View from the south east.
Benjamy double stone row on Exmoor is a wide double stone row (or avenue) measuring up to 16m long, originally including at least 9 small and medium-sized stones situated on a gentle north facing slope with a restricted sea view. The row is orientated north east to south west and stands in the vicinity of several ring cairns and a stone row.
Plan of the Benjamy double stone row. Upright stones shown grey and recumbent stones shown green. The row seems to have changed a great deal in the past 100 years. Only seven stones are currently visible.