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Grade II* Listed Buildings in Pembrokeshire

  1. II* ,10,Goat Street,,Haverfordwest,,SA61 1PX
    Situated in terraced row, attached to similar No 8.
  2. II* Albro Castle
    Situated down track running west off Poppit Road, just on St Dogmael's north boundary.
  3. II* Barracks Platform
    Situated on the crest of Treowen or Barrack Hill, some 300m S of, and overlooking the Royal Dockyard.
  4. II* Benton Castle Photos
    Built on a spectacular position high above the W side of the Daugleddau some 2.3km NE of the church at Burton.
  5. II* Berry Hill House
    Situated on E side of road running N from Penybont Bridge, some 1 km N of bridge.
  6. II* Bethesda Baptist Church including vestry block attached to left Photos
    Situated near the centre of Haverfordwest, on the E side of Barn Street near its junction with City Road and Perrots Road.
  7. II* Blackpool Bridge
    Crossing the Eastern Cleddau adjacent to Blackpool Mill, closest to the highest navigable point of the river.
  8. II* Blackpool Bridge
    Across the Eastern Cleddau adjacent to Blackpool Mill, at the highest navigable point of the river. The bridge is half in Martletwy Community and half in Slebech Community.
  9. II* Blackpool Mill
    On the left bank of the Eastern Cleddau 1 km SW of Canaston Bridge.
  10. II* Brewery
    Stackpole
  11. II* Brynhenllan Chapel Photos
    Situate in Brynhenllan village, at the top of the slope to Pwllgwaelod.
  12. II* Caldey Abbey Photos
    On hillside above the village, about 500m SE of the harbour.
  13. II* Camrose House
    Situated on the S side of the village, the drive to Camrose House and Home Farm off a minor road just S of the bridge over Camrose Brook.
  14. II* Capel Caerfarchell & Outbuilding to NE corner of Forecourt
    Situated in centre of village, on western side of lane, set back in walled forecourt.
  15. II* Carew Bridge Photos
    About 500 m E of Carew Castle carrying the Carew to Cresselly road across the estuary of the Carew River.
  16. II* Carswell Mediaeval House
    50 m N of Carswell Farm House, in the farmyard. It is the western of the two ruined buildings.
  17. II* Church of Saint Andrew Photos
    On the S side of the minor road through Robeston West.
  18. II* Church of Saint David Photos
    Situated some 50m W of Caldey Abbey chapel.
  19. II* Church of Saint Dogfael
    Situated S of the Afon Anghof some 150m E of Sealyham Bridge and some 400m N of St Dogwells Farm.
  20. II* Church of Saint Martin of Tours Photos
    Situated in churchyard raised above Church Street and Chapel Lane.
  21. II* Church of Saint Mary
    In a prominent position in the centre of the village.
  22. II* Church of Saint Mary Photos
    Prominently sited on rising ground at the head of Saint Mary's Street.
  23. II* Church of Saint Mary
    In a prominent position on the S side of the road through Wiston and some 200m S of Wiston Castle.
  24. II* Church of Saint Mary Photos
    On the N side of Burton at the end of Church Road.
  25. 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.
  26. II* Church of St Andrew Photos
    Situated in isolated site some 2km E of Nevern, approached by lane running N and then W off Nevern-Glanrhyd road.
  27. II* Church of St Brynarch Photos
    Situated some 350m N of bridge over Afon Nyfer.
  28. II* Church of St Caradoc Photos
    At the W of Lawrenny village, at the entrance to the grounds of the former Lawrenny Castle.
  29. II* Church of St David Photos
    Situated at Brawdy Farm, some 500m S of Rhydygele crossroads, which is some 1.5km NE of Penycwm.
  30. II* Church of St Florence Photos
    Centrally placed in a compact village.
  31. II* Church of St Gwyndaf
    Situated in walled churchyard in centre of Llanwnda.
  32. II* Church of St Hywel
    Situated on S side of lane some 1.8km S of junction with A487 and some 1.5km SW of Croesgoch.
  33. II* Church of St Ishmael Photos
    Situated in churchyard in centre of Camrose village.
