Scalasaig Standing Stones
History, tourist information, and nearby accommodation
The long axis of the stones appears to be aligned east to west. It was once believed the stones were part of a stone circle, though there appears to be no evidence to support this theory. Indeed, a recent (1984) survey concluded that the smaller of the stones may be a natural feature and not erected by humans.
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About Scalasaig Standing Stones
Address: Colonsay, Scalasaig, Argyll and Bute, Strathclyde, Scotland
Attraction Type: Prehistoric Site
Location: Take the track past the church opposite Colonsay Hotel. The stones are few hundred yards along, to your right.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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The Strand - 2 miles (Countryside)
Isle of Colonsay - 2 miles (Island)
Hangman's Rock - 2.1 miles (Countryside)
Nearest Accommodation to Scalasaig Standing Stones:
Nearby accommodation is calculated 'as the crow flies' from Scalasaig Standing Stones. 'Nearest' may involve a long drive up and down glens or, if you are near the coast, may include a ferry ride! Please check the property map to make sure the location is right for you.