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Manor House

A Grade II Listed Building in The Havens (Yr Hafanau), Pembrokeshire

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Latitude: 51.7737 / 51°46'25"N

Longitude: -5.1061 / 5°6'21"W

OS Eastings: 185805

OS Northings: 212896

OS Grid: SM858128

Mapcode National: GBR CD.ZG4R

Mapcode Global: VH1RJ.FPZ5

Plus Code: 9C3PQVFV+FH

Entry Name: Manor House

Listing Date: 26 November 1997

Last Amended: 26 November 1997

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 19099

Building Class: Domestic

Location: Situated in Grove Place, some 120m SE of the beach in Little Haven.

County: Pembrokeshire

Town: Haverfordwest

Community: The Havens (Yr Hafanau)

Community: The Havens

Locality: Little Haven

Traditional County: Pembrokeshire

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Early C19 house shown on the Walton West Tithe Map of 1841 as an inn, owned by Judith Phillips and occupied by William Crum. Little Haven was called a 'celebrated bathing place' in a sale advertisement of 1814 for a newly built substantial house of 2 bedrooms and 3 parlours, built for the late Rowland Laugharne of Orlandon, St Brides.


Large village house with service wings. Rubble stone with concrete tiles and slates to roofs and end-wall stacks. Large three-storey, three-window main house with concrete tiles and stone end stacks, flanked asymmetrically by 2-storey wings with slate roofs. Outbuilding running W from front of S wing.

Main house has hornless sash windows with stone voussoirs and slate sills. 6-pane attic windows, 12-pane elsewhere and centre 6-panel door. Left wing, possibly orignally a lofted carthouse has C20 rendered left end stack, two large C20 12-pane first floor windows and ground floor centre cambered-headed cart-entry and small 6-pane window to right. C20 glazing to cart-entry and to window.

Right wing is shorter, with rendered right end stack. One central 6-pane sash, ground floor left 12-pane hornless sash, and outbuilding to right.

Outbuilding has W gable end garage doors, inserted or altered in C20 and one N side 6-pane window.

Reasons for Listing

A late Georgian house of unusual scale for the coastal villages of the region.

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  • II Haven Fort Hotel
    Situated on Settlands Hill, to the E of the road between Broad Haven and Little Haven.
  • II Walton West Farmhouse
    Situated some 60m NE of the cross roads in Walton West, on the NW side of the road running to Broadway.
  • II Church of All Saints
    Situated some 300m E of the cross roads in Walton West, on the N side of the road running E from Little Haven.
  • II Broad Haven House
    Situated in Broad Haven village facing the beach, at the N end and on the E side of the sea front road, the B4341.
  • II Rosepool
    On the S side of Dale Road some 1.1km W of the Church of Saint James the Great at Walwyn's Castle.
  • II Church of Saint Mary the Virgin
    Situated in a remote and imposing location, some 1.5k SW of the centre of Little Haven and some 100m S of the cliffs W of Musselwick.

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