Substantial remains of a Wye Valley type limekiln of the early 19th century with associated landscape features, including trackways, ramps, walls and quarry. The kiln has 2 drawing arches to the front, fed by a single pot. There are walls leading up to the kiln on either side of a hollow way from the track which runs along the edge of the wood to the north.
Source: Cadw scheduling description of 08. 2000 F.Foster/RCAHMW 03. 2006