Struell Wells
The Essential
There are five structures in this secluded rocky hollow: an unfinished 18C church, a round drinking well, with a domed roof supported by a wicker arch, a rectangular eye well with a pyramidal corbelled roof, two bath-houses: one for men and one for women. The significance of watercourses and springs in the pagan Celtic tradition doubtless continued to attract pilgrims to Struell in the early Christian period.