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Listed Buildings in Marloes and St. Brides, Pembrokeshire

  1. II Benjamin Ferrior Tomb, Church of Saint Bridget
    Situated in the churchyard of the Church of Saint Bridget, S of the church and immediately W of the porch.
  2. II Church of Saint Bridget Photos
    Situated some 100m SE of the coast at St Brides Haven, approximately 750m E of St Brides Castle.
  3. II* Church of Saint Peter Photos
    Situated at the SE end of the village of Marloes, above and to the S of the main street.
  4. II Cranford
    Former rectory of the Church of Saint Bridget and situated approximately 30m SE of the church at St Brides Haven.
  5. II Deer Park Wall
    Running S from Martin's Haven to the sea at Renny Slip, enclosing the former Deer Park to the W.
  6. II E range of stable yard at St Brides Castle
    Situated behind tall entrance range of stable yard on left side, rear wall backing onto gardens of St Brides Castle.
  7. II East wall of Kitchen Garden, St Brides Castle
    Situated to S of stable yard, the kitchen-garden E wall prominently framing the W end of the lawn at St Brides Castle.
  8. II Entrance range to stable yard at St Brides Castle
    Situated on S side of service yard at St Brides Castle opposite entrance arch.
  9. II* Gateway and walls to "The Abbey"
    Situated at St Brides Green, some 200m SW of St Brides Cross and some 200m SE of the coast at St Brides Haven.
  10. II Hut Group at Former Dale Airfield
    Best approached on lane by Philbeach Farm The block is close to the E end of the main group of surviving domestic buildings on the site.
  11. II Lime Kiln at St Brides Haven
    Situated approximately 20m from the sea at St Brides Haven, some 90m NW of the Church of Saint Bridget.
  12. II Lime Kiln on Skomer Island
    Situated at the E end of the island some 100m from the sea at North Haven.
  13. II Limekiln at South Haven
    Situated on hillside just above South Haven.
  14. II Marloes Village Hall
    Situated near the centre of the village of Marloes, S of the main street and some 200m NW of the Church of Saint Peter.
  15. II Memorial Clock Tower Photos
    Situated in the centre of the village of Marloes, to the N of the main street and some 250m NW of the Church of Saint Peter.
  16. II Musselwick
    Situated at the end of a long track some 1km N of the centre of Marloes and some 650m NE of the coast at Musselwick Sands.
  17. II Philbeach, S end section with round chimney
    Situated just S of the road from Marloes to Dale, approximately 1km SE of the Church of Saint Peter in Marloes.
  18. II Pump House, reservoir and boundary wall
    Adjacent to the public toilets at St Brides Haven, near to the entrance drive to Cranford.
  19. II Skokholm Lighthouse with enclosure walls and stores building
    At the SW end of Skokholm Island.
  20. II* St Brides Castle
    Situated in wooded parkland, overlooking and some 700m SW of St Brides Haven.
  21. II The Cottage
    Situated on Skokholm Island, on the plateau W of the landing stage.
  22. II The Green
    Situated at St Brides Green, some 150m SW of St Brides Cross and forming the NE corner of the walls to "The Abbey".
  23. II The Smalls Lighthouse
    Situated on the Smalls reef, some 27km off the Pembrokeshire coast.
  24. II West Hook
    Situated N of the minor road from Marloes to Martin's Haven and some 400m E of Martin's Haven.
  25. II Windmill Park
    Situated just S of the minor road running E from St Brides Cross and some 900m E of St Brides Haven.
  26. II Winterton
    Situated some 300m N of the Marloes to Mullock road, approximately 750m NE of the centre of Marloes.

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