There is not much to see except the outlines of the buildings and still standing gateway although the foundations give you a sense of how it might have been. A spectacular position and excellent to stop for picnic on a fine day.
Very tall standing stone on South Uist that dates to neolithic period. The stone rises almost 17 feet into the air which makes it one of the largest standing stones in the isles. Its history is veiled in a typical hebridean mist.