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Listed Buildings in Angle, Pembrokeshire

  1. II 12 Photos
    S side of village street, two houses E of The Globe Hotel.
  2. II 17 Photos
    S side of village street, two to three houses W of The Globe Hotel.
  3. II 18
    S side of village street, two to three houses W of The Globe Hotel.
  4. II 22 Photos
    S side of village street, six houses W of The Globe Hotel.
  5. II 23
    S side of village street, opposite the Hibernia
  6. II 24
    S side of village street, opposite the Hibernia
  7. II 34 Photos
    S side of village street, near W extremity of village
  8. II 35
    S side of village street, near W extremity of village
  9. II Chapel Bay Cottages
    250 m E of Chapel Bay fort.
  10. II Chapel Bay Cottages Photos
    250 m E of Chapel Bay fort.
  11. II Chapel Bay Fort Photos
    At N of Angle, overlooking Milford Haven, and reached by a lane at W of village.
  12. II Church Hall Photos
    Situated in churchyard to E of church, fronting on to road.
  13. I Church of St Decumanus Photos
    Situated in centre of village, in large churchyard.
  14. II Church of St Mary Photos
    Angle
  15. II Corse Bridge and attached Walled Channel
    At the point where the Angle to Castlemartin road crosses the community boundary.
  16. II* Dovecote Photos
    In field immediately N of Castle Farm.
  17. II Eastington Farmhouse including range of outbuilding to SE Photos
    Situated some 0.75 km NW of Rhoscrowther Church and close to Texaco Oil Refinery. C18 to C19 farmhouse attached to medieval tower.
  18. II* Former Church of Saint Mary Photos
    Situated in sloping churchyard between Texaco Oil Refinery and Pembroke Power Station and S of inlet at Pwllcrochan Flats. To be converted to a private house (1993).
  19. II Former National School Building Photos
    Situated on S side of lane from Wallaston Cross, some 100m ESE of church.
  20. II* Fort Popton Photos
    On the headland at the NE corner of Angle Bay.
  21. II Garden Arch at Old Henllan
    Situated some 60m N of the remaining structure of Old Henllan, on N boundary of site.
  22. II Hilton Farmhouse
    Situated at S end of village, S of bridge and W of road.
  23. II Lookout Tower Photos
    At N side of B4320 road.
  24. II Monument to John Mirehouse Photos
    At N side of village street, close to children's playground.
  25. II No.7,,,,,dyfed,
    7 Main Street
  26. I Pele Tower Photos
    About 100 m N of St Mary's Church, close to Castle Farm.
  27. II Preaching Cross
    Remains of a Preaching Cross in St. Mary's Churchyard, at S side of the church. Formerly included in the listing of the church.
  28. II Range of Outbuildings at Hilton Farm
    Situated to SE of farmhouse, enclosing S side of yard.
  29. II Rocket Cart House Photos
    At N side of B4320 road.
  30. I Sailors' Chapel Photos
    At N side of St Mary's Church, within the Churchyard.
  31. II Shaft and Base of Churchyard Cross to N of Parish Church Photos
    Situated in churchyard to N of N transept of Church of St Decuman.
  32. II Stone Building (now as a Barn) at Old Henllan
    Situated in a hollow some 250m N of Hentland Farm, which lies N of road to Rhoscrowther some 1 km E of the Texaco Oil Refinery.
  33. II* The Almshouse
    At S of the village street, opposite the school.
  34. II The Globe Hotel Photos
    At S side of village street.
  35. II The Old Point House Photos
    Near Angle Point headland. Reached by a lane at E of church
  36. I The Tower at Eastington Manor House Photos
    Situated some 0.75 km NW of Rhoscrowther Church and close to Texaco Oil Refinery.
  37. II* Thorne Island Fort Photos
    Off N headland of West Angle Bay.
  38. II War Memorial Photos
    At W side of Angle to Castlemartin road, on headland overlooking Freshwater West Bay.
  39. II Windmill adapted as machine-gun post Photos
    In field E of B4320 road after turning N to approach the village.

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