Berrybrae Stone Circle
Berrybrae Stone Circle
Berrybrae is a complex site consisting of several distinct phases. There was originally a circle here (actually an oval) consisting of a recumbent stone surrounded by 9 standing stones arranged around an earthen bank ranging from 12.8 metres to 1.8 metres diameter. Within the circle was a ring cairn containing 3 burials.
Sometime around 1700 BCE the cairn was destroyed, and the standing stones - with the exception of the recumbent stone and one flanking stone - were chopped down to create a level site. A stone wall was then erected over the remainder of the standing stones and the bank to create a cremation cemetery.

About 7 miles away is Memsie Cairn burial site.