IIAbbey Hotel 150 m N of Penally Church. The house stands in extensive grounds. There is a terrace along the garden front with a crenellated wall. Behind the house is a stable building now converted to guest accom
II*Carswell Mediaeval House 50 m N of Carswell Farm House, in the farmyard. It is the western of the two ruined buildings.
II*Church of St Nicholas In the centre of the village of Penally. The churchyard is enclosed within a rubble masonry wall with simple iron gates.
IICross Inn Facing a minor street 100 m SW of Penally Church. At the front is a small terrace with a stone wall, reached from the road by a short flight of steps.
IIEast Set of Kilns At the S side of the main private road entering the Kiln Park caravan site, on the E side of the A4139. These kilns lie 250 m further E than the main set. They are related to the extensive Black Rock
IIGiltar Lodge 75 m S of Penally Church, on a corner site. There is a railed area either side of the entrance and along the W side.
IIJubilee Fountain At the point where the road from the Ridgeway meets the main street of Penally, 100 m S of the Church.
IIMichaelmas Cottage 40 m W of Penally Church, built into a steep bank at the W edge of the churchyard.
IWhitewell 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.
IWhitewell 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.
IWhitewell 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.
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