local farmer's wheat field. A smaller stone's throw from the Scottish border, with wonderful panoramic views of the Cheviots, the site is open and free to all, and the only unofficial age is on the gate by the very minor road, asking you to please park sensibly. It really is in the middle of nowhere, and I don't think is accessible without a car, and a Satnav is advisable.
There is a minute walk across fields, which could get muddy. Long may it be revered and spared the commercialisation that has befallen the much better known Stonehenge, about miles to the South West which was also free and open to all when I visited in the mid 70s. VERY well worth a visit! Showing of DAWND 18 contributions. Dawn, you have to park on the road at the edge of the 1st field. You can't get any closer than that by car.
It's then a brisk 15 minute walk across 3 fields to the stones. The final field is slightly up hill. I would say not suitable for those in wheelchairs or prams, nor with impaired mobility. Definitely worth a look.Love in duddo
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