A cairn that may once have been associated with a stone circle (indeed, the site is marked on the OS map as a circle). The cairn is about 21 metres across and just over half a metre high. It may once have been more extensive but it seems to have suffered from stone-stealing over the centuries.
There are a pair of stone in the south wst section of the cairn which may have formed part of a kerb. Beyond the cairn, about 3 metres to the south, are 3 furher stones which may (or may not) have formed part of a stone circle. About 7 miles away is Innesmill Stone Circle.