Take the minor road south east out of Glandy Cross. (an O/S map would be helpful)
There is no public access to the stone but it is easily seen from the field gate. You can of course jump over the gate and a two minute muddy walk takes you up close and personal. One stone is approx 1 metre tall and the other, fallen stone, is about 2 metres long. There is a pool of water around the stones, no doubt caused by the cattle. Whilst I was there the sun came out and lit up the stones lovely. There are nice views to be had looking north towards the mountains.