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Listed Buildings in Martletwy, Pembrokeshire

  1. II* Blackpool Bridge
    Crossing the Eastern Cleddau adjacent to Blackpool Mill, closest to the highest navigable point of the river.
  2. II* Blackpool Mill
    On the left bank of the Eastern Cleddau 1 km SW of Canaston Bridge.
  3. II Burnett's Hill Calvinistic Methodist Chapel Photos
    At S side of an unclassified road, 1.5 km SW of Martletwy Village. Stone wall to the road with a simple iron gate.
  4. II Castell Coch Photos
    Listed as an exceptionally fine industrial building in the functional tradition, imposingly situated. It survives virtually intact and includes a full working set of machinery.
  5. II* Church of St Caradoc Photos
    At the W of Lawrenny village, at the entrance to the grounds of the former Lawrenny Castle.
  6. II Church of St. Marcellus Photos
    To the SW of the village of Martletwy, in a large churchyard with hedge facing the road and stone gate-piers with short wing-walls.
  7. II Church of St. Womar
    In an isolated group with Minwear Farm and Minwear Lodge, 2½ km N of Martletwy village. Churchyard with stone wall, simple iron gate.
  8. II Coedcanlas Farmhouse and Attached Farmyard Range to S
    Situated approximately 3 km NW of Lawrenny and S of Landshipping, on the E bank of the Daugleddau close to Beggars Reach.
  9. II Cresswell Bridge Photos
    400 m N of Cresswell Quay, the bridge carries the lowest road crossing the tidal estuary of the Cresswell River. It is partly in Jeffreyston Community.
  10. II Lawrenny Quay
    On the N shore of the Cresswell River estuary 1 km S of Lawrenny village.
  11. II Newton North Church
    In an isolated position reached across fields about 1 km W of Newhouse Farm.
  12. II St Caradoc Churchyard Gateway
    At the N side of the churchyard of St Caradoc, within the grounds of the former Lawrenny Hall.

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