On the B5025 just before the village of Llanfaethlu there is a chapel on the right hand side of the road. (Capel Soar) The road forks to the right.
On the corner of this fork is the old Black Lion pub. Now closed for business. You can easily park in front of this.
We climbed the wall.
Very easy to find and you can park up the road. I didn't try to negotiate the wicked barbed wire on the wall. There is a field gate but I took the wire as a warning of not being wanted. You can have a drink in the Black Lion near where you park.
On the way to our final destination, Presaddfed, we screeched to a halt by the roadside chapel of Llanfaethlu, just so Moth and I could hop out of the car and take a couple of snaps of the quite attractive monolith which stands in the next door field. This is much more solid than the previously described stones; much more like the traditional menhir. I liked the way it was still quietly sitting there, despite the Christianisation, and the road passing within a few feet of its field. Again, it enjoyed some lovely views, and the benefit of being utilised as a sheep rubbing post.
This great looking stone was sporting a rather naff pentagram, carved on it's road side face.
I saw the same looking carving on one of the stones at Mein Hirion. They both looked to be carved into the lichen rather than the stone. It's still bollocks tho'.....