CANMORE lists this stone simply as a cross, although it was marked as a standing stone on the 1961 OS map.
The stone is a large slab, 2.0m in height by 0.6m wide and 0.2m thick, giving it similar proportions to the nearby Clach Glas. On either side is carved a large simple cross, but it is clear from looking at the stone that this is a christianised standing stone.
Writing in 1925, JH Dixon described how it was supposed to have been connected with a chapel of St Maroc on the terrace above the Tay‘s flood plain, although no trace of such a building can now be found.
Alternative names for Haugh Cottages
Westhaugh Of Tulliemet cross slab
Where is Haugh Cottages?
Haugh Cottages is in the parish of Dunkeld and Dowally and the county of Perthshire.
Grid reference: NN 9882 5107
Lat / long: 56.63999297, -3.650252425
OS Map for Haugh Cottages