IChepstow Castle In a commanding position on the W bank of the River Wye. Modern access from Bridge Street, at the base of the slope.
ITown Gate Standing at the main entrance to the fortified town between Moor Street outside the gate to W and High Street within walls to E.
IPort Wall Extending from the curtain wall? of Chepstow Castle, uphill to the town gate and crossing to the quarry above the station.
IRoad Bridge over River Wye Continuing the line of Bridge Street. Aligned almost due north/south, crossing a bend in the River Wye, here the boundary between Wales and England. The N part of the bridge is in England.
IParish Church of St Mary Situated at the lower end of the street, now close to the by-pass, within a churchyard crossed by a railed walkway leading to Lower Church Street.
ILlanvihangel Court In Llanvihangel Crucorney about 400m south east of the Church of St Michael.
IPen-y-Clawdd Court About 1500m south west of the Church of St Michael, Llanvihangel Crucorney approached by a lane from the small settlement round the old Llanvihangel station.
IChurch of St Martin In the centre of Cwmyoy village on the east slope of the Vale of Ewyas. It stands in a churchyard with a fine collection of well cut memorials.
ILlwyn-celyn Farmhouse On a knoll on the west side of Stanton about 1.5km north west of Llanvihangel Crucorney.
IBettws Newydd Church Situated at SE end of village, approached by lane running E just N of Bettws Lodge.
IClytha Park Situated in landscaped park N of old A40 reached via drive from entrance opposite junction with road to Bettws Newydd.
IClytha Castle Situated on hillside S of Clytha Park approached by drive running S off old A40 some 300m E of entrance gates to Clytha Park.
IChurch of St Bridget Very attractively situated towards the N end of the village and approximately 100m NW of Skenfrith Castle, with which it forms part of a very fine group.
IChurch of St Jerome Situated some 500m E of Llangwm Isaf church, in isolated site at end of lane.
IChurch of St Tysoi Situated at S end of Llansoy village about 250m S of junction with main road.
IChurch of St. Mary the Virgin In a remote location close to the river Usk just over 1.5km north-east of the hamlet at Pant-y-goitre and reached along a by-road. Fine open churchyard, with beside the path, four later C19 headstones
IChurch of St Teilo Situated in a gently sloping churchyard in the centre of Llantilio Crossenny.
IWhite Castle Ruins Impressively sited on gently sloping ground overlooking the village of Llanvetherine and the undulating countryside beyond, some 3km NW of village of Llantilio Crossenny.
IPenallt Old Church (St Mary's) In the very northernmost corner of Trellech Community only about 1000m south of Monmouth in a position high above the bend of the Wye, approached from the Monmouth Road (B4239) at the junction by High
IParish Church of St Peter Located at the centre of Peterstone village, set back from the road, opposite the Six Bells Public House.
IChurch of St Mellon In a commanding hilltop position with access lane and open ground to N and churchyard extending below on S slope.
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