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Grade I Listed Buildings in Pembrokeshire

  1. I Amroth Castle
    At the N side of the unclassified coast road about ½ km E of the village of Amroth. A high wall screens the castle grounds from the road, with an entrance archway at the SW corner. A tree-lined drive
  2. I Caldey Priory, including church and monastery remains Photos
    Situated some 300m S of the Abbey, on the W side of the road to the lighthouse.
  3. I Carew Castle Photos
    At the W of Carew Castle, 600 m N of the A477
  4. I Cathedral of St Davids Photos
    Situated in the sheltered valley of the River Alun, below the city.
  5. I Church of Saint Daniel Photos
    In a prominent position on a hill some 1.1km S of Pembroke Castle.
  6. I Church of Saint Mary Photos
    Situated at the head of the High Street.
  7. I Church of Saint Mary in Liberty Photos
    In a prominent position on the SW side of the High Street just NW of Tudor Square.
  8. I Church of Saint Michael Photos
    Situated some 600m E of the A40 in the centre of Rudbaxton just NW of Great Rudbaxton.
  9. I Church of St David Photos
    Situated in churchyard behind C20 shops in Gelleswick Road.
  10. I Church of St Decumanus Photos
    Situated in centre of village, in large churchyard.
  11. I Church Of St. Mary Photos
    In Carew Cheriton, 300 m S of the A477.
  12. I Church of St. Michael Photos
    In a lane NW of Castlemartin village.
  13. I Cilgerran Castle Photos
    Situated on a bluff where the Afon Plysgog joins the River Teifi.
  14. I Cloister Hall
    Situated to N of cathedral in walled enclosure on E side of River Alun, approached by unmetalled track from Treasurer's House.
  15. I Enclosing Wall & Gateway on N.Side of rear yard of Cloister Hall
    Situated to N of cathedral in walled enclosure on E side of River Alun, approached by unmetalled track from Treasurer's House.
  16. I Ffynone
    Situated some 1.5km SE of Newchapel, overlooking Dulas valley.
  17. I Haverfordwest Castle Photos
    Situated on hill in centre of the town.
  18. I Lamphey Bishop's Palace
    Reached by minor road at N of Lamphey village.
  19. 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.
  20. I Lydstep Palace Photos
    At N of the A4139 in the centre of Lydstep Village, immediately opposite to Lydstep Tavern.
  21. I Manorbier Castle Photos
    Prominently sited at the S end of Manorbier village.
  22. I Monkton Old Hall Photos
    On the N side of Church Terrace in Monkton some 60m E of the Priory Church of Saint Nicholas.
  23. I Narbeth Castle Photos
    Situated on a scraped eminence overlooking the valley and river crossing on the southern approaches to the town.
  24. I Newport Castle Photos
    Situated prominently overlooking town. Approached from W via smaller lane named Feidr Felin on O.S. map. Penclawdd is address on electoral roll.
  25. I Old Mortuary Chapel Photos
    Within St Mary's Churchyard, about 30 m NW of the Church.
  26. I Outbuilding to N. of The Cloister Hall
    Situated to N of cathedral in walled enclosure on E side of River Alun, approached by unmetalled track from Treasurer's House.
  27. I Parish Church of Saint Mary Photos
    In a prominent position on the N side of Main Street just E of its junction with Northgate Street.
  28. I Paterchurch Tower
    Situated just within Dockyard wall, some 130m E of Fort Road entry to Royal Naval area.
  29. I Pele Tower Photos
    About 100 m N of St Mary's Church, close to Castle Farm.
  30. I Pembroke Castle Photos
    Situated prominently at the high W end of the ridge on which the old town of Pembroke is built.
  31. I Picton Castle
    2 km S of the A40(T) road, in extensive private grounds overlooking the Daugleddau confluence.
  32. I Porth-y-Twr, including Gateway & South Tower Photos
    Situated at entrance to The Cathedral Close from The Pebbles.
  33. I Priory Church of Saint Nicholas Photos
    In a prominent position in Monkton approximately 200m SW of Pembroke Castle.
  34. I Remains of Priory of Saint Mary and Saint Thomas the Martyr Photos
    Situated on the riverside at the end of Quay Street.
  35. I Roch Castle Photos
    Situated in centre of Roch village, on a rocky knoll visible from considerable distances.
  36. I Ruins of Abbey of St Mary Photos
    Situated S of the parish church.
  37. I Ruins of St Justinian's Chapel Photos
    Situated in the grounds of Saint Justinian's, some 60m E of house.
  38. I Sailors' Chapel Photos
    At N side of St Mary's Church, within the Churchyard.
  39. I St David's Cathedral Hall (formerly Chapel of St Mary's College) & attached Cloister Ruins
    Situated on N side of former cathedral cloister, N of cathedral nave.
  40. I St James' Church Photos
    200 M SW of Manorbier village, on a hill opposite to the Castle.
  41. I St. Elidyr's Church Photos
    In the hamlet of Cheriton, 1 km N of Stackpole village.
  42. I St. Govan's Chapel Photos
    Stackpole
  43. I Stable and Kitchen Court
    Situated some 1.5km SE of Newchapel, overlooking Dulas valley.
  44. I Tenby Town Walls Photos
    The walls run W along White Lion Street from corner of Upper Frog St, and then S along South Parade and St Florence Parade to the sea.
  45. I The Bishop's Palace Photos
    Situated W of the Cathedral on the opposite bank of the River Alun.
  46. I The Carew Cross Photos
    In Carew village, in a small roadside enclosure taken from Castle Green opposite the Carew Inn.
  47. I The Tower at Eastington Manor House Photos
    Situated some 0.75 km NW of Rhoscrowther Church and close to Texaco Oil Refinery.
  48. I The Tudor Merchant's House Photos
    Situated on the W side of Quay Hill facing down Bridge Street.
  49. I Undercrofts of former St Mary's College, beneath & to the rear of The Cloister Hall
    Situated to N of cathedral in walled enclosure on E side of River Alun, approached by unmetalled track from Treasurer's House.
  50. I Upton Castle Photos
    2 km NE of Cosheston village, reached by a side road N of the unclassified Cosheston to Milton Road which becomes a private road from Upton Lodge. The entrance front of the house faces N.
  51. I Upton Chapel Photos
    A small chapel in close proximity to Upton Castle. It is reached by a private path from the Castle.
  52. I West Tarr Mediaeval House
    At the rear of West Tarr farmhouse, 0.5 km SE of St Florence village.
  53. I Whitewell Ruins - structure A
    At the N side of the A4139 about 1 km E of Lydstep. The ruins are situated at the S of a caravan park behind Whitewell Farm.
  54. I Whitewell Ruins - Structure B
    At the N side of the A4139 about 1 km E of Lydstep. The ruins are situated at the S of a caravan park behind Whitewell Farm.
  55. I Whitewell Ruins - Structure C
    At the N side of the A4139 about 1 km E of Lydstep. The ruins are situated at the S of a caravan park behind Whitewell Farm.
  56. I Wiston Castle Photos
    In a prominent position near the centre of Wiston some 200m N of the Church of Saint Mary.

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