Eilean Ban Crannog
This is one of three islets close to the south-west shore of Loch Frisa. The southernmost two, Eilean Dubh and its neighbour, are clearly natural in origin. However, Eilean Ban, which lies 330 m north west of Eilean Dubh and is low lying, may have been artificially improved. It is encircled by a 1.6 m thick dry-stone wall. Two or three courses of stone are still in place on the north-east side, but elsewhere the wall remains as a scatter of rubble with a few facing-stones in situ. On the west side the wall was built on a plinth of large boulders. On the east side it is indented to accommodate a small boat-inlet.
The boat-inlet, together with the style of the masonry, indicate that the remains date from late medieval times or the 17th century. No internal structures remain.
Grid Reference NM 477 493