St Constantine's Cells, Wetheral, Cumbria
These 3 chambers are early medieval cave dwellings known to have been in use in the 14th century. They were used by the Priory of Wetheral as a place of refuge during border raids and also know as the 'Safe Guards'. Local legend says they were used by St Constantine when he was a hermit. They have a built up front wall with 3 small windows and a fireplace. Access would have originally been by ladder but now there is a stone cut path.