A 5,000-year-old monument that's thought to be Britain's only rock-cut tomb.
The Dwarfie Stane is a megalithic chambered tomb carved out of a titanic block of Devonian Old Red Sandstone located in a steep-sided glaciated valley between the settlements of Quoys and Rackwick on Hoy, an island in Orkney, Scotland.
- Visitor Access, Directions & Contacts
Access contact details
The Dwarfie Stane is free to visit and open year-round.
Towards the north end of Hoy, 3.5m from Rackwick. Reached via Orkney Ferries Ltd from Houton Terminal.
Grid Reference: HY 244 005.
- Features & Designations
- Key Information
Open to the public