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A Grade II Listed Building in Dinas Cross, Pembrokeshire

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Latitude: 52.0174 / 52°1'2"N

Longitude: -4.9027 / 4°54'9"W

OS Eastings: 200917

OS Northings: 239424

OS Grid: SN009394

Mapcode National: GBR CN.H4KW

Mapcode Global: VH1QG.ZK09

Plus Code: 9C4Q238W+XW

Entry Name: Llwynhendy

Listing Date: 17 November 1994

Last Amended: 17 November 1994

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 14944

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated just SW of Brynhenllan crossroads, on N side of lane to Bwlchmawr.

County: Pembrokeshire

Community: Dinas Cross (Dinas)

Community: Dinas Cross

Locality: Brynhenllan

Built-Up Area: Dinas Cross

Traditional County: Pembrokeshire

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Pair of large semi-detached houses dated 1872, of the type built in Dinas by returning sea-captians.


Squared rubble stone with grey limestone dressings, flat-eaved roof and three brick stairs. Two-storey three-window rangs to each house with grey limestone angle quoins, and window and door surrounds, under slate hoodmoulds. Hornless 12-pane sashes and doors with plain overlights. Llwynhendy, to left, has 4-panel door and first floor end window with dripstone. Rough rubble end wall. Hafod Llwyd has C20 door, similar end window but shortened for C20 E end additional. Both houses have 1972 in grey limestone figures, one numeral to each wall section at first floor. Both have outshut rears.

Front gardens enclosed by rubble walls with white quartz coping, grey limestone piers with whitequartz tops and iron gates.

Among the best examples of the well-built later C19 houses typical of Dinas, and said to have built by returning sea-Captains. This pair is very similar to Ty Cambria and Castle Terrace.

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  • II Hafod Llwyd
    Situated just SW of Brynhenllan crossroads, on N side of lane to Bwlchmawr.
  • II Brynhenllan Cottage
    Situated in centre of village, facing E, at end of short row.
  • II* Brynhenllan Chapel
    Situate in Brynhenllan village, at the top of the slope to Pwllgwaelod.
  • II Cwm Dewi Fach
    Situated to left of Cwm Dewi Fawr at head of cwm some 400 m E of Pwllgwaelod cove.
  • II Cwm Dewi Fawr
    Situated down track of some 300 m E of Pwllgwaelod Bay, at foot of cwm from Brynhenllan.
  • II Ty Cambria
    Situated on road to Brynhenllan, some 100m N of 487.
  • II Limekiln Close to Beach
    Situated in car-park some 50 m SE of Sailors Safety Inn, by public toilets.
  • II Castle Green including Front Railings
    Situated in third terraced row from E, between Trefonnen and 2 Castle Green.

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