  34. II* Church of St Justinian Photos
    About 1km E of Scleddau, beyond farmhouse at end of track beginning on E side of A40, near old quarry, then across field to churchyard.
  35. II* Church of St Katharine Photos
    Situated as the terminal feature of Hamilton Terrace.
  36. II* Church of St Lawrence Photos
    150 m S of the B4318 in Gumfreston.
  37. II* Church of St Leonard Photos
    Jeffreyston
  38. II* Church of St Llawddog Photos
    Situated at west edge of the village, some 500m W of the Castle. Medieval tower, the rest rebuilt 1853-5 by Benjamin Ferrey of London, replacing a church of 1836-7 by Daniel Evans.
  39. II* Church of St Nicholas Photos
    In the centre of the village of Penally. The churchyard is enclosed within a rubble masonry wall with simple iron gates.
  40. II* Church of St Peter Photos
    In centre of village, in churchyard to E of main road.
  41. II* Church of St Peter & St Cewydd Photos
    Situated on E side of main road in village.
  42. II* Church of St Rhian
    Situated in Llanrhian village about 100m NE of crossroads.
  43. II* Church of St. Aidan
    In a square churchyard on the right bank of the Eastern Cleddau, 300 m N of Llawhaden Bridge.
  44. II* Church of St. Elidyr Photos
    4 km S of village of Lampeter Velfrey, about 400 m N of Ludchurch village, in a square churchyard partly walled.
  45. II* Church of St. Jeffrey and St. Oswald Photos
    In the centre of the village of Jeffreyston. The churchyard is circular with late C19 extensions N and E. There is a preaching cross (separately listed) to the S side and a small free-standing mortuar
  46. II* Church of St. Mary
    In village of Begelly, 0.5 km N of the A477(T). The church is in a large churchyard with low stone wall, stile and lychgate to N.
  47. II* Churchyard of Church of St Brynarch, including Wall & Gates Photos
    Parish churchyard around Church of St Brynach, steeply sloping to N of church and surrounded by rubble stone walls or embankments, and with principal gateway to S, smaller gates to NW and E.
  48. II* Cilrhue
    Situated down drive beginning some 400m down road to Boncath from junction with A 478.
  49. II* Clareston
    At the end of a drive running SW off the road through Freystrop just S of Puddleduck Bridge.
  50. II* Cottesmore including attached E conservatory and NW wing.
    Reached by a drive of some 650m W off the A40 at Tangiers.
  51. II* Court / Cwrt including screen wall and outside kitchen to service court
    Approximately 0.5 km NE of Llanychaer, situated on fine elevated site facing W towards Fishguard. Reached by a steep track from the bridge over Afon Gwaun.
  52. II* Cresselly House Photos
    Situated in its own grounds and approached along the N drive or through the stable courtyard to S. Faces E with terrace to W.
  53. II* Dockyard Gates
    Situated at N end of Melville Terrace and across the main south entry to former Royal Dockyard.
  54. II* Dovecote
    Manorbier
  55. II* Dovecote Photos
    In field immediately N of Castle Farm.
  56. II* Dovecote and attached Courtyard Ranges of outbuilding Farm Buildings E of West Orielton
    Situated immediately E of farmhouse; S range attached to gable end. C17 or C18 large circular dovecote in SE angle of C19 farm courtyard with main ranges running S and E; walled N side with late le
  57. II* Dovecote in field to NW of Priory Farmhouse
    Situated near the centre of a field some 350m NW of Priory Farmhouse.
  58. II* Dry-Moat Walls
    Situated on the crest of Treowen or Barrack Hill, some 300m S of, and overlooking the Royal Dockyard.
  59. II* Ebenezer Congregational Chapel (Capel Ebenezer) Photos
    Situated set back some 50m N of junction with East Street.
  60. II* Eight-Arch Bridge
    Stackpole
  61. II* Farm buildings W of Temple Druid
    To the rear of Temple Druid Cottages and just W of the house at Temple Druid.
  62. II* Flemish Cottage
    On the S side of the road opposite Pembroke Castle and some 65m E of Monkton Bridge.
  63. II* Flimston Farmhouse
    On RAC Castlemartin Range, W of road to Stack Rocks..
