A modernised holy well where rounds are still made on St. Gobnait's day, the 11th of February. It lies about 200m to SW of a possible early ecclesiastical site also named for St. Gobnait (KE052-003001-).
A calluragh burial ground is situated on the lower W slopes of Beennacouma, overlooking Coumeenoole strand. It consists of a large, irregularly-shaped stone and earth mound which measures approximately 13m N-S x 8 to 10m E-W.
Two standing stones surmount the mound of a possible leacht (KE052-022004-) near its NW and SE ends.
The NW stone is .45m high, and measures .35 x .3m at base.
The SE stone is 1.25m high and .25m wide and is decorated on both faces.