After visiting Nash Point Promontory Fort I stepped over the concrete stile and headed north along the cliff top towards these barrows. You first cross a flat field and then come to a wooden stile. Over the stile and you will see in the next field a stone wall cutting the field in half. The first Barrow (Barrow 3) is to the right, near the hedgerow, this side of the wall – the other two (Barrows 1 and 2) in a similar position on the other side of the wall. All 3 are easy to access although you do have to come off the permissive footpath to do so.
Barrow 3 – The most ploughed out of the 3 Barrows, measuring about 20 metres across and only 0.3 metres in height. Easy to miss if you weren't looking specifically for it.
Barrow 2 – The smallest of the trio and again easy to miss. Approximately 0.5 metres in height x 5 metres across. Very close to Barrow 1.
Barrow 1 – The best of the three Barrows. Easy to spot. This one is again about 0.5 metres in height and 10 metres across.
All 3 Barrows are grass covered with no sign of any stones sticking out.
Needless to say there are great coastal views to be had all along the headland.