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Listed Buildings in Manorbier, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Bier House
    On the SE side of the main street of Manorbier, and about 75 m NE of the turning to Warlow’s Close.
  2. II Blue Dolphins
    On the outskirts of Manorbier village, on a corner site at the E side of the road leading to Bier Cross and at N of a lane leading to Tarr Farm. The first 2 attached cottages.
  3. II Cattle Pound
    On the SE side of the main street of Manorbier, and about 75 m NE of the turning to Warlow’s Close.
  4. II Church Hill Cottage Photos
    At S side of Manorbier Churchyard, uphill from the S porch.
  5. II Corn Mill and Millpond
    50 m E of Norchard farmhouse.
  6. II* Dovecote
    Manorbier
  7. II Former Railway Station
    Situated W of byroad from the A4139 to the Ridgeway.
  8. II Former Railway Stationmaster's House
    Situated W of byroad from the A4139 to the Ridgeway.
  9. II Green Grove
    Located at the W extremity of Jameston village, on the S side of the road.
  10. II Hill Farmhouse
    Manorbier
  11. II Lydstep House
    On coast at S end of Lydstep Haven.
  12. I Lydstep Palace Photos
    At N of the A4139 in the centre of Lydstep Village, immediately opposite to Lydstep Tavern.
  13. I Manorbier Castle Photos
    Prominently sited at the S end of Manorbier village.
  14. II Manorbier Mill
    100 m W of Manorbier Castle, in a side lane off the road leading to the beach.
  15. II Manorbier Village Hall
    Prominently placed on an island site in the centre of the village, close to the entrance to the castle.
  16. II* Norchard
    800 m S of the Ridgeway and 1 km E of Manobier Station
  17. II Norchard Farm Buildings
    Around farmyard to N and W of Norchard farmhouse.
  18. II Old Farmhouse attached to rear of The Grange
    Manorbier
  19. II Old Vicarage
    At the SW end of a small plantation about 100 m SW of Manorbier Church.
  20. II Rock Farmhouse
    Manorbier
  21. II Ruins adjacent to Church Hill Cottage, Ruin A Photos
    At S side of Manorbier Churchyard in the grounds of Church Hill Cottage.
  22. II Ruins adjacent to Church Hill Cottage, Ruin B
    At S side of Manorbier Churchyard in the grounds of Church Hill Cottage.
  23. II Ruins adjacent to Church Hill Cottage, Ruin C
    At S side of Manorbier Churchyard in the grounds of Church Hill Cottage.
  24. II Ruins adjacent to Church Hill Cottage, Ruin D
    At S side of Manorbier Churchyard in the grounds of Church Hill Cottage.
  25. II Shute Cottage
    At left of the road o the approach to Manorbier Church from the village, beside a stream.
  26. I St James' Church Photos
    200 M SW of Manorbier village, on a hill opposite to the Castle.
  27. II* Sunny Hill Farmhouse
    300 m S of the Ridgeway, 500 m W of turning to St Florence.
  28. II Swan Lake Inn Photos
    Conspicuously located on an island in the centre of Jameston Village.
  29. II The Grange
    Manorbier
  30. II Tudor Lodge
    Located 400 m E of the centre of Jameston village, standing back at the N side of the A4139.
  31. II Warlow's Cottage
    Manorbier
  32. II Wesley House
    At S of street in Jameston village, opposite to the garden of the Swan Lake public house.
  33. II West Lodge
    To S of A4139, at entrance to drive to Lydstep House. The lodge is about 600m NW of the house.
  34. II West Moor Farmhouse
    S of the A4139 via a side-lane. Close to Swan Lake bay.

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