This beautifully-situated four-poster circle sits on a small mound, which itself sits on a small steep-sided hill, affording spectacular views along Glen Shee.
Although the mound on which the stones sit is was excavated in 1894 and reported to be a natural morain deposit, it does look very suspicious, and there are stones on the east side of it which could be the remnants of a kerb, suggesting that this may in fact be a barrow.
In the past, the Spittal of Glenshee standing stone would have been visible from this site, although it is now hidden behind the church.
Where is Diarmid's Grave?
Alternative names for Diarmid's Grave
Grave of Diarmid