Grade I Listed Buildings in the Historic County of Glamorgan
IChurch of St Cadoc In the hamlet of Cheriton, east of Llanmadoc. Stone churchyard wall on three sides, with iron railing, gate, and lamp arch to east. Concrete path to church door. The grave stone (renewed) of Rev WD Da
IWeobley Castle 250m north of the minor road from Oldwalls to Landimore, on a scarp overlooking Llandimore Marsh and the Burry Estuary.
IOystermouth Castle Approximately 500m NW of Oystermouth church, prominently sited on high ground overlooking the village and Swansea Bay.
IMargam Castle Located in a high and prominent position at the E end of the gardens in Margam Park. Approached from the SW by a new drive.
ICoity Castle Located immediately SW of Coity Church and prominently sited above Heol West Plas.
IChurch of St Mary Located on NE side of Coity village in a large churchyard with open fields to N and Coity Castle to SW.
IChurch of St David, Bettws Situated on the hilltop at the centre of the village which became the core of a post-war estate development.
IChurch of St David In the centre of the village, on a slight rise above the High Street. Church stands in a roughly circular churchyard surrounded by rubble wall with wrought iron gates S and E.
IChurch of St John the Baptist In the centre of the old village of Newton with two sides of the rectangular churchyard fronting the village green; main access at WSW.
ISker House Located on a limestone promontory jutting west into Swansea Bay, approximately 4.2 kilometres N of Porthcawl, and reached by a long farm road leading W from the minor road from Porthcawl to Kenfig.
IEwenny Priory Church The E part of the surviving Priory complex, on the S bank of the Ewenny River, NE of Ewenny village and due N of Corntown, bordered by Ewenny Priory (house) gardens to S and churchyard N.
IChurch of St Michael The W part of the surviving Priory church, on the E side of the Priory complex, on S bank of Ewenny River, NE of Ewenny Village and N of Corntown.
ILlanmihangel Place Located to N of the Parish Church, approximately three miles South of Cowbridge.
INash Manor Set in its own grounds to N of Llandow trading estate and 1km S of Llysworney. The entrance to the drive is at the junction of the B4268 and the B4270.
IOld Beaupre Castle Located approximately 2km SW of St Hilary on the E bank of the river Thaw, set on a platformed site, with pedestrian access from St Hilary to St Mary Church road to NW, opposite Howe Mill Farm.
IOgmore Castle Located on the SE side of the River Ewenny, just before it joins the Ogmore River, in the hamlet of Ogmore to the NW of the B4524. A series of stepping stones cross the river at this point.
ICyfarthfa Castle Situated in its own landscaped park overlooking the Taff Valley and site of the former Cyfarthfa Ironworks.
ISchool at Cyfarthfa Castle Situated in its own landscaped park overlooking the Taff Valley and site of the former Cyfarthfa Ironworks.
ILlancaiach-fawr Close to the W community boundary which follows Nant Caeach, a short distance NE of Nelson and reached by a short track from the main road. Fronts a re-created formal garden, the surrounding walls inc
ICathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul Sited below and to the north of the plateau which carries the village but forming a striking object from every direction as the most prominent building in north-west Cardiff.
ICaerphilly Castle On a low-lying marshy site surrounded by hills to the N, S and W. Two streams, the Nant Gledyr and Nant yr Aber, cross the area and drain into the R Rhymney which flows towards the E. These streams
ISwansea Castle In the centre of the city, on the curving W bank of the former course of the River Tawe.
ICapel Tabernacle On NE corner of Woodfield Street and Crown Street; on prominent sloping site, visible from large area to E of community. Set in yard with low stone wall with iron railings and gates.
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