The Four Stones

four stones folly

four stones folly

The Four Stones look like a megalithic monument from the Stone Age but were actually erected around 1763 by workers of the eccentric landowner - George, Lord Lyttleton of Hagley Hall – as a folly.

They are located at the top of the Clent Hills, are free to access but require a significant walk. On a clear day the views from the monument are exceptional.


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Address

Adam's Hill (Road)
Clent
Worcestershire
DY9 9PS

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