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Grade II* Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Carmarthenshire

  1. II* The Bridge
    Situated between Newcastle Emlyn and Adpar, spanning Afon Teifi.
  2. II* Newcastle Emlyn Bridge (Partly in Newcastle Emlyn community)
    Situated between Adpar and Newcastle Emlyn, spanning River Teifi (parish and old county boundary)
  3. II* Church of St Luke or St Llonio
    In an isolated position away from Llanllwni village and on an elevated site directly above Afon Teifi.
  4. II* Felin Wen (White Mill)
    On the S side of the road through White Mill hamlet, opposite a junction with a minor road to Capel Gwyn.
  5. II* Gilfach y Berthog
    Approximately 2.5km NE of Whitemill, reached by farm road on the N side of a minor road 0.75km W of Llanfihangel-uwch-gwili.
  6. II* Capel Panteg and attached vestry to left
    Situated in a remote valley N of a minor road some 4km NE of Whitemill.
  7. II* Cwmgwili
    Set in its own grounds approximately 2.5km NW of Abergwili.
  8. II* No 51 including near-detached rear wing
    Situated opposite Post Office.
  9. II* Capel Heol Awst
    Situated set back in railed forecourt roughly midway along street.
  10. II* Church of St Mary
    Situated in centre of Llanllwch village.
  11. II* Nos.2 & 3 Quay Street,,,,,dyfed, Photos
    Situated some 5m SW of junction with St Mary's Street.
  12. II* Ty Gelli Aur/Golden Grove House, with steps and railings Photos
    Situated 15m NE of junction with Little Bridge Street.
  13. II* Capel Heol Dwr
    Situated set back from road some 60m SE of junction with St Catherine Street.
  14. II* English Baptist Church Photos
    Situated set back from the street in paved forecourt, between Nos 7 and 8.
  15. II* White Bridge (The bascule railway bridge) Photos
    Railway bridge over Towy river and accessed via footpath in field behind Queen Elizabeth Maridunum School.
  16. II* White Bridge (The Bacule railway bridge)
    Spanning the Afon Tywi to the SW of Carmarthen.
  17. II* Church of St Illtyd
    In a large churchyard on the E side of the main square, and immediately S of the A484.
  18. II* Court Farmhouse
    Set back from the road approximately 400m N of the parish church.
  19. II* Dome gunnery trainer at Pembrey Airfield
    In a field on the E side of the former airfield, approximately 550m NW of Brooklands Farmhouse.
  20. II* Cenarth Mill
    Situated on riverside, down track some 100m NE of the White Hart Inn.
  21. II* Henllys
    Situated about 1km NNW of Dolauhirion Bridge, approached from N via drive off road to Siloh some 250m W of junction with road to Cilycwm.
  22. II* Erryd
    Situated 2km S of Cilycwm on W side of Towy, approached by short drive E from road to Llandovery.
  23. II* Pont Newydd Photos
    Situated some 1.5 km S of Cilycwm on road to Llandovery.
  24. II* The Coach house at Henllys
  25. II* Old Bethel Chapel
    Located on a remote upland plateau on the N side of the Amman Valley approximately 1 km from the A474. Reached along short lane off mountain road at the lower end of a walled and gated burial ground.
  26. II* Capel Brynseion
    Situated in the centre of Glanamman some 25m S of A474 on the E side of High Street.
  27. II* Church of Saint Cynwyl
    Situated near the centre of Cynwyl Elfed village NE of Pont Cynwyl just off the A484.
  28. II* Parish Church of St Cynwyl
    Prominently situated in village centre within own graveyard. Lychgate some 50m to S.
  29. II* Cyffig Church Photos
    Situated on the S side of a minor road some 3km SE of Whitland.
  30. II* Cwrt Bryn y Beirdd
    Situated to SE of Trap, reached by drive running E from crossroads about 1 km S of Trap.
  31. II* Carreg Cennen House
    Situated about 0.5 km N of Trap, approached by avenue of limes from gates set in stone flanking walls on E side of road to Llandeilo.
  32. II* Llandeilo Bridge (including causeways) (partly in Llandeilo community)
    Spanning the River Towy and linking Llandeilo with Ffairfach; partly in Llandeilo C.
  33. II* The Town Gate
    Situated at SW end of Castle Street, some 130m WSW of Kidwelly Castle.
