Belas Knap is a neolithic burial chamber on Cleeve Hill, in Gloucestershire. Belas Knap is described as an outstanding example. The 'barrow' is about 178 feet (54m) long, about 60 feet (18m) wide and nearly 14 feet (4.3m) in height. There are four burial chambers where the remains of 31 Stone Age people were discovered during excavations and the tombs are open for viewing. These are formed of upright stone slabs, linked by dry-stone walling. Belas Knap is usually accessed via a steep climb for the first stretch of the footpath, with views of Winchcombe before you reach the hill top.
Postcode - GL54 5AL