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King Arthur’s Bed

King Arthur’s Bed is a rock formation located on Bodmin Moor in Cornwall, England. It is situated near the village of St. Cleer on the southeastern edge of the moor.

This rock formation is made of granite. It consists of two large slabs of rock placed horizontally and supported by upright stones, resembling a stone “bed” or bench. It is said to be a place where King Arthur and his knights rested during their legendary quests. Local folklore often attributes various landmarks to Arthurian legends, contributing to the rich tapestry of Arthurian folklore in the region.