A range of derelict farm buildings, just to the S of Bryn Eithin. Evidently a former dwelling and adjacent byre. Leading up the slope to this small complex of buildings is a track in the form of a hollow way, on each side of which are two large enclosures, roughly D shaped, with their straight edges abutting the track. The buildings consist of a rectangular structure, ca 6m x 7.5m, with entrance at the NE., and a small window at the W. It is oriented N - S. A gap about 5m wide exists at the W on the other side of which is the other structure, somewhat less substantial and thought to be a byre or store. This is ca 8m x 5m. It is set end on to the main building. It is oriented E - W. A length of walling continues along the slope for about 5m to the W., where it abutts a large boulder. This byre or store occupies most of the S side of the larger of the D shaped enclosures. Both the structures are drystone built. The house has survived the better. The byre is less well consolidated. The two enclosures are each somewhat different. That to the E of the track is the smaller, it has no apparent entrance. It is built as an earth bank, part has eroded away at the N, showing no stone core. Dimensions: ca 12m x 10m overall.The larger enclosure is built partly as earth bank like the smaller, where it borders the track, but the rest is a combined earth and piled stone construction. Dimensions: ca 24m x 20m overall. Near the site, especially to the S and SW are signs of relict field systems, perhaps associated in some way.