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Listed Buildings in Llawhaden, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Barn at Llawhaden House
    In the farmyard of Llawhaden House, about 20 m SW of the dovecote.
  2. II Bethesda Congregational Chapel
    100 m W of the Bethesda crossroads in the village of Bethesda, on the B4313, standing in a large graveyard; stone gatepiers, simple iron gates.
  3. II* Church of St. Aidan
    In a square churchyard on the right bank of the Eastern Cleddau, 300 m N of Llawhaden Bridge.
  4. II Cowhouse Range at Llawhaden House
    In the farmyard of Llawhaden House, about 50 m W of the dovecote, forming the N and E sides of a yard of which the milking shed forms the S.
  5. II Dovecote at Llawhaden House
    In the farmyard to the W of Llawhaden House
  6. II Gatepiers and gates at Llawhaden House
    At the main entrance to Llawhaden House from the village street.
  7. II Gelli Bridge
    Across the Avon Syfynwy, a tributary of the Eastern Cleddau, which is the Community boundary between Llawhaden and New Moat.
  8. II Granary and Waggon House at Llawhaden House
    At the N side of the stable yard which lies to the N of Llawhaden House.
  9. II* Llawhaden Bridge and River Bank Wall
    On Eastern Cleddau ½ km E of Llawhaden Village
  10. I Llawhaden Castle
    To the W of Llawhaden Village, standing within a wide dry moat, at the head of a steep slope above the Eastern Cleddau.
  11. II Llawhaden House
    At N side of the main street of Llawhaden Village. The house has a stable yard adjacent to its N and a farmyard adjacent to its W.
  12. II Llawhaden Village Pound
    At the left side of the causeway entering Llawhaden Castle.
  13. II Milking Shed at Llawhaden House
    In the farmyard of Llawhaden House, about 50 m SW of the dovecote, forming the S side of a yard of which the cowhouse forms the N and E.
  14. II Pen Llwyn House
    300 m W of Bethesda crossroads
  15. II Pont Shân
    Carrying the B4313 Llawhaden to Narberth road over a small stream (River Develidge) which constitutes the boundary between the Communities of Llawhaden and Narberth.
  16. II Remains of Llawhaden Hospital
    At the W of Llawhaden Village, at S of the street behind the Community Hall
  17. II Ridgeway
    1 km N of Canaston Bridge, to the W of the minor road to Llawhaden
  18. II Robeston House
    In private grounds entered from the A40(T) opposite to the B4314 turning.
  19. II Robeston Wathen Church
    Prominently situated on a hilltop site at the centre of the village of Robeston Wathen, in a raised graveyard with rubble stone walling.
  20. II Rock Well
    Beside a footpath leading down from Robeston Wathen village (N of the church) into a quarried area called Limekiln Wood, on the left side.
  21. II Stables and Loft at Llawhaden House
    At the E side of the stable yard which lies N of Llawhaden House, beside the side entrance from the village street.
  22. II* Vaynor
    Reached by a private drive on the E side of the B4313 Pont Shân to Bethesda road
  23. II Wall with Tower and adjacent Pavement at Llawhaden House
    At the S side of the main street of Llawhaden Village, opposite to Llawhaden House.

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