Stones forming part of the row. View from north (Scale 1m).
Rhos y Beddau in North Wales is a double stone row measuring 50m long, including at least 36 mainly small-sized stones together with some medium-sized stones situated on a natural terrace with restricted views that include a glimpse of distant Wenlock Edge. The row is orientated west to east and leads downslope from a stone circle at the western end. There is a kerbed cairn a short distance to the east.
Plan of Rhos y Beddau stone row (Source: survey by Sandy Gerrard at 1:500). Stones forming part of the double row are shown black whilst those of the adjacent circle are depicted red.