Spinsters Rock is a burial cairn dating to the early Bronze Age. The structure was re-erected in the 1862 after collapsing earlier in the year.
According to folklore the rocks where erected by a group of three spinsters who where on a journey to deliver some wool. Obviously these three women where seen as giants having the strength to carry such a heavy burden.
Many of these cromlechs are thought to have been the work of giants or legendary heroes.
Directions: The stones are in a field off a minor road from the A382.