What's all this about? I'm not used to unreservedly agreeing with people, but do so here with Greywether. Although the remains of this chambered cairn are pretty good - and set in an isolated forest clearing the site would, in my humble opinion, be bordering upon the excellent - the vibe here is seriously compromised by.... the woman in the adjacent bungalow hanging out her washing and conversing loudly with her partner in full-on Glaswegian. Yeah, this sassenach can't understand a word so can't even eavesdrop... hey, I have to use the subtitle option on my Rab C Nesbitt box-set. Some things never change, I guess.
Nevertheless this is worth a quick look, dodgy setting or not. The facade stones are substantial, bearing some nice lichen and still stand sentinel before the remains of a chamber.
However I now find myself with an hour or so spare to take a long overdue clamber up Dunadd... not a bad thing.