Tod's Hole, Cove, Berwickshire.
The cave that is Tod's Hole stretches some 20 metres into the
rich red sandstone cliffs at Cove Harbour. The cave is tidal
and can only be safely accessed at low tide. Do take care when
walking on the foreshore rocks as they can be slippery at times.
Tide times should also be consulted before trying to reach the
Cove harbour is located beside the village of Cove, just off the
A1 south west of Dunbar. A minor road leads from the roundabout
on the A1 to the village. From the parking area, follow the
cliff-top path west, past Cove Harbour below, until your
reach a small bay and are opposite Long Rock. Then it's just
a scramble down the grassy cliff - take care as it can be very
slippery when wet.
There is ample parking at Cove village.
Not exactly a standing stone or stone circle by any definition
but it is still made of stone, is undoubtedly ancient and may
even possibly have had some significance to past dwellers in the
area. Looks like a goblin may have lived there some time ago.
Can you see the signs?