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Listed Buildings in Llanarthney, Carmarthenshire

  1. II Bridge above Waterfall in Middleton Park
    In Coed Pont Felin, the north part of Middleton Hall Park, 400m south-east of Pont Felin-gât, on the Afon Gwynon. The river for about 70m below the bridge was held by a limestone rubble dam, creating
  2. II Brynhawddgar
    Opposite to the north-west entrance to the National Botanic Garden, north of a road junction. Monolith limestone gatepiers; late C19 cross-braced gate with iron palings.
  3. II Capel Dewi C. M. Chapel
    At the south side of the B4300 in the village of Capel Dewi. Square stone-walled enclosure with iron gates to front and stable in SE corner. One gate-pier is a monolith.
  4. II Capel Dewi Uchaf Farmhouse
    1km east of the village of Capel Dewi to the north of the B4300, reached by a private lane with monolithic gate-piers. There is an extensive set of C18/C19 buildings for mixed farming in an informal g
  5. II Capel Elim Parc (Baptist Chapel) with Baptismal Pool
    To the south side of an unclassified road about 300m north west of Parcymarchog. Stone perimeter wall to front and side with iron double gates plus single gate at corner. The baptismal pool is close t
  6. II Capel-y-dolau C. M. Chapel (also known as Capel-y-ddôl).
    At the south edge of Llanarthney village, on the road (Heol-fawr) to Middleton. Wrought-iron gate at roadside and a narrow lane leading to the chapel. Small yard surrounding the chapel on three sides.
  7. 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
  8. II Clearbrook Lodge and Meadow Cottage (at Clearbrook)
    Midway between Porthyrhyd and Llanarthney, 1km SE of Middleton Hall, outside the park perimeter road. The converted stable and coach house building is reached by a private drive to the south of Clearb
  9. II Dôlgwynon (also known as Gwynon Dale).
    Midway between Llanarthney village and the site of Middleton Hall, reached by a short private drive west from the unclassified road.
  10. II Dryslwyn-fawr Barn Range
    To the east side of the front yard of Dryslwyn-fawr.
  11. II Dryslwyn-fawr Cartshed and Stables
    To the south side of the front yard of Dryslwyn-fawr.
  12. II Dryslwyn-fawr Cowshed
    To the west side of the front yard of Dryslwyn-fawr.
  13. II Dryslwyn-fawr Farmhouse
    To the west side of the B4297 about 500m south of Dryslwyn Castle. Approached through a large farmyard surrounded by the buildings of the C19 model farm.
  14. II Dryslwyn-fawr Former Stables Range
    To the south side of the front yard of Dryslwyn-fawr, parallel to and south of the cartsheds range.
  15. II Dryslwyn-fawr Pigsties
    To the north-west side of the farmhouse at Dryslwyn-fawr.
  16. II Former Capel Dewi School
    At the south side of the B4300 in the village of Capel Dewi, freestanding in a large stone-walled playground with iron gates.
  17. II Former Llanarthney National School
    In Llanarthney village, at the road corner opposite to the Golden Grove Arms Hotel.
  18. II Former Llanarthney Railway Station with single Platform
    On the now dismantled railway about 250m north of Llanarthney church. There is a detached lamp and parcel shed, dated 1892, on the same platform.
  19. II Ice House of Middleton Hall
    50m south-west of the corner gates of the walled garden of the former Middleton Hall.
  20. II Lychgate of St David's Church
    At the entrance to Llanarthney Churchyard.
  21. II Milestone near Ffinnant
    On the B4300 1km east of the turning to Nantgaredig.
  22. II Milestone near Pont Llandeilo-yr-ynys
    100m south-east of Pont Llandeilo-yr-ynys
  23. II Milestone near Ty-newydd
    0.4km east of Ty-newydd, at south side of the B4300.
  24. II Milestone near Wernbongam
    At the north-east side of the B4310 beside the entrance to Glen, 1km west of Middleton Hall
  25. II Milestone opposite to Llanarthney Church
    In Llanarthney village, immediately opposite to the lychgate of the parish church. It is behind a fence and heavily overgrown with ivy.
  26. II Old Smithy
    In Llanarthney village to the north of the B4300, between the Parish Church and the Paxton Inn.
  27. II Pistyll Dewi Farmhouse
    At the north side of the B4100 500m east of the village of Llanarthney. House at east side of a small farmyard, with rubble masonry front garden wall.
  28. II Pont Felin-gât
    Near the North Lodge of Middleton Park, crossing the Afon Gwynon.
  29. II* Pont Llandeilo-yr-ynys (partly in Llanegwad Community) Photos
    Across River Towy 8km east of Carmarthen.
  30. II Rear stable block of Middleton Hall
    At the rear of the main stable block.
  31. 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.
  32. II Service Yard and Gateway of Middleton Hall
    100m north of the Great Glass House of the National Botanic Gardens. Attached to the surviving service wing of Middleton Hall.
  33. II Stable Block of Middleton Hall
    About 200m NW of the Great Glass House of the National Botanic Garden. The site is on the axis of Trawscoed, the building which was a service wing of Middleton Hall, and its walled domestic yard. The
  34. 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.
  35. II Tower Lodge
    150m south-west of the Nelson Monument, close to the NT carpark.
  36. II Weir in Middleton Park
    In Coed Pont Felin, the north part of Middleton Hall Park, 500m south-east of Pont Felin-gât, on the Afon Gwynon.

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