The Stonefield standing stone is a rather unglamorous site compared to others nearby, standing as it does close to houses in a village street, its base set in concrete. The stone stands just over 1m tall and is a flat slab of gneiss approximately 0.15m thick.
The stone was revealed by peat cutting in 1923, and still stands in its original position.
Alternative names for Stonefield
Calanais; Callanish XII