|Monk's bed at St Benan's oratory.|
|Standing between St. Benan's oratory and the hermit monk's bed|
marking it as a very important place. The Tower was initially 35 meters tall, but was struck by lightening in the early 19th century partially destroying it and leaving only 4 meters remaining. It's thought these round towers served multiple functions as look-out towers, bell towers, places to store relics, places of refuge in times of danger and as the centering point for the community.