This isn't a Historic Scotland site. It is privately owned. A guide spends about 45 minutes with you talking about what they have found at the tomb. You get to see and handle artefacts.
Most of the tomb hasn't been excavated. You need to be reasonably fit to get in the entrance shaft, it is a only a metre or so high. You are in the tomb, only for 15 mins or so but it is worth it. This place hasn't been Disneyfied. The owners clearly care and the guide is passionate. Really worth seeking out if you want to get a feel for an unexplored and spoilt Neolithic tomb.
The owners of the ton,b own the bistro next door too. We just had coffees. It looks nice.
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