|V 790 606 (O.S. Map)|
|Visited Aug 1998|
The Drombohilly wedge tomb stands less than 200m to the south of the stone circle of the same name. We were quite surprised to see the amount of the covering mound that has survived, this comes part way up the sides and still covers the eastern end of the tomb. It seems to have been round or oval in plan and its remnants can even be seen on top of the capstone. The western end of the tomb is open, a large slab lies flat here and could be the original western closure. The eastern blocking slab is still in place and we could see cairn boulders behind this, if there was originally a second chamber behind the slab, it has collapsed or become filled with cairn material.