What you find is an intriguing doughnut shaped structure some 60ft in diameter surrounded by standing stones and, perhaps, by a shallow ditch and low mound. The central cairn is well defined and made from fairly weathered rocks. In the centre of the cairn is a circular chamber, now open to the sky, reached via a low passage which enters the cairn on its south western side. The passage is low enough to require a crawl, but is well worth the effort. Parts of the passage roof are believed to date back to the original building of the cairn.Phone: +
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