Porthmeor Standing Stone
By The Cornwall Guide. Last updated
There is a footpath across the field that takes you right up to the stone, which is backed by panoramic views of the Penwith moors. The stone will often be surrounded by a variety of farm animals; usually cows but sometimes chickens and ducks!
The site was apparently excavated in 1879 but nothing of interest was discovered. It is a not ceratin if this is the original stone as there are some records of a stone here being broken up for road building in the 1800s.