THE DUDDO FIVE STONES ARE a stone circle found in Northumberland. They date to either the Neolithic or Bronze Age.

From the small village of Duddo, which is a 13 min drive from Berwick upon Tweed, followed by a short walk across farmland will lead you to a magnificent 4000-year-old Neolithic/Bronze Age stone circle positioned on a hilltop. Commanding spectacular views in all directions, the stones stand between 5-and-10 feet tall.

Duddo Farm has kindly allowed access to the stone circle which is signposted from the village and takes approximately half an hour to reach.

Duddo is also just a few minutes away from the picturesque villages of Ford and Etal, with lots of activities things to see.

Prices: It is free to visit Duddo Five Stones.

Parking: Parking is free. You can park on the grass verge, Please be considerate by making sure you have left enough room for other vehicles, it is a narrow country lane. To get there, use the postcode TD15 2PS or What3Words: vine.obstruct.advantage, you will be within the area and you should be able to spot the signs.