Exploring Waterford's Ancient Monuments



Easily visible from the roadside, this standing stone in the corner of a field is located at a road junction in the Ring Gaeltacht area of the county about 6km north east of Ardmore.

Leaning at an angle, it stands 1.55 meters tall. It has an irregular profile and is oriented in a NE-SW direction.



 View looking East

Directions: From Dungarvan take the N25 towards Cork. At Kiely’s Crossroads, which is at  about 14km, take the R673 signposted for Ardmore. After 2 km on this road turn right. A further 1km on this road you will come to right turn. The stone is in the field ahead as you make the turn to the right.


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