Another rather uninteresting grassy mound which is easy to miss if you didn't know there was a broch there. What's left of the broch is completely underground. Although it's right beside a road, access isn't easy. It's on the grounds of a retirement home, and there are barbed wire fences in the way. I knocked on the door of the retirement home, but it might be easier to approach from the farmland to the west or north.
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