  64. II* Foley House Photos
    Situated in own grounds on sloping site half way down street, set back in terraced forecourt.
  65. II* Forecourt dwarf wall and railings to Tabernacle Church and to Tabernacle Church School
    Situated across the E fronts of the chapel and school, overlooking junction with Perrots Road.
  66. II* Forecourt, Railings, Piers and Gates
    Situated set back in centre of mixed terraced row midway up Meyrick Street.
  67. II* Former Banqueting Tower, about 300m SE of Orielton Field Centre
    Situated on S edge of walled part of estate, approached by farm track running E from West Orielton Lodge.
  68. II* Former Church of Saint Mary Photos
    Situated in sloping churchyard between Texaco Oil Refinery and Pembroke Power Station and S of inlet at Pwllcrochan Flats. To be converted to a private house (1993).
  69. II* Former Dockyard Chapel Photos
    Situated in SE corner of Dockyard at E end of formal avenue in front of Nosá1-5 The Terrace.
  70. II* Former Guard House
    Situated on W side of main avenue, just N of former Captain Superintendent's Office.
  71. II* Former Tenby Market Cross and well-chamber
    Situated at the N end of the water garden in the centre of Merlins Gardens.
  72. II* Fort Hubberston
    Situated on headland, approached by access drive running S from Primary School in Picton Road.
  73. II* Fort Hubberston
    Situated on headland, approached by access drive running S from Primary School in Picton Road.
  74. II* Fort Popton Photos
    On the headland at the NE corner of Angle Bay.
  75. II* Four Mediaeval House at Upper Lamphey Park Farm
    About 500m S of Deerpark Lane, at NW end of the farm complex.
  76. II* French Mill and Tidal Barrier Photos
    The Tidal Barrier lies across the estury of the Carew River about 300 m W of Carew Castle. The French Mill stands on it near to the left (S) bank, over the deeper water where the natural river channel
  77. 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.
  78. II* Glandovan
    Situated down drive running E from Glandovan Lodge on Cilgerran-Rhos Hill road.
  79. II* Hermon Baptist Church including forecourt walls and steps Photos
    Situated set back from the street line W of No 21, in raised paved forecourt.
  80. II* Hermon's Hill House
    Situated at top end of Hill Lane to S of No 27 Hill Lane.
  81. II* Hescwm Mill/Felin Hescwm
    Situated some 200m inland from Aber Bach or Hesgwm cove, approached by narrow lane from Bwlchmawr. The mill lies to the south of the group of buildings.
  82. II* Higgon's Well
    On the E side of the estuary of the Cleddau Wen some 700m S of Haverfordwest station.
  83. II* Hillborough House and area railings
    Some 30m S of the junction of Hill Street and Horn's Lane.
  84. II* Hodgeston Parish Church Photos
    In Village of Hodgeston, E of Lamphey
  85. II* Lamphey Court
    To the N of Lamphey Village.
  86. II* Lancych
    Set in its own extensive grounds on the S side of the Afon Cych some 200m W of Pont Glan Cych.
  87. II* Laston House Photos
    Situated on the N side of Castle Square facing S to St Julian's Street.
  88. II* Llawhaden Bridge and River Bank Wall
    On Eastern Cleddau ½ km E of Llawhaden Village
  89. II* Llwyngoras, including Garden Walls with Gate Piers
    Situated down long track running S from road, some 800 m SE of Nevern Church.
  90. II* Lofted outbuilding, wings and gin-house at Camrose Home Farm
    Situated on the N side of the farm court at Camrose Home Farm.
  91. II* Long Stable Range to South
    Situated to west of Dockyard gates and abutting the W entrance lodge.
  92. II* Manoreifi Old Church Photos
    Situated just above Teifi flood meadows, some 1.1km ESE of Llechryd Bridge.
  93. II* Medieval structure in the churchyard Photos
    Situated some 20m W of the Church of Saint Mary in Liberty.
  94. II* New Bridge and four lamp standards Photos
    Situated between Picton Place and Victoria Place, across the Western Cleddau river.
