Buail' a' Chladaich - (The) dug out sheep or cattle fold as in an enclosure dug into the ground to corral animals. MacLeod translates as the same. 5400 7110
Buail' a' Chladaich No. 1 – A view from the west towards Ardfernal and Cnocan Soilleir with the northern edge of Small Isles Bay protruding into the scene from the right. This place name may refer to the fact that cattle were oft times loaded onto ships in the deeper northern portion of Small Isles Bay, thus holding pens would have been required for the animals.