Saints and Stones: Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh (Munsterman's Bed/Giant's Table)
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Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh, known locally as either the Munsterman's Bed or the Giant's Table, is a wedge tomb located on a hill north of the village of Ventry west of Dingle.

Similar to other wedge-shaped grave tombs on the Dingle Peninsula, Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh is surrounded by walls of upright stones and roofed over by very large flat stones Originally covered covered with a pile of small stones and earth making a cairn, it is wider at one end and the head is higher than the foot. Facing west, it is from the Neolithic or late Bronze Age.

About Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh (Munsterman's Bed/Giant's Table)

Megalithic Portal: Giant's Table
Wikipedia: Wedge-shapped Gallery Grave

Journey to Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh (Munsterman's Bed/Giant's Table)

Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh (also know locally as the Munsterman's Bed or the Giant's Table Wedge Tomb) is located above the village of Ventry, which is located west of Dingle on the R559 (Slea Head Drive) on the Dinle Peninsula, County Kerry, Ireland.

Ordnance Survey Map (Q3801)

Visitors Information

Visitors information for the Ventry area may be found at the geograph.ie website. General tourist information for the Dingle Peninsula may be found on the Dingle Peninsula Visitors Guide website.

Additional Photos of Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh (Munsterman's Bed/Giant's Table)

Approaching Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh (Munsterman's Bed/Giant's Table)
Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh (Munsterman's Bed/Giant's Table)
Interior of Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh (Munsterman's Bed/Giant's Table)
Leaba an Fhir Mhuimhnuigh (Munsterman's Bed/Giant's Table) Above Dingle Bay


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