Well of Stones

The name of a well in Coll, near the tung or burial ground of the Macleans, and not too far from a sunken rock in the sea called Cairgein. It was a saying that as long as a person got water from the one and dulse (seaweed) from the other he need never die of want.



  • Campbell, J.G. (1902). Witchcraft & Second Sight in the Highlands & Islands of Scotland. Glascow: James MacLehose and Sons, p. 102.