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Listed Buildings in Llangeler, Carmarthenshire

  1. II* Allt-y-Cafan Bridge
    Spanning the river Teifi on the County boundary with Ceredigion on the road N of Pentrecwrt.
  2. II Area Wall and Railings at Closygraig Chapel, including Memorial.
    Terraced wall immediately in front of Closygraig Chapel.
  3. II Barn range at Penyrallt Home Farm
    Forms the S side of a large courtyard of agricultural buildings.
  4. II Church of St Barnabas
    Situated in centre of village just SW of the junction of the roads from Waungilwen and Henllan.
  5. II Closygraig Calvinistic Methodist Chapel
    On elevated terrace behind wall and railings, overlooking a bend in the road.
  6. II Closygraig Chapel House
    On continuous line between chapel and vestry, on an elevated terrace overlooking a bend in the Drefelin Road.
  7. II Danycapel Farmhouse
    Situated to W side of rectangular farmyard at the N end of a private access road, beyond the Anglican church.
  8. II Dolgoch Mill
    Situated down a short driveway leading over a watercourse, in a slight hollow, below the Drefelin Road.
  9. II Dolhaidd Mansion Photos
    At the end of a private access road leading roughly NW from the A484 trunk road
  10. II E range of outbuildings at Penyrallt Home Farm
    Situated to E side of courtyard of farm buildings, E of farm-house.
  11. II Former Ogof Weaving Shed
    Set back slightly from the Drefach-Cwmpencraig Road behind a grassy verge, just S of Ogof Cottage.
  12. II Frondeg
    Situated down a short track leading N from the Cwmhiraeth Road, on a terrace situated on a slope leading from the road to the stream.
  13. II Greenfield
    Situated within railed forecourt, set back from the Drefach-Henllan road opposite the Maeros Mill entrance.
  14. II Henfryn Cottage
    On a split level terrace on a steep slope overlooking Henfryn Mill. Reached via a private access road leading E from the Pentrecwrt Road, S of Alltycafan Bridge.
  15. II Henfryn Farmhouse
    At NW of linear farm complex, at the top of a steep ridge overlooking the Afon Teifi.
  16. II Henfryn Mill
    At the end of a private access lane leading E of the Pentrecwrt Road, S of Alltycafan Bridge.
  17. II Llwynbrain
    Set back from the Drefach-Henllan road behind front wall, attached to No 2 Llwynbrain.
  18. II Llwynbrain, including attached range to the N
    Attached to N side of Llwynbrain, on W side of the Drefach-Henllan Road.
  19. II Main Mill Building at Museum of the Welsh Woollen Industry.
    Museum complex located to N end of Drefach village, to W of the Drefach-Henllan road. Main building is below road level, N of office buildings at site entrance.
  20. II Meiros Hall, including attached coach-house and stable range to rear.
    On rising ground, within large, enclosed garden, overlooking the former Meiros Mill building.
  21. II Min-yr-Afon.
    Immediately NW of a small bridge on the access lane S of Rhos.
  22. II N range of outbuildings at Penyrallt Home Farm.
    Located at N side of three-sided farmyard, NE of the farmhouse.
  23. II Nantybargod
    Situated within low stone walled enclosure, in the bottom of a hollow on N side of the lane from Rhos, 75m E of the bridge.
  24. II New Mill
    Set back from the road, just S of the bridge, at the W extremity of Drefelin.
  25. II No. 1 Pant Glas, including forecourt wall and railings.
    Immediatly N of and abutting No. 2 Pant Glas, situated within a small lawned forecourt with dwarf wall and railings.
  26. II Office Building at Museum of Welsh Woollen Industry
    Situated at SE corner of site, at present entrance to museum, with gable end to road.
  27. II Ogof Cottage including attached workshop to N.
    Situated on a slight raised platform at the side of the Drefach-Cwmpencraig Road.
  28. II Outbuilding at Shadog Farm
    Located S of Shadog Farmhouse, at the end of a private access road, E of the farm complex.
  29. II Pant Glas
    Situated on the roadside, within a small stone walled forecourt, abutting no 1. to the R.
  30. II Pantcilgan
    Situated within spacious lawned forecourt, set back from the Drefach-Saron Road, just beyond a bend and opposite a ruinous farm complex.
  31. II Penlan Fawr including forecourt, walls and railings
    Along a private driveway leading from the Penboyr Road, just W of a group of modern or altered agricultural buildings.
  32. II Penyrallt Home Farm Farmhouse.
    Situated on rising ground immediately W of large square farmyard, within small, enclosed lawned forecourt.
  33. II Pont Henllan, including walled approaches..
    Situated over the river Teifi, and across the parish and county boundary, immediately N of the junction with the main Cardigan-Carmarthen Road.
  34. II Rhydwern Mill
    Situated down a short track, below the level of the Drefach-Cwmpencraig road.
  35. II Shadog Farmhouse
    At SE side of farmyard, within a low, stone walled enclosure. Located at end of private access road.
  36. II Stable Range at Dolhaidd Mansion
    Situated W of Dolhaidd Mansion, at the S side of a large courtyard
  37. II Tanralltddu
    At the end of a long farm drive, at the NE side of a small farmyard.
  38. II Ty Pen Pownd at Museum of Welsh Woollen Industry
    Located between main building and offices at the museum site, partially built into slope.
  39. II Velindre House
    Set back from road, within low walled enclosure, on junction opposite St. Barnabus Church
  40. II Water pump
    Located in the corner of small, walled enclosure next to public conveniences.
  41. II Weaving Shed at Museum of Welsh Woollen Industry
    On SW side of site, parallel to main building.
  42. II Y Felin
    Situated on the SE side of the Cwmhiraeth road at the bottom of a deep hollow, just S of the bridge.

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