"Guisachan, standing stone. In the parkland some 75m SW [NW] of the ruins of Guisachan House (NH22NE 7.00) is what appears to be a standing stone. The boulder is 1.7m wide at the base, 0.8m thick and 1.3m high, with a rounded 'pointed' top. There are 4 cup marks towards the base of the stone, in the centre of its NE face."
Duncan and Harden, J and G (1987 a)
'Guisachan, (Kiltarlity and Convinth parish) standing stone',
Discovery Excav Scot, 1987, 25