Cerrig Meibion Arthur ( The Stones of the Sons of Arthur ) , is the name given to this pair
of Bronze Age standing stones - 2.6m and 2.2m high.
According to the Mabinogion the stones mark the site where the sons of the legendary
King Arthur were slain by the Twrch Trwyth, a wild boar from Ireland.
The stones stand , on moorland, near a track to Cwm Garw , below Foel Cwmcerwyn -
the highest peak of the Preseli Mountains.
Location: SN 11830 31022