On the east of the lane behind the Kilclooney church lies this magnificent site, composed
by two dolmens within the remains of a 25m (82ft) long cairn.
Both their chambers face eastwards and are about 9m (20ft) apart. The larger has
a capstone which is some 4 m (13 ft) long and about 6 m (20 ft) across, almost
matching the giant capstone at Browne's Hill Dolmen, Co. Carlow. Kilclooney's capstone is
supported by twin uprights 1.8 m (6 ft) high. The western chamber, now partially
collapsed, is almost
identical but smaller. The site hasn't been excavated, and it is distinctly
possible that the two dolmens were built in more than one phase.