  34. II* Dovecote NW of Coleman Farm Photos
    Situated in patch of scrub woodland at intersection of four fields on hillside some 300m NW of Coleman Farm, which is on the lower road from Kidwelly to Ferryside via St Ishmael.
  35. II* Cold-roll Engine-house at former Kidwelly Tinplate Works
    Situated at NE end of Kidwelly Industrial Museum site, which is some 2km NE of Kidwelly, in Gwendraeth Fach valley.
  36. II* Parish Church of St. Martin
    Set in an elevated churchyard to N of the town centre
  37. II* Great House
    At the end of a continuous row of frontages, stepped up from the Vicarage.
  38. II* Castle House Photos
    Prominently sited to N of the castle and entered through the same iron gates.
  39. II* Town Hall Photos
    Forward to the street at the junction with Wogan Street, close to the castle; Market Lane to rear.
  40. II* Island House
    In the lower part of the town, below and west of the castle, on the SE side of the street, close to the River Coran.
  41. II* The Nelson Monument (also known as Paxton's Tower). Photos
    On the summit of a high hill 1km SE of Llanarthney village, making an impressive and conspicuous land-mark for miles around.
  42. II* Church of St David (also known as Church of St Arthneu or St Arthney).
    In centre of the village of Llanarthney. Stone-walled graveyard with lychgate [separately listed]. Graveyard extended to W. Numerous tombstones of a locally favoured tapering obelisk type; several enc
  43. II* Pont Llandeilo-yr-ynys (partly in Llanegwad Community) Photos
    Across River Towy 8km east of Carmarthen.
  44. II* Rhydarwen (also known as Rhyd-owen).
    At north of the B4300, 2½km east of the village of Llanarthney. Small farmyard at west. Stone wall facing the farmyard and to the roadside.
  45. II* Pont Llandeilo-yr-ynys (partly in Llanarthney Community)
    Spanning the Afon Tywi approximately 1.4km S of Nantgaredig. Also known as Rhynnws Bridge, Pont-newydd or Newbridge.
  46. II* W.R. H. Powell memorial in churchyard and iron railings Photos
    Situated in the churchyard in Llanboidy village, to the E of the parish church.
  47. II* Capel Bigawdin
    Attached to a field wall S of Wern-las Farm, approximately 2km SE of Llanddarog village.
  48. II* Church of St Simon and St Jude Photos
    Situated on ridge above upper Sawdde valley some 2.5 km E of Twynllanan on road to Llyn y Fan Fach.
  49. II* Llandeilo Bridge (including Causeway)
    Spanning the River Towy and linking the town with Ffairfach.
  50. II* Plas Dinefwr, including SW Screen wall
    Located in splendid parkland partly designed by Capability Brown, l775-8, to W of Llandeilo and reached along a picturesque driveway from a lodge entrance on the Carmarthen Road.
  51. II* Summer House at Plas Dinefwr
    Located in splendid parkland partly designed by Capability Brown, l775-8, to W of Llandeilo and reached along a picturesque driveway from a lodge entrance on the Carmarthen Road.
  52. II* Inner Courtyard Ranges at Dynevor Castel (Newton House)
  53. II* Outer Courtyard Ranges at Dynevor Castle (Newton House)
    U-plan ranges of former stables and coach houses attached to Inner Courtyard and enclosed by a screen wall on E side.
  54. II* Llandovery Castle
    Situated on prominent natural outcrop overlooking Afon Bran, on SE of main car park.
  55. II* Ty-Ficar Pritchard
    Situated on street line some 100m W of Pont a'r Fran.
  56. II* Church of St Dingat Photos
    Situated in large churchyard towards SW edge of town.
  57. II* Tabernacle Chapel Photos
    Situated set back from road in own courtyard, c30m from junction with Water Street.
  58. II* Williams Pantycelyn Memorial Chapel Photos
    Situated near the centre of Llandovery on the N side of the High Street between Orchard Street and Water Street.
  59. II* Derwydd Mansion
    In private grounds about 2km north-north-west of Llandybie village.
  60. II* Church of St. Tybie Photos
    At the centre of Llandybie village. Large stone-walled graveyard to north side (recent parts walled in concrete blocks). High wall with steps and iron gates from the street at west and south; stile be
  61. II* Cil-yr-ychen Lime Kilns
    Prominently sited 200m to the west of Llandeilo Road, about 1½ km north of Llandybie village.
