Carreg Samson, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Image credit and © Littlestone
 
Access to Carreg Samson is via the farm lane from the main road, part of the farmyard and then a path alongside the field where the cromlech is situated. There is a large grass verge at the junction of the main road and farm lane where parking is possible. The site is rather uncared for, has no information board, and livestock are allowed access up to and even into the structure.
 
Administrative authority: CADW ( http://www.cadw.wales.gov.uk/ ).
Heritage Action Cared for Rating * (out of 5).
 
Suggested improvements: Better sign from the main road indicating location. Onsite information board. Landscaped area and barrier between monument and livestock. Signs instructing visitors not to climb on the stones.
 
See also moss’ feature on Three Cromlechs in Pembrokeshire here –http://www.themodernantiquarian.com/post/90264/weblog/three_cromlechs_in_pembrokeshire.html