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King Arthur's Round Table

Eamont Bridge, Penrith CA10 2, England
+44 1228 591880
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Should Have Researched Further...

Was quite excited to go and see however its a field with a moat like structure and I was quite... read more

Reviewed 3 June 2017
Psychomom68
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Blantyre, United Kingdom
Part of Wordsworthian Tour of Penrith

Interesting to see since it is something that Wordsworth mentions although it may be something you... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
ProfessorCharles
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Virginia
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  • Excellent5%
  • Very good17%
  • Average44%
  • Poor11%
  • Terrible23%
2 Jun 2017
“Should Have Researched Further...”
1 Mar 2017
“Part of Wordsworthian Tour of Penrith”
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Eamont Bridge, Penrith CA10 2, England
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Reviewed 3 June 2017

Was quite excited to go and see however its a field with a moat like structure and I was quite disappointed

1  Thank Psychomom68
Reviewed 2 March 2017

Interesting to see since it is something that Wordsworth mentions although it may be something you could just view from the road. So glad it has survived.

Thank ProfessorCharles
Reviewed 13 November 2016

As above, not a right lot to see if you're after something a bit more visible. In comparison to other sites of historic interest it rates low, hence the low mark. However, worth visiting if you are in the area and have an interest. No...More

Thank chelle86
Reviewed 5 July 2016

Very little to see, and it is prehistoric, nothing to do with King Arthur. If you are interested in archaeology and nearby, it only takes 10 minutes to see the bank and ditch.

Thank Pippa65
Reviewed 3 June 2016

This was one stop along a walk taking in a number of sites in a 6km route. The field the earthwork is in, is on a corner of two roads, so very easy to access. From the main entrance gate, where there is an information...More

Thank YvonnePW
Reviewed 19 May 2016

Saw the sign for this when passing to go to aira force and thought it sounded good, so we decided to go back the next day, well what a waste of time and petrol, all I saw was a mound of grass with cows grazing...More

Thank djm2010
Reviewed 18 December 2015

A short walk from Penrith - short enough that good signposts would surely encourage more visitors. King Arthur's Table is a quiet spot, even just off the main road, and it's a magical spot.

1  Thank Dan T
Reviewed 12 August 2015 via mobile

Who "invented" that name?????? (he/she certaonly had a terrible lack of inspiration) A piece of Land where supposedly once some prehistorical humans meeted (what about the rest of the country?). It does not worth a visit.

Thank Lídia P
Reviewed 20 July 2015

we visited the Great Hall in Winchester long time ago, when the Round Table was still on the floor. I don't know, when they put it up high on the wall. You still feel all the history in the building

Thank Cruiser_D_R
Reviewed 28 May 2014

Not easy to park but worth 20 minutes to visit. A very ancient site and close by there is a much better one but worth visiting them both at the same time. Nothing to do with King Arthur needless to say but people love to...More

Thank Hemmo1968
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