IKeep at Bronllys Castle Located strategically near the crossing of the Llynfi River, perched on a motte approximately 6m high
IPorth-Mawr Gatehouse Forward to the street and set into a long rubble crenellated wall now enclosing porth mawr house but formerly the castellated herbert family mansion called cwrt-y-carw. Gatehouse adjoins side of hous
IGatehouse to Great Porthamel Located axially on the approach to Great Porthamel farmhouse, below the NW side of the main road from Talgarth to Hay.
IOld Gwernyfed Located on NW side of road from Talgarth to Felindre, and set within its own grounds at the end of an axial driveway from the entrance gates on the road. The former farm buildings lie immediately to
IHay Castle Dominating the town with Back Fold, Castle Lane and Oxford Road bordering the castle grounds.
IChurch of Saint David In a prominent position in Llanddew, in the churchyard just W of the crossroads in the centre of the village.
ITretower Court Approximately 150m S of the parish church on W side of a minor road between Tretower and A40
ITretower Castle Prominently sited SW of church on S side of Ty Llys farm, W of Tretower Court. Farm buildings are contained within the bailey walls
ITreberfydd (also known as Treberfedd) On rising ground above the S shore of Lake Llangorse, overlooking the Lake and Mynydd Troed, standing in a large garden and parkland reached by front and rear drives.
IChurch of Saint David Situated some 1.2 km NW of Trecastle, on N side of A40, and E side of road to Tirabad.
IThe Tower At the S edge of Scethrog hamlet, bordering the River Usk, on a mound and surrounded by a vestigial moat within a stone walled garden. Reached off S side of A40.
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