St. Sourney’s Well can be found to the rear of church remains of St Sairnait (otherwise known as St. Sourney) which was built around 550 A.D. 

The well was recently rebuilt by a work crew who unfortunately took the stones to build it from what was reputedly St. Sairnait’s cell or ‘bed’. 

St. Sourney was a female patron, who was believed to be of great importance given the number of religious features dedicated to her.

Location

GPS: 53.198419, -8.905504