You can reach this chambered cairn dating back to 2900BC from a sign posted car park on the "main" road. Coming from the ferry this is on the right side of the road, the path is also on the right side of the road, it goes past a couple of houses and then up a heathery hill, over and along a stream (great view, great vegetation). You'll find the tomb about half a mile along this path. It is fenced but open for the public. It is very well preserved and surprisingly dry.
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