The Cornamucklagh holy well is also known as St. Cuan’s holy well. The well comprises of a low stone wall that surrounds the well which may have been a small housed enclosure in years gone by with the well within.
Around the well there is a graveslab with a crucifixion carved on it. The well measures about 1.5 m deep and can be classed as a dry well due to its lack of water throughout the year. However in the winter months or under some heavy rainfall the well may be seen with water.