  95. II* No 1 Lexden Terrace, including area railings Photos
    Lexden Terrace lies at a tangent to the E side of St Julian's Street, the rear overlooking Castle Sands, all set back behind a forecourt wall.
  96. II* No 1, the Terrace (Formerly Listed Together with the Commodore Club),,,,,dyfed,
    Situated to east of Dockyard gates and abutting the E entrance lodge.
  97. II* No 2 Lexden Terrace
    Lexden Terrace lies at a tangent to the E side of St Julian's Street, the rear overlooking Castle Sands, all set back behind a forecourt wall.
  98. II* No 2, the Terrace, the Dockyard,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated to E of dockyard entry, E of No 1 to which it is linked by garden wall.
  99. II* No 3 Lexden Terrace
    Lexden Terrace lies at a tangent to the E side of St Julian's Street, the rear overlooking Castle Sands, all set back behind a forecourt wall.
  100. II* No 3 Rock Terrace including railings Photos
    Set back from the street line on the S side of St Julian's Street opposite Slate House with rear facade overlooking Iron Bar Sands.
  101. II* No 3, the Terrace, the Dockyard,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated to E of dockyard entry, E of No 1 to which it is linked by garden wall.
  102. II* No 4 Lexden Terrace
    Lexden Terrace lies at a tangent to the E side of St Julian's Street, the rear overlooking Castle Sands, all set back behind a forecourt wall.
  103. II* No 4 Rock Terrace Photos
    Set back from the street line on the S side of St Julian's Street with rear facade overlooking Iron Bar Sands.
  104. II* No 5 Lexden Terrace
    Lexden Terrace lies at a tangent to the E side of St Julian's Street, the rear overlooking Castle Sands, all set back behind a forecourt wall.
  105. II* No 6 Lexden Terrace (Lexden House)
    Lexden Terrace lies at a tangent to the E side of St Julian's Street, No 6, the farthest, is set back in a separate forecourt.
  106. II* No.12 High Street,,,,,dyfed,,12116
    Situated attached to No 1 Dark Street, at junction of High Street and Dark Street.
  107. II* No.15 High Street (Premises Occupied by W.h. Smith & Son),,,,,dyfed,
    On the S side of the High Street opposite its junction with Dark Street.
  108. II* No.22 High Street,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated two doors down from set-back for C20 National Westminster Bank.
  109. II* No.29 Hill Street,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated in terraced row against right end of C20 College Court development.
  110. II* Nolton Rectory
    Situated opposite Nolton church in Nolton village.
  111. II* Norchard
    800 m S of the Ridgeway and 1 km E of Manobier Station
  112. II* North East Dockyard Tower Photos
    Situated some 50m off foreshore, close to NE corner of dockyard.
  113. II* North Wing & Low Farm Range to W.of Tregwynt
    Situated some 0.8 km NW of Granston, down short drive.
  114. II* Norton House, including garden wall to street
    Situated on the W side of The Norton some 110m N of the junction with St John's Hill.
  115. II* Nos 89/91 Main Street
    On the S side of Main Street some 35m E of its W junction with East Back.
  116. II* Nos. 36 and 38 High Street
    On the N side of the High Street some 60m W of its junction with Quay Street.
  117. II* Nos.40 & 42 High Street,,,,,dyfed, Photos
    On the N side of the High Street some 50m W of its junction with Quay Street.
  118. II* Nos.8 & 10 Goat Street and Garages,,,,,dyfed,
    Situated in terraced row, attached to similar No 10 to right, and with a gap to left before No 6.
  119. II* Orielton Field Centre Photos
    Situated in wooded parkland and approached by a long drive from North Lodge, Clay Lane.
  120. II* Outbuilding range at Kingston Farm to SE of old farmhouse
    Situated SE of the house at Kingston Farm some 2km SE of the centre of Pembroke.
  121. II* Palace Cinema and No. 2 Hill Street
    Situated on corner of Upper Market Street with facades to both streets.
  122. II* Panteg farmhouse
    On an elevated site to SE of village, overlooking Lampeter Vale. Reached by a long curving track along wooded hillside.
