The remains of the stone circle at Cairnton can be seen from the A97 just south of its junction with the B9001 opposite Westertown farm. It is a steep but short uphill walk from the road. The recumbent and the west flanker remain. Views down the valley towards Huntly are tremendous, what a place to look south!
Westertown farm has the Cairnton RSC within its grounds even though the circle is regarded with a different farms name. Although rubble and bigger boulders are behind the recumbent the resident farmer insists that 3 stones lay beneath the heaps. He also can point to at least 2 other stones used for corners in a barn. At least the recumbent and a flanker remain, what a view especially when rain is coming up the valley!! Arnhill down the road equally brilliant.
Anybody looking for the cup marked stone, at Westertown (NJ58824450), will be wasting their time. The farmer buried the stone at least ten years ago in the same field in which it had rested for years. There then followed "a stushie" between the Historic Scotland people and the farmer. So, in the end not a very good result.