"...A grave for March, a grave for Gwythur,
A grave for Gwgawn of the ruddy Sword,
No wise the thought a grave for Arthur..."
Le Morte D'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory
Nestled along a ridge of rocky outcrops on the beautiful Bodmin Moor lies King Arthur's bed.
|King Arthur's Bed|
It is said that this bed was hollowed out especially for Arthur, although whether it was his bed or his coffin is up for debate.
Cornwall has a long association with Arthurian legends, so it seems only fitting that Arthur had a tomb made there. Arthur's Bed is very close to Trewortha Tor and Hawk's Tor, both of which are worth checking out if you ever find yourself in the area!
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See you on your next coffee break!
Mary Anne xxx