  123. II* Parish Church of Saint Nicholas
    Prominently situated on S side of village on W side of road; raised rounded graveyard.
  124. II* Park House
    Stackpole
  125. II* Penfro
    On the S side of Main Street near its E junction with East Back and opposite the entrance to the Church of Saint Michael.
  126. II* Piers and Lodges (formerly listed with Dockyard Wall)
    Situated at N end of Melville Terrace and across the main south entry to former Royal Dockyard.
  127. II* Pillpriory Ruins
    Situated in valley setting beyond end of Hubberston Pill, W of Cromwell Road.
  128. II* Plantagenet House Photos
    Situated on the W side of Quay Hill between Tudor Square and Bridge Street.
  129. II* Plas Glyn-y-Mel, including quadrant wall & gatepier to W service court
    Situated in its own grounds at the end of Glyn-y-Mel Road.
  130. II* Pont Cerwyn Dewi/Merryvale Bridge & attached Tower Photos
    Situated on W side of The Cathedral Close at foot of Pit Street where the road to Porthstinian crosses River Alun.
  131. II* Poyston including attached service ranges to NW. Photos
    Situated some 1.3 km E of the A40 and just N of the airfield at Withybush.
  132. II* Pricaston Farmhouse
    On RAC Castlemartin Range, entered by Linney Gate.
  133. II* Priory Farmhouse
    Situated in Monkton approximately 50m W of the Priory Church of Saint Nicholas.
  134. II* Railings, gates, steps and retaining wall to the Shire Hall
    On the S side of the High Street some 25m W of its junction with Quay Street.
  135. II* Rhosson Uchaf/Rhosson Farmhouse Photos
    Situated on southern side of road to Porthstinian about 550m E of Saint Justinian's Chapel.
  136. II* Rickeston Hall
    Situated immediately W of Brawdy Airfield, some 2km N of A487.
  137. II* Rosemarket dovecote
    In the centre of a field known as Pigeon Hay some 100m NE of the crossroads near the Church of Saint Ismael.
  138. II* Saint Catherine's Fort Photos
    Situated in a prominent position on Saint Catherine's Island to the E of the town and SE of Castle Hill.
  139. II* Sandy Haven House
    Situated just S of Sandy Haven Farm some 450m NW of Sandy Haven.
  140. II* Scolton Manor Photos
    Situated in own grounds on W side of B4329 some 1.5 km SE of Spittal village.
  141. II* Slebech Park Photos
    In extensive grounds 2 km E of Picton Castle, overlooking the Eastern Cleddau.
  142. II* St Brides Castle
    Situated in wooded parkland, overlooking and some 700m SW of St Brides Haven.
  143. II* St Elidyr's Church Photos
    1 km N of Amroth Village, in an isolated group with Amroth Farm and the old village school. The group is called 'Castle Back'. The church is in a roundish graveyard surrounded by walls and hedges.
  144. II* St Issell's Church Photos
    1Km N of the village of Saundersfoot. The church stands in a large undulating graveyard through which a stream passes.
  145. II* St Non's Well Photos
    Situated by pathway to ruins of Saint Non's Chapel, about 40m E of chapel.
  146. II* St. Mary's Church Photos
    2 km E of Castlemartin.
  147. II* St. Michael and All Angel's Church Photos
    Stackpole
  148. II* St. Twynnell's Church Photos
    800 m N of B4319 by a side road opposite Loveston Farm
  149. II* Stack Rock Fort
    On Stack Rock island in Milford Haven some 2.7km S of Herbranston village.
  150. II* Sunny Hill Farmhouse
    300 m S of the Ridgeway, 500 m W of turning to St Florence.
  151. II* Tabernacle Church School
    Situated adjoining Tabernacle Church to N, overlooking junction of City Road and Perrots Road.
  152. II* Tabernacle Congregational Church Photos
    Situated on SW corner of City Road, facing across main road to St Martin's Church.
  153. II* Tenby Castle remains Photos
    Remains are situated at various locations on Castle Hill, on the NE side of the town.
  154. II* Terrace, Walls and Balustrades S of Ffynone
    Situated immediately below S front of the house.
  155. II* The Almshouse
    At S of the village street, opposite the school.
