Exploring Waterford's Ancient Monuments
Kilbarrymeaden - Bullaun Stone
This lovely double Bullaun stone is located in a field which adjoins the ruined early ecclesiastical site and parish church of Kilbarrymeaden just outside the village of Kill. Nestling under an old thorn tree, the sizeable stone measures 1.6 X 1.25 X .0.60 metres. It is slab–like in appearance and has two basins. The largest is 35 cm in diameter while the smaller one is 30 cm.
Close up of basins
Directions: From the village of Kill take the road signposted south for Bunmahon.
After 0.75 km veer left and continue a further 0.75 km till you reach a sharp left turn at a farmyard. Here you will see the old church on the left side of the road. The Bullaun stone is in the field 150 meters to the east of the ruins.
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