The entrance is about 12 metres down the cliff, about 15 metres above high water mark. A high chamber lies behind the entrance which contains archaeological remains. Beyond the bone chamber, a low archway leads to a well decorated chamber, containing some monster columns up to 1.5 metres in diameter and 5 metres high. A passage continues for around 50 metres and is thought to be associated with a third entrance and the wind direction around Saddlehead.
Spotted by Mel Davies in 1966, explored in 1968, BNS/CwmbranCC/SWCC
Keith Edwards 2015
Keith Edwards 2014
John Parker, CCC, G1, 1968 (N arrow points W)
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Melvyn Davies, A flint find in Ogof Govan, Castlemartin, Pembrokeshire. CwmbranCC Jnl 23, p.14, 1998
Sanctuary (MOD Sustainability Magazine), 45, 2016, 52-53 Ogof Gofan balancing recreational caving with protecting bats and archaeology