  156. II* The City Cross Photos
    Situated in the centre of triangular central square of St David's, with cathedral visible downhill to W.
  157. II* The Close Wall (formerly listed with Porth Y Twr)
    Surrounding The Cathedral Close with sections on NW and NE sides missing.
  158. II* The Crypt
    Situated on the corner of Market Street and High St, opposite St Mary's Church.
  159. II* The Defensible Barracks Photos
    Situated on the crest of Treowen or Barrack Hill, some 300m S of, and overlooking the Royal Dockyard.
  160. II* The defensible barracks at South Hook Fort
    In a prominent position some 200m N of the cliffs at South Hook Point.
  161. II* The Former Assembly Rooms
    Situated in a prominent position between the harbour and the sea at the N end of Pier Hill.
  162. II* The Fortified Rectory
    100 m SW of St Mary's churchyard.
  163. II* The Graving Dock including Bollards and Cpstans
    Situated between Western Camber and slip No 2, towards NW end of dockyard.
  164. II* The Observatory
    Situated on short lane running W off Picton Road to Rugby Football Club some 200m N of County Infants School.
  165. II* The Old Bridge
    Situated across river between N end of Bridge Street and Old Bridge.
  166. II* The Old Storehouse
    Situated to W of Sunderland House, behind ferry terminal.
  167. II* The Old Vicarage (remains) Photos
    Within St Michael's churchyard, about 40 m E of the church.
  168. II* The Pigeon House and railings at Cilwendeg Farm
    Situated at rear NE end of farm complex, below barn.
  169. II* The Port Hotel (formerly listed as the Commodore Club)
    Situated to west of Dockyard gates and abutting the W entrance lodge.
  170. II* The Priory Inn (including 3 properties formerly known Priory Farmhouse, The Steps above Priory Farmh
    Situated to south of Pill Priory ruins.
  171. II* The Prize House Photos
    Facing the sea next to the Royal Lion Hotel just S of the junction of the High Street and White Lion Street.
  172. II* The Shell House Cilwendeg Farm
    Situated in undergrowth backing onto track running SW from Cilwendeg Farm some 70m SW of Counting House.
  173. II* The Shire Hall Photos
    On the S side of the High Street some 25m W of its junction with Quay Street.
  174. II* The South West Dockyard Tower Photos
    Situated just off foreshore at W end of road running along S wall of Dockyard.
  175. II* The Stable & Coach House at Cilwendeg Farm
    Situated to NE of farmhouse and N of mansion.
  176. II* The Steps (including property formerly known as Brook Villa)
    Situated attached to ruined S transept wall of former Pill Priory.
  177. II* Thorne Island Fort Photos
    Off N headland of West Angle Bay.
  178. II* Tregwynt
    Situated some 0.8 km NW of Granston, down short drive.
  179. II* Treleddyn Uchaf/Upper Treleddyn, including Garden Walls with Crosshead
    Situated at end of 0.5 km drive, shared with Treleddyn Isaf, north from Porthstinian road, some 200m E of Rhosson. The eastern farm of the two at Treleddyn.
  180. II* Trewern
    Situated in hollow to N of Pentre Evan Wood, down drive running S off Crosswell to Newport Road.
  181. II* Vaynor
    Reached by a private drive on the E side of the B4313 Pont Shân to Bethesda road
  182. II* Walls on line of medieval town walls, including two medieval towers, gazebo, and lime-kiln.
    On the S side of the town extending some 225m E from no. 5 Common Road to Rock Terrace.
  183. II* West Blockhouse Fort
    Situated on West Blockhouse Point, and reached by drive of some 1.5 km from Merryborough Farm, S of Dale.
  184. II* West Set of Kilns Photos
    At the S side of the main private road entering the Kiln Park caravan site, on the E side of the A4139. They are related to the extensive Black Rock quarries at their rear.
  185. II* Williamston House including area railings Photos
    On the S side of Goat Street some 45m E of its junction with Market Street.
  186. II* Y Felin
    Situated some 100m ENE of the abbey ruins.
  187. II* Zion Free Church Photos
    Pembroke Dock

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