  62. II* Church of the Holy Trinity
    About 1km NE of Pontargothi, in churchyard on the E side of a minor road and N bank of Afon Cothi.
  63. II* Parish Church of St. Ellyw Photos
    Prominently situated in churchyard on north side of Bridge Street.
  64. II* Tabernacle Chapel including forecourt Railings
    Situated at corner of Town Hall Square, overlooking Town Hall gardens.
  65. II* Tinhouse, Old Castle Tinplate Works
    On the western side of Llanelli, S of the A484.
  66. II* The Raby Furnace
    100 m north of Stradey Park Hotel at the east side of a culverted stream in a deep valley beside the B4309.
  67. II* Stradey Castle
    Entered by private drive from the B4308. House on terraced site with main basement area including external stairs to north-west. Landscaped parkland with woods to north. Terrace retaining-wall to sout
  68. II* Felinfoel Brewery
    Prominently sited at E side of the A 476 in Felinfoel, Llanelli. Brewery yard to south and to rear. Office building to south.
  69. II* Hoffmann Kiln of Eclipse Brickworks
    W side of the former Llanelli and Mynydd Mawr Railway, 1/2 km SE of Horeb. Site of siding with a passing loop and remains of brickwork loading platform at E. Site of moulding & drying shed and ruin of
  70. II* Church of St Michael and all Angels
    At the south side of Bryngwyn Road, Dafen. Stone wall to street and to west side; timber war-memorial lychgate.
  71. II* Pantycelyn Farmhouse
    Situated down a lane some 300m E of the centre of Pentre-ty-gwyn village.
  72. II* Cynghordy Viaduct
    Situated approximately 1.5km N of Cynghordy crossing the valley of the Afon Bran.
  73. II* Cefnarthen Chapel
    Situated at the end of a lane off a minor road leading from Pentrebach to Babel approximately 1km to the NW.
  74. II* Golden Grove Mansion
    In park landscape to the south of, and overlooking, the Towy valley, 4 km south-west of Llandeilo. Two gate-lodges to the B4300 at north. A third, which is at the present principal park entrance, is i
  75. II* Church of St Michael
    In the village of Golden Grove to the west of the street, nearly opposite to Golden Grove park entrance. Stone-walled churchyard with stile; lychgate separately listed.
  76. II* Golden Grove Stable Block
    To the west of the service wing at Golden Grove, to which it is linked by yards and a covered way. Rubblestone enclosing wall at north, continuing the line of the terrace wall of the house.
  77. II* Church of St Michael
    At the N end of Llanfihangel ar Arth village, set in a walled churchyard overlooking the Teifi valley.
  78. II* Pont Cothi (partly in Llanfynydd Community)
    Spanning the Afon Cothi in the centre of the village and carrying a minor road immediately S of its junction with the B4310.
  79. II* Pont Cothi
    Spanning the Afon Cothi in the centre of Abergorlech, on the border between Llanfynydd and Llanfihangel Rhos y Corn communities.
  80. II* Church of St Egwad
    In a round churchyard in the centre of the village.
  81. II* Church of Saint Cadoc Photos
    Situated towards the upper end of Church Street, in large churchyard with stone boundary wall.
  82. II* Church House
    Situated on E side of street, just S of churchyard.
  83. II* Red Lion Hotel
    Situated prominently in centre of Church Street.
  84. II* Plas Glansevin
    Situated about 2 km E of Llangadog near the River Bran.
  85. II* Coedweddus
    Situated some 4 km E of Llangadog, reached by drive running N from lane to Llanddeusant.
  86. II* Church of St Cathen
    In a large churchyard occuping a high position at the S end of the village of Llangathen.
  87. II* Llethr Cadfan Farmhouse including former 'granary' building
    Set back on the W side of a minor road 0.5km N of the crossroads with the A40 in Broad Oak.
  88. II* Aberglasney
    Approximately 300m W of Llangathen church, set in its own grounds on the W side of a minor road between Llangathen and the A40 at Broad Oak.
  89. II* Arcaded terrace walks enclosing walled garden at Aberglasney
    On the W side of the house.
  90. II* Gatehouse at Aberglasney
    On the NW side of the house.
  91. II* Court Henry
    In its own grounds on the W side of a minor road approximately 0.6km N of the A40 at its junction with the B4297.
