Waun Mawn
Waun Mawn
Four stones remain of what may have been a very large diameter circle. Two stones are standing, and two are prostrate. Nearby are the Troed y Rhiw standing stones.
Waun Mawn has been described as the remains of a stone row, and also as a stone circle. If it is indeed a row then a lot of stones have gone missing over the centuries! But if its a stone circle then the remaining stones indicate a circle with a huge circumference.

Nearby is a solitary standing stone, dubbed, naturally, 'Waun Mawn Stone'. This solitary stone is by far the most impressive, measuring some 2.3 metres high. It stands to the west of the main group, but is it part of a larger complex of stones, or something else entirely?