  92. II* Allt-y-Cafan Bridge
    Spanning the river Teifi on the County boundary with Ceredigion on the road N of Pentrecwrt.
  93. II* Pibwr Lwyd Farmhouse
    On the S side of the Carmarthenshire Collage Pibwr Lwyd campus, reached by minor road on the E side of the A484.
  94. II* Church of St Cyndeyrn Photos
    In a round churchyard in the centre of the village.
  95. II* Capel Salem including forecourt railings Photos
    Situated in the centre of Llangyndeyrn approximately 250m SW of the B4306.
  96. II* Church of Saint Cynin
    Situated in an isolated position on a minor road some 2km S of the centre of the village of Llangynin.
  97. II* Church of St Cynog
    Situated about 1 km S of Llangynog.
  98. II* Church of St Non
    In the centre of the village in a churchyard with stone wall and iron railings and gates to road at west; stone wall to minor road at north.
  99. II* Crosshands Public Hall
    500m north-west of Crosshands crossroads
  100. II* Bont-ar-Towy (partly in Llangadog Community)
    Bridge over River Towy on A4069 road to Llangadog, just E of A 40.
  101. II* Aberdeunant
    Situated some 400m up lane running N from Taliaris to Llansadwrn road, some 3km ENE of junction with B4302.
  102. II* Bont-ar-Towy (partly in Llansadwrn community)
    Situated on A4069 about 1 km W of Llangadog, just E of junction with A40. Half of bridge is in Llansadwrn community.
  103. II* Capel Libanus (Baptist Chapel)
    Situated on N side of lane some 1.3 km W of Llansadwrn.
  104. II* Castle Green including Front Railings and Gate
    Situated in village centre S of Castle Terrace opposite the Angle Inn.
  105. II* The Dairy
    Edwinsford is reached off the B4337 between Llansawel and Talley and is situated on the banks of the River Cothi which is the boundary between the two communities. The Dairy is situated on the opposi
  106. II* Edwinsford Home Farm
    Edwinsford is reached off the B4337 between Llansawel and Talley and is situated on the banks of the River Cothi which is the boundary between the two communities. The Home Farm is on the opposite (N
  107. II* Edwinsford
    The mansion is reached at the end of a short driveway off the B4337 1 km SE of Llansawel.
  108. II* Y Plas
    At the end of a private access road leading S from Llansteffan village.
  109. II* Church of St Ystyffan
    Within a stone walled cemetery, on the SW corner of the junction of High Street and Church Street.
  110. II* Vale View Photos
    Set slightly back from the street, on the S side of the road, within a small railed forecourt, immediately W of Brook Cottages.
  111. II* Coach House and Stable Range at Y Plas
    Located SW of Plas mansion, at the end of a private access road leading S from Llansteffan village.
  112. II* Neuadd Fawr
    Situated in village on E bank of the Afon Dulais, with short approach just NE of Pont y Neuadd.
  113. II* The Bunch of Grapes Inn
    Situated at upper end of street, prominently canted to face towards bridge.
  114. II* Church of St Margaret of Antioch Photos
    About 1km above Dolwen Point, in churchyard near junction of B4314 and minor road to Marros.
  115. II* Parish Church of St Mary Magdalene
    Situated within a cemetery behind the street, reached via a lych-gate opposite the Town Hall.
  116. II* Pilgrims Graves by ruins of St Michael's Church
    In enclosed cemetery, immediately S of the church ruins.
  117. II* Pilgrim's Graves S of ruins of St Michaels Church
    Near S perimeter of the cemetery.
  118. II* Farmhouse at Gelli Cefn y Rhos
    Isolated farmhouse in the hills to the S of Talley. At end of long lane off Talley-Cwmdu by-road.
  119. II* Parish Church of St Michael
    Situated in spacious churchyard immediately adjoining the Premonstratensian Abbey ruins.
  120. II* Capel Y Graig including attached schoolroom and forecourt railings
    Situated just W of the road junction in the centre of Trelech village.
  121. II* Pont Spwdwr (Spudder's Bridge)
    Approximately 2km NW of Trimsaran village centre, by-passed by and set back from the modern road.
  122. II* Former Kidwelly & Llanelly Canal aqueduct (also known as Glanstony Aqueduct)
    Spanning the Afon Gwendraeth Fawr NW of Morfa Mawr Farm, approximately 600m NW of Llandyry church.

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